News

Slow Ways Makers app is now available for iOS

The release of the iPhone app means it is easier than ever before to use Slow Ways! Have a read of a Q&A with our tech team to find out more.

Fill the gaps!

We are only 26 filled gaps away from a really giant, map-covering network. Can you claim a gap as your own this autumn?

‘Tales from a Slow Way,’ Round 2, winners announced!

Last year we launched "Tales from a Slow Way," a community stories project that enabled us to commission creatives and groups to work together to produce original stories situated around Slow Ways walking routes. We're happy to announce we're now able to support a further ten projects!

Running through forests, walking up mountains

National Walking Month is a time when organisations and individuals collectively highlight the many mental, physical, and social benefits of walking and encourage everyone to walk — wherever they are By Ingrina Shieh This year, National...

Making improvements to the Slow Ways network

Some places and routes are being added and some removed, to break up long routes and make some new connections This is an important notice to let you know that we’re making some improvements...

Be part of the Great Slow Ways Summer Waycheck!

Join us for a new national tradition: checking and rechecking Slow Ways walking routes across the country, throughout the week of midsummer

Scottish Gaelic and Welsh maps are here!

The Welsh and Scottish Gaelic languages appear together on our brand new map

What was Beating the Bounds?

For many people in Britain in times gone by, the village in which you were born was likely to be where you lived and died: you would be baptised, married and buried in the same church.