25th June 2020

Outdoors / Jimmy Sandison

Some Good Walks

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GGood Things in life are free and that includes the ability to go for a walk in the Great Outdoors. Recommended by you, our readers and our community, here are Some Good Walks.

Penny Lee: Pen-y-Ghent (Yorkshire peak). Love the Yorkshire three peaks. Do this one the most often as can circle round in 2-3 hours. Sleep in the campervan at the bottom, early start around 06:00 and back for breakfast by 09:30 – perfect Sunday!


John Harrington: The Yorkshire Wolds Walk – The Thixendale to Kirby Underdale loop.


Tara Gladstone: The Mousehole to Lamorna Cove loop, Cornwall. It’s about 3 hours and end up back in Mousehole for fish and chips. The first half is all the way along the beautiful coast, and the second half is through lovely farmland.


Bev Scott-Mullen: On the South West Coastal path, from Bude to Port Isaac.


@coping_amongst_covid19: The Norfolk Coast Path has 84 miles of walking from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-Sea through fantastic scenery and landscape.


Chris Keeling: Caer Caradoc and the Lawley in Shropshire, Minton Batch up to the gliding club and finish at the Ragleth Inn for a pint.


Charlie Gladstone: ClachnabenGlen Dye of course! Home of the Brave.


Sarah Hellen: The Horseshoe Falls, Llangollen. Pack your swimmers when heading through Llangollen on the A5 on your way in or out of Snowdonia. The Horseshoe Falls is a perfect secluded pool for toe dipping or proper lengths. Time your visit for an early evening and perhaps avoid Bank Holidays (when the occasional inflatable flamingo appears). Otherwise, it’s just you and complete silence.


Liz Mallinson: My very favourite walk is only 5 miles long but is a lovely circular walk around the National Forest in South Derbyshire.


@lazybearhideaway: The one hour circular walk from West Kirby to Hilbre Island… of course when the tides are out!

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Jimmy Sandison

Jimmy Sandison is passionate about the climate, food sustainability, design, craft and equality, which makes her quite a good fit as the editor of Some Good Ideas.

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