Officially designated long distance paths.
In England and Wales, they are managed by National Trails (funded by the Countryside Agency and the Countryside Council for Wales).
In Scotland, they are called LDRs (Long-Distance Routes), and are managed by Scottish Natural Heritage.
Information about the 15 officially designated long distance routes for walkers (some also for cycling and horse riding) through landscapes in England and Wales; includes practical details for users, FAQ, details of publications, and network news.
Scottish Natural Heritage Initiatives: Long Distance Routes
An overview of officially designated long-distance walking routes in Scotland.
Last update:May 14, 2016 at 22:28:57 UTC