Slow Ways

Slow Ways is an initiative to create a national network of walking routes connecting all of Great Britain’s towns and cities as well as thousands of villages. It’s designed to make it easier for people to imagine, plan and go on walking journeys, walking further and for more purposes.
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Walking for River: a journey from Ipswich to Bristol

Three years on from the premature birth of her grandson River, Annie walks the route of his air ambulance, navigating with old maps from charity shops

Explore Leicester on a guided Slow Ways walk

Want to get involved in the Slow Ways swarm but don't fancy walking alone? Come along to a led Slow Ways walk, meet new people, discover new pathways, and help verify routes in Leicestershire! All led walks are free

Join the autumn Slow Ways National Swarm, 12-13th November

Up for an adventure with purpose? Join our next National Slow Ways Swarm!

Film: The Forgiving Path

Filmmaker David Mathias was inspired to make a film showing just a few of the ways that walking makes people feel better. We think it's beautiful

Slow Ways for wheelchairs

A note on accessibility, grading and surveying, because knowledge is power, and freedom!

The Slow Ways Shout!

From Batvic to Satcou, ex-geography teacher, author and creator of Georamblings, Kit Marie Rackley, creates poetry using Slow Ways words

Dogs using Slow Ways #4: Bronson

Wildlife photographer Jasmine Pasha turned her lens on dogs going about their Slow Ways journeys. This time, Bronson on Ealing to Southall

“Invest in good socks!”

Herefordshire geographer, walk leader and Slow Ways champion Nic Howes gives us his tips and his keenly observed reviews