The National Trust

The National Trust look after historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, farmland, moorland, islands, castles, nature reserves, villages… and pubs. The National Trust is Britain’s largest conservation organisation, caring for 300 historic houses, 700 miles of spectacular coastline and over 600,000 acres of beautiful countryside with many of the walking routes on this website covering such areas.

The National Trust has conserved the nation’s treasures for over a hundred years and is a charity that receives no direct support from government. The National Trust does not cover Scotland, although membership does allow free entry to properties owned by the National Trust for Scotland.

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For free days out why not visit Walks And Walking, our sister website that offers free UK walking routes. They also provides walking tips and advice with reviews and offers for walking clothes, walking accessories and walking boots. Visit their shop for latest offers from leading outdoor retailers – Cotswold Outdoor, Go Outdoors, Craghoppers, Blacks, Millets, Timberland and more.

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