Walking

Get your walking shoes on and come and enjoy some of our wonderful walks through the finest countryside.

Stroll amongst the carpet of bluebells © NTPL/National Trust

Stroll amongst the carpet of bluebells

Spring walks

Whether it's a gentle stroll through the woods, a mad dash after the dogs or a personal walking challenge, let's get out on a walk this season and discover some special places on foot. Wrap up warm, pull on your boots and and try one of our suggested walks.

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Please note: we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the trails added by members of the public.

  • Spring walks in the Midlands

    It’s the time of year when everything (and everyone) starts to come out of hibernation. Spring bulbs are blooming, wildlife is waking up and we feel the urge to get outdoors again with a few less layers.

  • Walks for little legs

    We believe that you're never too young to get out and enjoy a walk. However, little feet can tire easily, so we've picked out some of our best walks for families with toddlers and small kids. So you can wave bye-bye to shoulder rides and piggy backs.

  • Car free walks

    We have teamed up with the Car Free Walks website to bring you a range of walks through beautiful National Trust countryside which are easily accessible by public transport.

Guided walks

Join a member of our team and a group of like-minded walkers, and enjoy a wander around our estates - discovering wildlife and history as you go. A great way to combine learning, fresh air and socialising.

Two-day walks

If you fancy a real leg stretcher then why not try our series of longer, more challenging walks, designed for you to dip in and out of as you please. We've chosen five National Parks to explore - Exmoor, the Lake District, Snowdonia, the Peak District and the South Downs.

Dog walking

Lots of our open spaces and parkland are perfect for taking your dog for a run around. Here are just a few great places for dog walking.