Cinque Terre Hiking Map


This East Anglian trail actually starts in Suffolk, heads straight for the coast at Hunstanton and then turns right to Cromer. It’s 150 km (93 miles) long and one of its greatest selling points is that it’ s…flat.

Rating This is a scenically rewarding, physically undemanding 0. Don’t forget your flip-flops.

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Follow in the footsteps of prehistoric man on Britain’s oldest road and travel 136km (85 miles) from Overton Hill on the North Wessex Downs to Ivinghoe Beacon on the edge of the Chilterns. Bear in mind, though, that Britain’s oldest road is likely to have Britain’s oldest potholes. It’s a bit hilly in places, but because it’s open to cyclists, horse riders and in some places 4x4s, the opportunities for hitch-hiking are high.

Rating This is a 4, on the grounds that parts of the road haven’t been resurfaced since the Roman Conquest.


Starts where the Cleveland Way (see page 41) leaves off and cuts across the Yorkshire Wolds for 127km (79 miles) to finish near the Humber Bridge.

Rating A worthy 4, although, at times, when on the tops of the hills ‘you can see forever,’ which can be demoralising when hiking, mainly because of that sinking feeling of not actually getting anywhere.

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