So you've taken the pledge, but where to start mile 1 of your 1000 miles? Here's a few to get you on your way. just click on the image to open up a printable version of the route!
USE TRAIL RUNNING MAG'S ROUTES
Look at the ten routes on page 91 in every issue of Trail Running magazine. You can browse the archive (starting from 2017 issues), print maps and create your own routes.
DON'T FORGET! WE’VE TEAMED UP WITH ORDNANCE SURVEY TO BRING TRAIL RUNNING SUBSCRIBERS FREE ACCESS TO ALL ROUTES FROM EVERY ISSUE FROM NOW ON.
Finding trails is easy – simply look for footpath signs. Every county is obliged to signpost their footpaths, bridleways and other byways. Some local authorities are better than others, but there are a huge number of urban and semi-urban trails and cycleways you can follow. OS maps are invaluable and are packed with information and unmatched detail. You are looking for the green dots and dashes of the footpaths and bridleways, as well as ‘white lanes’ and disused railway paths that are often cycle trails and Sustrans routes.
Look at the ten routes on page 91 in every issue of Trail Running magazine. We’ve teamed up with Ordnance Survey (OS) to bring Trail Running subscribers free access to all routes from every issue from now on. You can browse the archive (starting from 2017 issues), print maps and create your own routes.
Get over 500,000 routes straight in your pocket with OS maps! Check out the video below on how to get started using OS Maps...