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The best routes to walk, run and cycle in LondonBirmingham, Newcastle and coming later in 2020 Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, Liverpool and Oxford.


Are you visiting a city and want some key walks and routes to show you all the best sights? How about a few alternative walking routes to get you off the beaten track? We have created the best selection of walks to show you the highlights of each city, with easy to follow maps.


Feeling energetic but don’t know where to run or where is best during daytime or night-time? You’ll love our simple selection of 1.5km, 3km, 5km, 10km and 21km (half marathon) run routes in each city.


We have created some great cycle routes, perfect for the whole family (or the keen cyclist) to see the best parts of a city. You will also find some bike routes through the lesser known areas. And always on the greenest, most pleasant bike paths or roads wherever possible.

Simply download our app or visit the city page to be able to view walking, running and cycling routes online or save for offline.

Recent Posts

Peaky Blinders Walk

This fascinating 5km (3 mile) circular walk takes you around some of the Birmingham sights mentioned in the Peaky Blinders TV series, as well as giving you some of the real Peaky Blinders history. We have also marked on the map the locations of some other key historic locations, but as most of these are … Continue reading Peaky Blinders Walk

The REAL Peaky Blinders – Visit Birmingham

The hit TV series Peaky Blinders has placed Birmingham and the West Midlands firmly in the national and international spotlight. But long before the BBC drama series aired, the region was already celebrating its unique and colourful past. But who are The Peaky Blinders?

Summer in Southside July 2019

We were lucky enough to be walking through the Arcadian Centre this weekend (featured in our Birmingham City Centre walk) when we came across all sorts of performances from roving Martians to an orchestra playing sci-fi themed music! This was Summer in Southside, a free annual festival organised by The Birmingham Hippodrome.

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