Walks of Great Britain: Northern England

Roseberry Topping
Roseberry Topping, one of North Yorkshire's most popular hills

Interactive map of the walks

Walk Miles Description
Duddon Bridge and Furnace Wood 2.5 A woodland and open country walk in south-west lakeland.
Saltburn by the Sea 3.0 Along the Cleveland Coast, a walk on the clifftop above Saltburn by the Sea.
Alston, Bleagate and South Tyne Trail 3.6 Ramble by woods and streams through the South Tyne Valley.
Flatts Lane Country Park, Eston Moor and Eston Nab 4.4 The hollow hill, above Eston Moor's old iron mine, woodland and wildlife thrive.
Ravenglass and Muncaster Mill 4.5 To a steam railway, a castle known as Shakespeare's Fool and a working watermill.
Hart and High Throston 4.7 A figure of eight walk centered on a church of Saxon origins.
Little Salkeld, Lacy's Caves, Glassonby, Long Meg and her Daughters 5.2 The Vale of Eden, unspoilt countryside in north-east Cumbria.
Hesket Newmarket, Caldbeck and Whelpo 5.7 A riverside walk with a remarkable gorge below the northern fells of Cumbria.
Levens Bridge, River Kent and Sedgwick 6.5 From Levens Hall along the route of the old Lancaster and Kendal canal.
Cartmel, Holker Hall, Cark and Hampsfell 7.7 A south Cumbria walk around a promontory featuring historic buildings and Morecambe Bay.
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