The Robin Hood Way

Information and guidance relating to The Robin Hood Way.

The Robin Hood Way Information

Trail Information
Information Type Details
Route Type

Linear Walk


105 Miles

Surface and Gradients

Variable as it links numerous scattered locations throughout Nottinghamshire with some steep paths included

Parking Nearby


On Bus Routes


Wheelchair Friendly



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Extra Information


The Robin Hood Way Description

The Robin Hood Way was initially planned by members of the Nottingham Wayfarers' Rambling Club in commemoration of its Golden Jubilee in 1982. The route was opened in 1985 with the intention of linking all of the Nottinghamshire locations with connections to the legend of Robin Hood. From Nottingham Castle to Edwinstowe Church, Beauvale Priory to Sherwood Forest; this is the perfect way to experience the legend of Robin. 

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