"A journey of 2,200 miles is achieved with with each individual step," said someone or other, "and by ticking off each Slow Way on the National Park Trail." This week, we spoke to Steven Krambeck, a Slow Ways volunteer and YouTuber who is now into week three of ticking off each route as he slowly but surely makes his way around the entire Trail.
Our weekly celebration of volunteers' efforts usually picks up a feel-good review about a walk which went well. This week, we're featuring a good example of how to review a route that isn't suitable for the network.
A twisting, turning Slow Way takes Helen from the Plymouth suburb of Plymstock to the seaside town of Salcombe. Despite numerous setbacks, including having to call it off for the day, she persisted with...
A beautiful route in the west Highlands that mostly follows the West Highland Way until you get into Glen Nevis. I did the whole of this route in 2 different trips - the first time as part of a West Highland Way walk (when it rained A LOT), and the next trip to finish the last part of it, which goes around Cow Hill.
This week's featured review sees Ken walking through Nottingham University and The Park between Beeston and the city centre
Editor's note: We are often checking routes and the progress made in different areas. Whilst doing so...
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