Phototrails was developed by the Fieldfare Trust to provide you with more information, and therefore more choice, about where to spend your day out in the countryside.
Fieldfare staff and volunteers explore the length and breadth of the country to bring you an up-to-date guide to the accessibility of countryside sites and trails. We will be giving each trail an accessibility rating to help you decide whether a trail meets your needs and, providing an opportunity for Phototrail users to comment on those ratings to help the future choices of other trail users .
As a charity that actively promotes countryside access for people with disabilities, Fieldfare understands the importance of providing “pre-visit” information on trail features and site amenities, such as whether disabled parking and accessible toilets are available. We’ve also taken great care to accurately describe path gradients, widths and surfaces against the physical accessibility standards endorsed by Fieldfare and partners of the Countryside for All project.
When navigating your way around our featured trails, please note that photos have been taken in the direction of travel and from the perspective of the photographer’s height. Do also take into consideration the weather and season when planning your visit, as the condition of countryside trails can deteriorate during the winter months.
You can search for walks near to where you live or, you can plan routes that you might do while visiting friends or taking a holiday.
Happy trail hunting!
** NEW PHONE NUMBER – PLEASE NOTE THE NEW PHONE NUMBER ENQUIRIES IS – 01334 838629 **
The Fieldfare Trust is a company limited by guarantee and is a registered Charity Number 327056 (England & Wales ) SC039988 (Scotland)
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