Information relating to Walking including routes throughout Broxtowe.
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Benefits of Walking

There are many benefits of walking. Walking can improve your health, keep you fit, help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and help you to lose weight. It's also good for the environment and it can save you money on transport costs. Walking really is a great activity for the whole family.

Walking Hints, Tips and InformationOldmoor Wood

There are lots of places to walk and lots of tips to get you started. Explore the links listed in the 'Offsite Links' section to find out more. Links can be found to websites that offer rights of way guidance, walking group details and general walking advice!

Walking Opportunities

There is plenty to see in and around the Borough of Broxtowe. There are short walks, some of them guided and for the more energetic there are the longer trail walks.  The shorter walks include Eastwood's Blue Line Trail and the Monks Way. Also The Nottinghamshire Canal is just one of the many Local Nature Reserve walks.

The longer trails include The Erewash Valley Trail a circular route which takes in beautiful countryside, wildlife and waterways. The most recent addition being The Broxtowe Country Trail which roughly follows the boundary between Nottingham City and the Borough of Broxtowe.

Contact Us

Sherwood Forest Trust

T: (0162) 375 8231

Nature Conservation

T: (0115) 917 3634
F: (0115) 917 3508

Page Last Updated: 01/10/2016