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A group of hikers exploring a hilly landscape on a sunny winter's day.
The Muslim Hikers walking group exploring at Ilam Park in Derbyshire | © National Trust Images/Paul Harris

Walking

Find the best places to walk in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. From coastal paths to tracks through ancient woodland and accessible trails, there’s something to suit everyone.

Top places to walk

Visitors take a walk around Tarn Hows, one of them is in a tramper, during early spring. To the left of the image, you can see down the hillside and to the lake below which is surrounded by trees.
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Top accessible walks 

Find out more about the places in our care with accessible trails to explore with pushchairs, wheelchairs and mobility aids. Get out in nature without having to go off the beaten track.

A family walking along a path in a wood with lush green planting
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Family-friendly walks 

Go on a family-friendly walk with these trails suitable for buggies and children. Go wild in natural play areas and compete in woodland den building.

A group of people laughing together and resting on their hike Mam Tor, Peak District, Derbyshire
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Walk Together Pathway 

We're working in partnership on a new project that aims to widen participation in the outdoors, supporting people from global majority ethnic communities to become qualified walk leaders.

A group of people in a hiking group are being guided on a hike by rangers at Marsden Moor, West Yorkshire
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Cotswold Outdoor: our exclusive walking partner 

Find out more about the National Trust’s ongoing partnership with Cotswold Outdoor as our exclusive walking partner.

Find a walk near you

    Small girl running between conical topiary hedges in the Cherry Garden at Ham House

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