The Notts Clockwalk was created during the lock-down by local resident, John Thurston, and is supported by the County Council's Rights of Way team.
This is a 60-mile route, circumnavigating the city of Nottingham, and divided into 12 sections.
The route celebrates the villages and countryside around Nottingham, and explores its rich tapestry of local history – from the rolling hills and industrial towns of the north-west to the alluvial plains of the Trent and Soar with its small villages in the south-east.
What's more, recommendations of where to stop on route for freshments are included...coffee and cake anyone?!
Why is it called the Notts Clockwalk?
The route is 60 miles, so each mile walked represents a minute on the clock face (so you could claim it is ‘a mile-a-minute walk’!). Each section has good links by bus or tram to get you to the start and from the finish so helping greener travel.
For full details of the route please visit nottsclockwalk.wordpress.com