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National Trust walks to download- over 100, all over the UK
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just thrifty
Old 16-03-2010, 12:14 PM
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Default National Trust walks to download- over 100, all over the UK

Had a quick click through these- think there's probably a walk listed that's near most of us. Not long until the Easter holidays now, so hopefully the weather will be getting milder for doing a bit of walking...

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Each leaflet offers simple route directions, a map and interesting things to discover along the way - yours to download for free. More walks are being added all the time, so look out for one near you soon.
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main...sits-walks.htm

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Thank you, I hope to do a lot more walking before the end of the year, Lol!
I just need need to dust off my walking boots and away I'll go.
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Thakns for this - I think there ar probaly other sites that also do somethig similiar

Do you have to park in a National Trust carpark and pay?
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