The National Trust's website helps you to find some of the great British walks in and around the area you are staying. The website includes the National Trust trails, events that are on nearby and the nation's favourite walks. The website also informs you of the grade of the walk, the distance, time, terrain and facilities.
The National Trails are long distance routes for walking, cycling and horse riding through the finest landscapes in England and Wales. In Scotland the equivalent trails are called long distance routes. Altogether, in England and Wales, there are about 2,500 miles on National Trail.
The Inn Way is a series of award winning guide books by Mark Reid that "offer an enjoyable, rewarding and inspirational approach on discovering" the stunning countryside and landscapes of the North of England. They are a fantastic resource for walkers and focus on the Yorkshire Dales, the Lake District, North York Moors, Northumberland and Peak District.
The walks featured in The Inn Way are long distance walks that take about 6 or 7 days to complete. The routes are all circular so you'll end where you start. What's even better is that The Inn Way takes you not just through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country but also to some of the UK's finest country pubs and Inns.
On the website you can find out about all the routes and the accommodation near them. To find out more about The Inn Way, Mark's Walking Weekend Series or to join the forum please click here.
To access a wide range of walks across the UK visit iFootpath by clicking below.