Presented below are a list of Websites that are useful references to walkers.
- Blog documenting Lucys 6000 mile walk around Britain. Lots of photos and personal recollection of the walk
- Website and blog dedicated to Melitas walk around the coast of Britain. Lots of information, photos and personal recollections of the walk.
- A fascinating account of Ruth Livingstone's ongoing walk around the coastline of the UK. Great pictures and a detailed personal account of each section is produced on this highly recommended site. This is someone who was not a dedicated long distance walker setting herself a challenge and going out and doing it.
- A personal website with lots of photos covering a wide range of long distance trails
- David Cottons excellent site with nearly 1000 walks. Personal descriptions of each walk together with maps and itinerary make this a very useful resource for any walker.
- Digital Walking Guides and Directions for the UK including town trails, riverside strolls and countryside rambles, in a comprehensive.
- A personal website documenting several long distance trails
- The official National Trail Website. Excellent resource for anybody wishingto undertake walking one of the 16 National Trails
- A useful resource for finding walks throughout England. Choose a county and then click on a marker on the map for details of a walk
- Explore Norfolk Trails is an online community where everyone and anyone can share their experience of walking Norfolks numerous long distance trails.
- The central place for finding information for all of Norfolks many long distance trails.
- Bob Cains account of walking around the perimeter of Norfolk using the Angles Way, the Pedders Way, the Norfolk Coast Path and the Weavers Way
- The latest Norfolk Trail is the three Rivers Way linking Potter Heigham and Wroxham - the site keeps one up-to-date with progress on this trails development
- An website full of varied walks around the county of Essex. An interactive map, directions, photos and history of the area with the ability to download each walk as a PDF make this an excellent resource for anyone wanting to walk in Essex.
- Visit Cambridge webpage dedicated to walking within the county. This includes various town trails and recognised countryside paths and trails all available in PDF format
South West Coast Path
- Gary Qualter's excellent blog covering his walk of the South West Coast Path in 30 days. Well worth reading if you are considering walking either part or all of this highly rated long distance trail.
- Website dedicated to walking the South West Coast Path. Photos, videos and documentation of the walk
- A personal account of walking the South West Coast Path with plenty of photos. Always a useful resource for anyone wishing to undertake a similar expedition
- Anyone who intends to walk some all all of the South West Coastpath should visit this site. All the information one needs to know in one place. An excellent resource
- An alternative view of the South West Coastpath, centred around using the path as a logn distance pub crawl. Well worth reading for any real ale fan who wishes to find a decent pub on this major trail.
- Suffolk based walks from short health walks to long distance trails
- The East Suffolk Line Walks follow the course of the East Suffolk branch line through the Suffolk countryside and ultimately linking Ipswich and Lowestoft. The series of walks connect each station along the railway line and a free PDF document is available that details each route. The site is now hosted by Suffolk On Board.
- This website dedicated to the Mid Anglia Rail Passengers Association has a series of walks following the railway line between Cambridge and Ipswich. Each walk is downloadable as a PDF leaflet
- Website for the Suffolk Village of Pettaugh which includes links to many walks including a a pdf for the Mid Suffolk Path from Hoxne to Stowmarket
- The annual Suffolk Walking Festival offers tailored guided walks for all ages and abilities
- Located on the coast at Sizewell in Suffolk, the Vulcan Arms offers a series of 5 circular walks based around the pub. This is at the heart of Suffolks Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty