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- British Footpaths: Devoted to a series of books on British footpaths, which have been written by Richard Hayward.
- Camping and Tramping ... in England and Wales: Campsites, walks, pubs and good food in the mountains of England and Wales
- Chasetrek Home: 2 day annual team competition for younger people. Also contains a map and compass tutorial
- Combe Walks: Self guided circular walks in North Devon, Exmoor and Tarka Country.
- Countrywalker: Walking guides, hiking, photographs and information on walking the Lake District and the Peak District.
- Crag Happy: One stop `resource` for those interested in walking, rambling or hiking in the UK.
- DEFRA - Public Access: Government sites offers the Conservation Walks register with details and maps for 1,000 walks in the UK. Includes information about educational access, the Countryside Stewardship Scheme and Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESAs).
- Dangerous Walkers: The official magazine of the British Ministry of Defence Dangerous Walkers Association featuring several walkers and their expeditions.
- Discovery Travel: Provides walking and cycling holidays in a wide range of specially selected destinations for the independent traveller. Details of holidays.
- Fell Walking for Pensioners: Mainly based on the lake district fells.
- Fellwalker: UK walk descriptions, plus shareware database of the British hills and mountains. Also contains information on books and landscape photography.
- GPS Walks: Contains information on gps walks with more than 80 routes which can be downloaded and used in conjunction with the Garmin PCX5 program .
- GPS Waypoints: Grid reference `resource` for walkers and hikers.
- GoWalking: The official site for the Pathfinder Walking Guides.
- Hiking UK: Lancashire, Lakes, and Yorkshire walks, and links.
- Hillwalking.org.uk: Links on climbing, mountaineering, hillwalking and related accommodation. Includes books and maps purchase facility.
- Inn Way: A series of walking guidebooks by Mark Reid that cover the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, and Black Sheep Pubs. Long distance walks via traditional English country inns.
- Muddy Boots: Roaming the Welsh Marshes: Walking and rambling in the Welsh hills and the border areas known as the Welsh Marches. Also in Herefordshire, Powys, Radnoshire.
- North Yorkshire Long Distance Walking Assoc: Includes programme, information and contact details.
- OUTDOORSmagic: News, detailed gear reviews, features and links and much for walkers and climbers.
- Peak Bagging Page: Names, heights and grid references of hills in the UK over 2000 feet. Richard Moss.
- Routecards Resource: A database of walk routecards as used by scouts, ramblers and other walkers. Searchable by location and area .
- Sherwood Long Distance Walkers Association: Details of challenge and `group` walks in the East Midlands.
- Statistical Topics in Hillwalking: Articles and information of a statistical or scientific nature for hillwalkers. Includes the use of altimeters in height measurement and UK weather links.
- TACit Press: Online publisher of UK mountain tables and fables, and 'The Angry Corrie' fanzine.
- The Antonine Way: A guide to walking and cycling the Antonine Wall. Information on sporting facilities, cycling, walking, tourist attractions, accommodation, Millennium Link Canals and the Falkirk Wheel.
- The British Tourist Authority: Walking Britain: Guide to walking in Britain with routes, maps and advice.
- The Celtic Way: A 722 mile walking route that runs from west Wales to Stonehenge then Cornwall. Includes detailed route instructions.
- The Hills of Great Britain and Ireland: Lists of more than 2600 hills and mountains in Great Britain and Ireland, using the database at the University of Liverpool.
- The Institute of Public Rights of Way Officers: A professional body which represents over 300 individuals who are involved in the management of public rights of way in England, Wales and Scotland principally as local government officers.
- The Mountains of England and Wales: OS grid references and downloadable GPS files for the 2000ft mountain summits of England and Wales, for hillwalkers and summit baggers.
- The Peak Baggers List: Hills over 2000 ft. in the Lake District, Peak District, Pennines and the Welsh Hills. Includes Excel format download.
- The Relative Hills of Britain - Internet Book: How many hills are there in Britain? Has anyone climbed them all? Answers to these and other questions.
- The Saint Kenelm's Way: Long distance walk across Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, linking the two places most connected with the life of the ninth century Mercian Saint. Includes history of Saint Kenelm and detailed route instructions.
- Three Peaks 24hr Challenge: A slightly different walking challenge
- Three Peaks Challenge Guide: Routes and simple maps, advice, tips and forum. Links page.
- WalkLink.com: Resource site with a listing of walks in the uk, searchable by location and difficulty. Includes holidays, events, news and beginners advice.
- Walking Britain: Comprehensive site featuring walks, photos and other information for walkers and hikers in the British Isles.
- Walking Pages: Descriptive walks in England and Wales.
- Walking the Way to Health: An initiative of the British Heart Foundation and the Countryside Agency to persuade more people to take up walking. Includes objectives, advice and related resources .
- Walkingworld: The UK site with a database of walks from all round the country - complete with Ordnance Survey maps.
- Walks in Northern England: David Jones' guide to walks in the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District, on long-distance paths, and in York city. Maps, pictures and route descriptions; also includes a photo gallery, and e-mail to add your own walks.
- Walkz.com: Walking information and guided UK walks. Easy rambles to mountain expeditions. Adventurous activities, abseils caving, and climbing. Outdoor training courses.
- WebRing: UK Walking: Sites with content of interest to walkers and hikers from the UK or traveling to the UK.
- Wild Camp: Backpacking, fellwalking and camping in the lake District and Snowdonia . Includes trip reports, photographs and related links.
- go4awalk.com: A comprehensive collection of maps and descriptions of walks (in pdf format) searched using a series of interactive maps, directory of local accommodation plus hints and tips for walkers.