Links to Other Walk Sites

Other sites we have found offering wheelchair accessible walks around the country. Just click on the heading to go to the site

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Top Accessible Walks

The National Trust state:-

“You’ll find multi-use trails at many of the places we care for so that everyone can get out in nature. Each route has well-maintained paths and easy terrain for wheelchair users, those with mobility aids and also those with a pram or pushchair.”

Access The Outdoor Guide

The Outdoor Guide state:-

“Access The Outdoor Guide aims to make the outdoors inclusive for all.  We have spent many years, and are continuing to collaborate with various people and companies to build a section on The Outdoor Guide to enable this.

Our walks with wheelchairs are a selection of walks that the TOG team have carefully selected for families using all kinds of wheels from pushchairs, wheelchairs to bicycles.”

Access For All

The Canal River Trust state:-

“We want as many people as possible to experience the pleasures of walking by water. While not all routes are suitable for people with disabilities, towpaths can often be flatter and more accessible than other footpaths.

12 accessible walks across the UK

Motability state:-

The routes recommended in this article include flat paths – making it a much easier option for those who use wheelchairs, scooters or other mobility aids – while friends and family can easily join on foot and bicycle too.

A site with (currently) 26 walks

The Accessible Derbyshire site is excellent for not only walks but also many other forms of exercise and outdoor activities.

Well worth a look to see what walks other than those we mention, are worth a look.

You may need to do a bit more research into the walk as details are a little limited.

On first glance this looks to be an excellent facility for the disabled person who wants to get out into the countryside with reasonable ease. It covers many different areas of the UK including the South West, South East, North West, North East, Central / Midlands and the East.

It also appears to have a line on holidays for the disabled, wheelchairs and many accessories that may be useful. Well worth a look.

This site also provides even more links to other walk sites.

A number of walks in Yorkshire

Basically a website and company designed to see aids and accessories to disabled people but which provides a nice page with details of a number of walks that may be tempting to the wheelchair user as well as the able bodied.