We’re creating a network of walking routes that connect all of Great Britain’s towns and cities

What if there was an official network of walking routes connecting all of Britain’s towns, cities and national parks?

Volunteers all over the country have already drafted it! Over 130,000km (81,000 miles) of routes join up all of Great Britain’s towns and cities.

Now these handmade, crowd-sourced routes need checking. Can you help?

Just choose a route, walk it, and review it – that’s all!

Slow Ways in the news

“Slow Ways is not just a tool to encourage us to walk more, it is a campaigning tool. Once a route is identified, there is something to defend and to improve” BBC News

“Walkers, your country needs you” National Geographic

Read about our 3800km-long trail that joins every national park, in The Times. Or read our story here, or the Daily Mail’s here

See our beautiful new map in the Scotsman here; its place-names are in Welsh and Scottish Gaelic only where names exist. Buy it here!