|Calke Park and Calke Abbey
||A walk in the park, Calke Park to be exact, site of a manorial home and shown by National Trust in decline.
|Fulbeck and Caythorpe
||A short walk of five miles which visits two quaint Lincolnshire villages during a stroll of rural adventure.
|Great Glen, Grand Union Canal and Newton Harcourt
||Not to be confused with Scotland's Great Glen, this is a much more sedate offering of a pleasant five mile walk in the beauty of rural Leicestershire.
|Dunstall and Barton Under Needwood
||It is worth the effort climbing out of the Trent Valley to Dunstall and into the National Forest for the return to the small town of Barton under Needwood.
|Barlaston and Wedgwood Pottery
||A six mile walk south of Stoke in the heart of Potteries country with an optional visit to an iconic pottery factory.
|Deep Hayes Country Park and Caldon Canal
||A walk of six miles in Staffordshire with lots to explore, particularly if you're interested in the industrial heritage of this historic county.
|Oasby, Heydour, Kelby, Culverthorpe Park and Aisby
||A rural Lincolnshire villages walk negotiating the maze of fields and parkland between five small and pretty villages.
|Great Haywood & Cannock Chase
||A six mile walk which includes Shugborough Hall, some nice hills, lovely woodland and with a finale along the River Trent.
|Weston Upon Trent, Sandon & Trent and Mersey Canal
||A pleasant walk from Weston Upon Trent just north east of Stafford across countryside to Sandon with a canalside return.
|Kimberley, Awsworth & Babbington
||At just over six miles, a gem of a walk between Ilkeston and Nottingham, to rural haven from urban sprawl.
|Gunthorpe, River Trent, Hoveringham and Caythorpe
||A lovely and very easy six mile walk of river, lakes and streams in rural Nottinghamshire.
|Lowdham, Epperstone and Thurgarton
||A ten mile walk in Nottinghamshire with lovely villages, grand houses, fields and waterside to enjoy on the way.
|Ashby Folville, Thorpe Satchville and Twyford
||Gently rolling countryside once ridden by Royalty and the upper classes to eradicate the Fox. They failed but they left behind a pleasant area for walking.
|Froghall, Foxt and Ipstones
||A splendid countryside walk of just under seven miles with much interest throughout as we visit some lovely villages in rural Staffordshire.
|Ticknall, Calke Park and Foremark Reservoir
||A nice easy day walk of seven miles for anytime of the year from Ticknall, south of Derby.
|Church Minshull, the River Weaver and the Shropshire Canal
||Ken Brockway visits the rural heart of the county of Cheshire for this lovely seven mile walk amidst Tudor splendour.
|Hunting Walk from Nether Broughton to Old Dalby
||A circular walk of eight miles on the Nottinghamshire & Leicestershire boundary. Nether Broughton is near Melton Mowbray, famous for Pork Pies & Stilton cheese.
|Long Mynd from Church Stretton
||Possibly the finest heather moorland walk in Shropshire. It certainly beguiled me with beauty.
|King's Cliffe and Apethorpe
||A walk in Northamptonshire with a dismantle railway walk and a memorial to Glenn Miller.
|Repton, Capital of Mercia
||An eight mile south Derbyshire walk over ancient ground to a place of modern learning.
|Alrewas and Yoxall Two Rivers
||Two rivers, on the Staffordshire Way for the Millennium, two pretty villages and Trent & Mersey canal.
||The Stiperstones is a ridge with a unique rugged outline. There are also superb views on the walk.
|The Wrekin and the Ercall
||A spectacular Shropshire walk with fantastic woodland and views to rival those of many higher mountains.
|Thorpe Satchville, Burrough Hill and Somerby
||A lovely Leicestershire walk from Thorpe Satchville to the site of an iron age hill fort and then in rolling landscapes which are typical of this part of the rural midlands.
|Sutton Cheyney, Bosworth Field, Ashby Canal and Market Bosworth
||Walk on the site of the defining battle of the Wars of the Roses and then take a quiet stroll along a canal during this interesting Leicestershire walk.
|Bottesford to Grantham (along Grantham Canal)
||A nine miles linear rural walk between county boundaries from Leicestershire into Lincolnshire. The walk ends in the home town of Mrs Thatcher.
|Bradgate Country Park, Beacon Hill & Swithland Wood
||A walk near the northern outskirts of Leicester through a series of country parks with two hilltops providing excellent views.
|Rutland Water, Greetham & Exton
||A eleven and half mile country walk in evocative Rutlandshire from Rutland Water to the neighbouring villages of Greetham and Exton.
||At over 10 miles a good circular walk from Brierly Forest Park near Huthwaite to Hardwick Hall and Tibshelf.
|Kirklington, Maplebeck, Caunton and Winkburn
||A longer walk of over 12 miles in rural North Nottinghamshire to well kept villages with lovely countryside between them.
| The Roaches and Hen Cloud
||A superb walk taking in a host of classic Peak District landmarks including Hanging Stone, Lud's Church, the ouustanding Roaches ridge and Hen Cloud.
||A north Leicestershire villages exploration of thirteen and a half miles in which Allexton, Hallaton, Medbourne and Blaston are all on the route.
|Church Stretton to Shrewsbury
||A wonderful eighteen mile linear walk through the delights of the Shropshire countryside.
|A rural walk near to Belvoir Castle
||A circular tour of 21 miles around the Duke of Rutland's ancestral home, Belvoir Castle. The walk can start in any of the delightful villages along the way.
|The Longmynd Hike
||Adam Gallimore treks 50 Shropshire miles in the Long Mynd and Welsh Marches on this epic challenge walk.