Car Free Walks Blog

December 2014

The lost village of Imber

As the holiday season approaches, why not plan a winter walk to Imber village, which is only open to the public on a few days each year?

We had finalised our plans the night before, sat in front of a blazing fireplace. Up early next day, quick cup of tea, then boots on and straight up on to Salisbury Plain, a ten-mile stomp and back home mid-morning for breakfast.
September 2014

Pete's top five in North Wales

If you’ve ever searched for walks in North Wales, you might have noticed the proliferation of routes by Pete Roberts

Our top walk submitter has spent many years exploring the region. Here, Pete picks his top five car-free walkiing region. Llandudno RSPB reserve, Conway - This is an easy walk that can be undertaken at any time of the year, by people and children of all abilities . . .
September 2014

Cliffs and choughs on the Lizard

John and Sue explore the farthest reaches of Cornwall's coastline

Mountain peaks, hilltops and ridge walks have obvious appeal to walkers – an appeal reflected in the Car Free Walks portfolio. But it was no surprise that the recent top pick of featured walks was in fact a coastalpath.

Create your walk and win!

Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk to our website into a prize draw to win some goodies.