More Public Rights of Way. (Footpaths and Bridleways)

More types of footpath

Photograph of a public footpath   This footpath is level, wide and has a good surface probably maintained by the local council. Not all footpaths are this good.

 

 

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Photograph of a public footpath   Believe it or not there is a public right of way across this field although it isn't obvious. If you look carefully you can see a track in the wheat, in the right half of the picture, where someone has crossed the field previously.

 

 

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Photograph of a public footpath   This is a slightly more adventurous footpath, than the one shown at the top of the page, running through rugged country but, again, has a good surface.

 

 

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Photograph of a public footpath   This public footpath has been supplemented with wooden steps to make what would be a moderately steep climb into an easy one.

 

 

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Photograph of a public footpath   This public footpath, part of the Pyg track/Miner's path route on Snowdon in North Wales, zig-zags it's way up to the ridge just below the summit (off to the left).

It may look very precarious but in fact is quite easy to negotiate.

 

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