National Trails are long distance footpaths and bridleways in England and Wales. They are administered by Natural England, a statutory agency of the UK government, and Natural Resources Wales (successor body to the Countryside Council for Wales), a Welsh Government-sponsored body.
National Trails are marked with an acorn symbol along the route.
List of National TrailsEdit
- Cleveland Way in England
- Cotswold Way in England
- England Coast Path around England (planned to be completed by 2020)
- Glyndŵr's Way in Wales
- Hadrian's Wall Path in England
- North Downs Way in England
- Offa's Dyke Path in Wales and England
- Peddar's Way and Norfolk Coast Path in England (treated as a single National Trail)
- Pembrokeshire Coast Path in Wales
- Pennine Bridleway in England (bridleway)
- Pennine Way mainly in England with a short distance in Scotland
- The Ridgeway in England (mostly bridleway/restricted byway/byway)
- South Downs Way in England (bridleway)
- South West Coast Path (South West Way) in England—the UK's longest
- Thames Path in England
- Yorkshire Wolds Way in England
Together these are over 4,000 kilometres (2,500 mi) long.