Making routes

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

Give a walk and help create a monster 3,797km national parks trail this summer!

We've got an ambitious plan to create a 3,797km trail that links all 15 of the UK's national parks – and we'd love your help to bring it to life!

Illustrated journeys with Lynn Jackson

Lynn records all of her Slow Ways with beautiful journal illustrations. We couldn't resist a peep over her shoulder, plus her top Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire recommendations

Wanderers #2: Ingrina Shieh

Ingrina Shieh, volunteer London National Park City Ranger and passionate multi-day hiker, talks about confidence, women's safety, city vs country, and her solo 15-route Slow Way trip

Routing is live! New tools to build long journeys

Slow Ways tech team Darren and Joao just released some new functionality: please welcome 'routing'! Just enter two places and the site will give you the most direct route between them. Plus, teleporting wormholes! Let the big dreams begin!

Can we connect all our national parks in one ambitious monster-trail? We’ll need your help!

Help us create an ambitious trail connecting up all of Great Britain's national parks – a perfect mission for summer walking weekends or holidays in national parks

Help Zoë and Falco mule-proof their route

Can you help mule-proof their route? Zoë Bicât and Falco are walking from Oxford to Loch Lomond, raising awareness and money for the Stop Ecocide campaign

Slow Ways for geography teachers

Calling all secondary geography teachers! Slow Ways is a giant citizen geography project to create a national network of walking routes. Find out how you and your school can get involved.