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View OS Explorer and OS Landranger for the whole of the UK. Find trails, boundaries, landscape features and places of interest.
Travel back in time! See the map as it was over 100 years ago, with buildings, roads, quarries and even some of the footpaths.
You can access some land across England, Wales and the Isle of Man without having to use paths - this land is known as ‘open access land’. This includes mountains, moors, heaths and downs that are privately owned. It also includes common land registered with the local council and some land around the England Coast Path.
The National Cycle Network is a 16,575 mile system of signed and numbered routes across the UK. Combined with this is the Department for Transport cycle planner routes covering the cycle paths across most urban areas giving you the easiest way to explore the local area on bike or foot.
Discover over 680 National Trust™, 350 English Heritage™, 300 Historic Scotland, 120 CADW and 500 country parks across the UK. Perfect as a starting point, interesting detour or cake and tea stop on any walk.
Display the locations of over 20,000 named hills across the country, colour coded by height and with drop and category details available. Filter by specific type to challenge yourself to climb all your local ones, or to make sure your walk won't contain a nasty uphill surprise!
Google Maps doesn't have footpaths, but its Street View™, satellite imagery and locations are ideal when researching a walk. Link directly from your location to Google Maps, allowing you to take advantage of all its features.
Save your own private points of interest directly on the map. With multiple symbols to choose from; save where you parked the car, where you fancy going, or your favourite pub.
Save the current view as an image for printing out an offline copy, or sharing with friends and family.
Adapt the map the way you want, chose your own colours and thicknesses to highlight the features which are important to you.
|Footpath, Bridleway, Byway|
|National Trails / Coastal Path|
|Open Google Maps|
|Save Offline Image|
|Right to Roam|
|Points of Interest|
|British and Irish Hills|
|1900s Historic Map|