Other sources of information for walkers
There are countless footpaths that link in to the TPT route, giving many options for circular walks that link in with the Trail. Keen walkers will find the following sites of interest.
Ramblers Association – Britain’s biggest walking charity. We’ve been working for 70 years to promote walking and to improve conditions for everyone who walks in England, Scotland and Wales.
European Ramblers Association – the umbrella organisation for walking associations all across Europe. The ERA leads the creation of 11 European Long Distance Walking routes. TPT is the British section of the E8 which runs from Ireland to Istanbul. You’ll find more details about all of the ‘E’ route on their website.
Long Distance Walkers Association – The LDWA is an Association of people with the common interest of walking long distances in rural, mountainous or moorland areas.
Walking Forum – the forum for discussing all aspects of country walking and hiking in the UK with boards for general chat, gear, long distance trails and all the popular UK walking destinations.
National Trails – Find out about the 15 National Trails providing over 4000km of well-managed paths which offer walking, riding and cycling experiences through some of the finest countryside in England and Wales, officially designated by the Countryside Agency.
Heritage Walks– A collection of 15 circular walks, eight of which radiate from Snaith and four from Pollington. Snaith Railway Station Car Park is situated on the trail and Pollington Village Hall is less than a mile from the trail (Crow Croft Bridge) Packs of laminated walk cards are available. Full details are on the website.
Ultimate List of Hiking Safety Resources – A collection of the most useful safety resources so you can inform yourself and make sure you know how to prepare before a hiking trip, how to avoid risks and what to do if you stumble upon an unexpected and potentially dangerous situation.
Walking the Riding – is a website which helps you to enjoy the varied countryside of East Yorkshire. Whether you’re an experienced walker or just fancy a Sunday stroll, you’ll find a route to suit your needs.
Walking for Health – Walking for Health is England’s largest network of short, free health walks, helping people across the country lead a more active lifestyle. Their walks are short and over easy terrain, in both urban and rural settings, and are open to everyone but are especially aimed at those who are least active.
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