Below are the collected series of posts covering Walking routes on Views From an Urban Lake. Any post that has an associated route map, or GPX download (hopefully both) can be found here.
They are ranged all over, and the number of walking routes is growing, the more I cover!
We hope you will find them a useful resource for your next walk.
Each post is listed in descending order from the date posted (latest walk will appear first).
Once you get below the links you will find a small map (it’s zoomable so you can find more details). Each marker on the map represents a routed walk. Clicking on the marker will pop up a link to the walk link on here, so you can find a walk in an area close to you (assuming I have walked one).
- Old Wolverton to Stoke Bruerne Along the Grand Union
- Walking Buckingham to Milton Keynes
- Tring to Milton Keynes Canal Walk
- Butterfly and Dragonfly Walk
- Stonepit Fields
- Milton Keynes Parks Trust 25 Mile Challenge Walk
- Campbell Park to Willen Lake Circular Walk
- Floodplain Forest to Linford Lakes Circular Walk
- Fenny Stratford to Old Wolverton Grand Union Canal Walk
- Sandwich to Deal Walk
- North West Milton Keynes Circular Walk
- Milton Keynes Three Lake Walk
- Taking my Breath Away
- Tring Station To Ivinghoe Beacon – A Beautiful Circular Walk
Walking Routes Map
Numbers on a marker mean there are more than one walk in the vicinity (you’ll notice a lot in the middle of the UK – well I do live there). You can zoom in closer to narrow things down, and find a clickable link. Each marker shows roughly the start of the walk.
I hope you have found this page useful, and will continue to come back and check it regularly, as we plan for it to update on a regular basis. The more I walk the more walking routes will appear here. And don’t forget to take your hiking essentials on your next walk.
Other hiking posts (no route maps, or item reviews, guidance posts etc.) can be found on my hiking posts page.
If you do follow one of my routes be sure to let me know in the comments on the post page. I’d love to hear from you.
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