One Day Hikes in the UK

Since we work in London one day hikes offer us a great opportunity to reconnect with the nature and recharge our green batteries. They’re also a good tool for getting to know different corners of the British countryside as well as discovering those super cosy pubs that most people only see in the movies.

Once we decide on the place we want to visit and plan a circular trail in that area we almost always use a train to get there. It’s cheaper than renting a car and you don’t need to worry about having too many drinks before taking the train back.  Most of the hiking trails we’ve done are within 30 to 90 minutes from London so it’s almost like commuting…

Unfortunately, although we’ve been hiking for about 6 years now I only started recording the routes with my GPS watch a while ago and therefore this section is rather empty. But we’ll do our best to grow it as fast as we can!

Robertsbridge circular - via Bodiam Castle

Robertsbridge circular – via Bodiam Castle

Length: 21.9 km
Type: Circular
Train station: Robertsbridge
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path towards charlbury

Hanborough to Charlbury

Length: 22.4 km
Type: Linear
Start / Finish: Hanborough to Charlbury
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view from Ben Vrackie

Pitlochry – Ben Vrackie

Length: 10.2 km
Type: Circular
Start: Pitlochry
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Stuc a'Chroin view

Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’Chroin hike

Length: 16 km
Type: Circular
Start: Loch Earn (Ardvorlich Farm)
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