Author Topic: Which long distance walk  (Read 1791 times)

Birdman

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Re: Which long distance walk
« Reply #15 on: 09:16:17, 19/02/20 »
Another nice walk is the The Affric Kintail Way (https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/lochness/affric-kintail-way.shtml). I only walked it from Morvich to Glen Affric and back (my car was parked in Morvich) but I really enjoyed it. You can camp and climb several munros along the way if you like.
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emdaw

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Re: Which long distance walk
« Reply #16 on: 16:27:37, 21/02/20 »
You could look at the Cumbria Way or the Dales High Way. Both go through lovely country but neither are too demanding.


Would highly recommend The Dales Highway, nice variety of scenery and terrain, we did it last year and really enjoyed it.

rambling minster

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Re: Which long distance walk
« Reply #17 on: 09:36:36, 24/02/20 »
St Cuthbert's Way is a good one and not too physically demanding


Having done the Cleveland Way, Wolds Way and Cumbria Way, I can confirm that these are good choices too


Esk Valley Walk, finishing at Whitby, is also nice, especially when the heather is out in late summer