We’re delighted to have teamed up with National Trails (they seek out the very best walks in the UK) and mapped out some of the best welly wearing walks in England.
Whether you live in the North or South, inland or on the coast, you can discover walking routes near you on our walking map. We have included our top 10 walks, stretching from South Downs Way on the South Coast to the Pennine Way in the North. Whilst they all vary in distance, terrain and difficulty, these routes have been chosen as they are easily completed in your comfortable wellies, whatever the season.
For rambling families, dog walkers and people who just love pulling on wellies and getting out and about – you’re in the right place.
Simply click on a location below to discover more about Britain’s best walks.
This short walk explores rocks, fossils, mines and the beautiful scenery of the Pennines. The walk starts in Bowlees car park and is located around Low Force and Holwick, including a beautiful section down the River Tees. Walk time is approximately 1.5 hours.
Length: 2.5 milesView Route >
This easy access, circular Sutton Bank walk in the North York Moors National Park has outstanding views across the Vale of Mowbray. The walk starts and finishes at Sutton Bank National Park Centre and include views of the White Horse.
Length: 5.3 milesView Route >
This Welton Wander walk starts in the village of Welton. It contains plenty of scenic woodland, views across the Humber Estuary and the chance to walk in the footsteps of the notorious Dick Turpin! Walk time is approximately 2.5 hours.
Length: 4.3 milesView Route >
This family friendly Norfolk coast path walk is great for exploring rock-pools, finding fossils and spotting migrating birds. The walk starts at Water Lane car park and runs between East and West Runton, including beautiful sea views along the way.
Length: 3.5 milesView Route >
This circular walk in Norfolk starts in West Harling and runs through pine woodland where you'll find archaeological features a plenty.
Length: 5 milesView Route >
This Lost Landscapes Heritage Trail starts at Cuxton station and explores ancient woodlands, a Stone Age axe factory, a tomb and some of the rarest wild flowers in Britain. Allow approximately an hour for every 2 miles.
Length: 3.7 milesView Route >
Length: 3 miles
The South Downs National Park is rich in landscape, culture and wildlife. This walk starts at the bus stop in Buriton and contains some stiles and steep hills. Walk time is approximately 1.5 - 2 hours.View Route >
This southern circular walk through the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Beauty has fantastic views across the hills and vales. It starts and finishes at Pulpit Hill near Monks Risborough. Walk time is approximately 2 hours.
Length: 3 milesView Route >
The Cam Long Down and Uley walk is a moderately difficult circular walk that encompasses the ancient history of Uley Bury. There are some stiles, steps and steep sections. The walk starts and finishes at The Old Crown pub in Uley. Walk time is approximately 2.5 – 3.5 hours.
Length: 4 (or 4.5) milesView Route >