Those who like to go walking
a long way were offered details on the opportunities to do so at the Outdoors show at the National Exhibition Centre last weekend (March 26th-28th).
Natural England had a stand displaying a large map of the various routes across England and Wales that those buying new walking boots
These include favourites such as the Pennine Way, the Offa's Dyke Path, Hadrian's Wall, the South-West Coastal Path and the South Downs Way, the last of which runs through the new national park that comes into being this week (March 31st).
Some trails that less people may have heard of - such as the Cleveland Way and the Yorkshire Wolds Way - were also featured.
As well as offering details of long trails around the country, National England also offered a publication on the routes that pass through Yorkshire, including details of short section challenges that can be undertaken as alternatives to attempting the full distance.
These include the 9.9 mile Wolds Edge on the Yorkshire Wolds Path near its northern end at Filey, the ten-mile Settle Loop on the Pennine Way and the 7.3 circular Roseberry Topping trek on the Cleveland Way.
Posted by Brandon Egley