Where to walk
If you want to go for a walk in Nottinghamshire, you have plenty of options:
Find a walking route
We have a searchable directory of walks and rides where you can browse walking routes across Nottinghamshire.
See the Notts Guided Walks website for the 2013 programme of guided walks in Nottinghamshire: www.nottsguidedwalks.co.uk
Long distance routes
There are two long distance walks in Nottinghamshire, and they are both shown on Ordnance Survey Explorer maps.
Trent Valley Way
A guide to the Trent Valley Way, costing £5, can be bought at Retford, Newark, Southwell and Worksop libraries.
Robin Hood Way
Visit the Robin Hood Way website to find out about this route.
Guides to walks accessible to all can be downloaded from the Greenwood Community Forest website. You can also contact us to request copies.
The publications use a system of mapping that identifies the location of any gates along the route and their width suitability for wheelchairs, as well as rating the steepness of gradients and describing the type of surface.
The surfaced towpaths alongside the Grantham Canal, Chesterfield Canal and Nottingham Canal (part of the Erewash Valley Trail) are also accessible to many different users.
If you have come across a problem while out on a walk you can report this online: