Long Distance Footpaths

This is a list of the long distance footpaths we have covered in recent years

North Downs Way

North Downs Way

Steeped in history, this 153 miles from Farnham Surrey to Dover, offered spectacular views and peaceful landscapes along the North Downs in Surrey & Kent.

1066 walk

1066 Walk

From Pevensey Castle, via Battle to Rye - with an opportunity to retrace the footsteps of William the Conqueror.

The St. Swithun's Way

A 34 mile trail running from Winchester, capital of Saxon England to historic Farnham.

London Loop

The London Outer Orbital Path

A 150 mile loop around greater London, exploring green parks, fields & paths.

Thames Path

The Thames Path

From the source in the Cotswolds to the Thames Barrier in London, this path follows the river for 184 miles.

Essex Way

The Essex Way

Visiting little known parts of Essex, this 82 mile trail starts at Epping & concludes at Harwich Old Lighthouse.

The Serpent Trail

This path of 64 miles goes from Haselmere to Petersfield, designed to join up the many heathland areas on greensand in the Western Weald.

The Greensand Way

Starting at Haselmere, Surrey this trail of 108 miles, follows the Greensand ridge along the Surrey Hills & Chart Hills to Hamstreet in Kent.

The High Weald Landscape Trail

Crossing the counties of East Sussex, West Sussex & Kent, this 90 mile trail follows beautiful scenery from Horsham to Rye.

The Capital Ring

A surprisingly green route which circles London for 78 miles.

The Saxon Shore Way

A coastal path trail of 163 miles from Gravesend to Hastings.

The Sussex Border path

Following the border for 155 miles from Thorney Island to Rye.

Roach Valley Way

A 23 mile circular including the ancient woodlands at Hockley and the Roach & Crouch estuaries.

Other paths

The following walks are not official trails, but were created by members of the group -

The Eleanor Crosses

Following the locations of the crosses erected along the route of the funeral cortege of Queen Eleanor, Queen Consort of King Edward I - from Northamptonshire, through to St. Albans, Waltham Abbey to Charing Cross.

London to Canterbury

The Meridian route through London.

The Meridian route from Greenwich to the South coast.