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Are you visiting a city and want some key walks to show you all the sights, as well as a few alternative walks to get you off the beaten track? We have created the best selection of walks to show you the highlights of each city, without getting lost by thousands of different route options.

Run

Feeling energetic but don’t know where to run or where is safe 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.

Cycle

We have created some great routes, perfect for the whole family (or the keen cyclist) to see the best parts of a city and its favourite suburbs, as well as the chance to get out into nearby countryside.

Simply download our app or visit the city page to be able to view routes online, save for offline and even handy A4 pages that can be printed out and folded into mini route guides for your runs, so you don’t need to keep looking at your phone!

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Birmingham Cycle – Moseley Village and Cannon Hill Park

A circular cycle route of 18km (11 miles) along good quality canal towpaths, quiet green roads and pathways through parks – you will see some of Birmingham’s canal network, Edgbaston, Cannon Hill Park and Moseley Village. You can also link this route with the Edgbaston Reservoir/Harborne Walkway/University of Birmingham cycle route.

Birmingham Cycle – Edgbaston Reservoir, Harborne Walkway, University of Birmingham, Canals and Brindley Place

A circular cycle route of 15km (9 miles) along good quality canal towpaths, a well surfaced disused railway line and quiet green roads – you will see Edgbaston Reservoir Nature Reserve, the popular suburb of Harborne, the lovely original red-brick buildings at the University of Birmingham and parts of leafy Edgbaston. You can also link … Continue reading Birmingham Cycle – Edgbaston Reservoir, Harborne Walkway, University of Birmingham, Canals and Brindley Place

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