TravelRight have especially made route maps to help you discover new walking routes around your local area. For maps of Aspley, Basford, Bestwood, Bilborough, Bulwell, Bulwell Forest and the Leen Valley click here.
The Big Track is a ten mile route running between Trent Bridge and Beeston Marina along the River Trent and the canal which connects many of the city’s major sports and leisure venues. The whole route is car free and ideal for both walking and cycling – click here to download the Big Track maps.
Nottingham City Council also offers a series of detailed maps for residents traveling across the city by foot, cycling or using public transport. They’re useful if you fancy sitting down and planning a multistage route combining walking and cycling or public transport. You can find them all by following this link.
Walking in Notts has a great selection of walking routes maps covering every corner of Nottingham city and beyond. They’re available for download free here.
Discover more of Nottingham’s parks and open spaces with this series of ten A Walk in the Park route maps, available here.
You can find lots of information about Nottinghamshire’s country parks – including walking and cycling routes recommended for the Bestwood Country Park at the Park Life website here.
Once you’re feeling fit you could even try some parts of the Robin Hood Way! It starts at Nottingham Castle and goes through many beautiful parks including Bestwood Country Park, reaching all the way up to Sherwood Forest! You can find more details about the Robin Hood Way here.
Want to tailor make your walking route? TravelRight recommend the Walkit travel planner which is made especially for people going on foot – you can plan your route using Walkit on our travel planning page here.