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We've searched all of England and Wales and found over 49,000 miles of paths that could be lost forever, unless we come together to save them.

Over the past year we have searched all of England and Wales and have found over 49,000 miles of paths which could be lost forever.View the map of lost paths hereIf you have any questions about the map, then check out our FAQs.Identifying lost paths is just the start of a long process to put them back on the map, and we now need to prioritise, research and apply for the paths to be restored before 2026.Read more about what comes next, and how to get involved

Move around the map and discover all the hidden walks and history that accompany them across the UK.Challenge yourself to find all 7 locations across the map.Finding it difficult to find them all?Click the finger iconat the top right of the screen to reveal all the locations.

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We've searched all of England and Wales and found over 49,000 miles of paths that could be lost forever, unless we come together to save them.

Sycamore Gap Walk, Northumberland

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On top of what was once the northernmost border of the Roman Empire now sits a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Formerly known as Hadrian's Wall, it ran for 73 miles coast-to-coast back in its AD 122 heyday.One iconic section of the fortification is located on the Sycamore Gap Walk, where a lone tree which Kevin Costner climbed while filming 1991's Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.

Over the past year we have searched all of England and Wales and have found over 49,000 miles of paths which could be lost forever.View the map of lost paths hereIf you have any questions about the map, then check out our FAQs.Identifying lost paths is just the start of a long process to put them back on the map, and we now need to prioritise, research and apply for the paths to be restored before 2026.Read more about what comes next, and how to get involved

Move around the map and discover all the hidden walks and history that accompany them across the UK.Challenge yourself to find all 7 locations across the map.Finding it difficult to find them all?Click the finger iconat the top right of the screen to reveal all the locations.

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We've searched all of England and Wales and found over 49,000 miles of paths that could be lost forever, unless we come together to save them.

The legend of King Arthur still runs strong in the south west of England, and Tintagel Castle, perched high above the rugged coast of North Cornwall, is one of the last connections we have to the legend. The Tintagel King Arthur Walk features stunning views and a route which culminates in the beautiful winding path around the ruined island fortress. Merlin's cave is also located nearby, if you're so magically inclined.

Tintagel King Arthur Walk, Cornwall

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Over the past year we have searched all of England and Wales and have found over 49,000 miles of paths which could be lost forever.View the map of lost paths hereIf you have any questions about the map, then check out our FAQs.Identifying lost paths is just the start of a long process to put them back on the map, and we now need to prioritise, research and apply for the paths to be restored before 2026.Read more about what comes next, and how to get involved

Move around the map and discover all the hidden walks and history that accompany them across the UK.Challenge yourself to find all 7 locations across the map.Finding it difficult to find them all?Click the finger iconat the top right of the screen to reveal all the locations.

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After William the Conqueror won the Battle of Hastings in 1066, he built various castles around the country to consolidate his victory. The fort at Corfe was one such residence. The Purbeck Ridgeway, which starts at the ruins before moving towards the epic Jurassic Coastline, offers hikers a chance to see the iconic Harry Rocks and, beyond that, the Isle of Wight. Time it right with sunset and you'll have some incredible scenes in store.

Corfe Castleto the coast,Dorset

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Over the past year we have searched all of England and Wales and have found over 49,000 miles of paths which could be lost forever.View the map of lost paths hereIf you have any questions about the map, then check out our FAQs.Identifying lost paths is just the start of a long process to put them back on the map, and we now need to prioritise, research and apply for the paths to be restored before 2026.Read more about what comes next, and how to get involved

Move around the map and discover all the hidden walks and history that accompany them across the UK.Challenge yourself to find all 7 locations across the map.Finding it difficult to find them all?Click the finger iconat the top right of the screen to reveal all the locations.

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Today's friendly rivalry between England and Wales has very serious roots.A reminder of this can be found with the Offa’s Dyke, an ancient earthwork barrier that weaves its way through some of Powys' most beautiful countryside, marking the border between England and Wales. It takes its name from Offa, the King of Mercia (central southern England in Anglo-Saxon times) who sought to divide the kingdoms.

The Wye Valley via Tintern Abbey, Wales

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Over the past year we have searched all of England and Wales and have found over 49,000 miles of paths which could be lost forever.View the map of lost paths hereIf you have any questions about the map, then check out our FAQs.Identifying lost paths is just the start of a long process to put them back on the map, and we now need to prioritise, research and apply for the paths to be restored before 2026.Read more about what comes next, and how to get involved

Move around the map and discover all the hidden walks and history that accompany them across the UK.Challenge yourself to find all 7 locations across the map.Finding it difficult to find them all?Click the finger iconat the top right of the screen to reveal all the locations.

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This interesting walk contains two major historic monuments within two miles of each other: Durrington Walls, a Neolithic settlement, and Stonehenge, the one all the tourists go to see. Starting at Woodhenge car park, walk through the gate opposite Woodhenge and go into the field down towards Durrington Walls. Once you've stopped stroking your chin to take in one of the other great scenes in prehistory, take the circular route on a journey which reveals Stone Henge in all its grandeur.

Durrington to Stonehenge, Wiltshire

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Over the past year we have searched all of England and Wales and have found over 49,000 miles of paths which could be lost forever.View the map of lost paths hereIf you have any questions about the map, then check out our FAQs.Identifying lost paths is just the start of a long process to put them back on the map, and we now need to prioritise, research and apply for the paths to be restored before 2026.Read more about what comes next, and how to get involved

Move around the map and discover all the hidden walks and history that accompany them across the UK.Challenge yourself to find all 7 locations across the map.Finding it difficult to find them all?Click the finger iconat the top right of the screen to reveal all the locations.

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We've searched all of England and Wales and found over 49,000 miles of paths that could be lost forever, unless we come together to save them.

Once belonging to an English Earl and later devastated by fire, this enormous stately home looms large in its sweeping Worcestershire setting. Explore the European-inspired grounds, It will take you around an hour to walk the gardens and drink it all in, but don't be afraid to extend your ramble with a wander around the nearby Great Witley Church, which is described as a 'must see' by English Heritage.

Witley Court and Gardens, Droitwich

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Over the past year we have searched all of England and Wales and have found over 49,000 miles of paths which could be lost forever.View the map of lost paths hereIf you have any questions about the map, then check out our FAQs.Identifying lost paths is just the start of a long process to put them back on the map, and we now need to prioritise, research and apply for the paths to be restored before 2026.Read more about what comes next, and how to get involved

Move around the map and discover all the hidden walks and history that accompany them across the UK.Challenge yourself to find all 7 locations across the map.Finding it difficult to find them all?Click the finger iconat the top right of the screen to reveal all the locations.

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One bleary-eyed glance at St Michael's Mount rising up off the Cornish coast and you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd stumbled into a fairytale. Starting on the north coast near St Ives and finishing in the south, you'll get a real taste of rural cornish life. This trail is pretty lengthy; including a section around the ancient Trencrom Hill fort.

St Michaels Mount, near St Ives

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Over the past year we have searched all of England and Wales and have found over 49,000 miles of paths which could be lost forever.View the map of lost paths hereIf you have any questions about the map, then check out our FAQs.Identifying lost paths is just the start of a long process to put them back on the map, and we now need to prioritise, research and apply for the paths to be restored before 2026.Read more about what comes next, and how to get involved

Move around the map and discover all the hidden walks and history that accompany them across the UK.Challenge yourself to find all 7 locations across the map.Finding it difficult to find them all?Click the finger iconat the top right of the screen to reveal all the locations.