Britains Favourite 100 Walks

Do you have a favourite walk or ramble?

ITV have joined forces with Ordnance Survey and The Ramblers to compile the nations 100 favourite walks. They want the great British Public to vote for your best walks for a special TV programme to be broadcast in Spring 2018.

Britain’s Favourite 100 Walks will feature the best places from across the country, with routes shortlisted right across the UK, reflecting some of the nation’s most stunning scenery – and you have a chance to influence the final decision.

ITV has worked closely with a large number of organisations to come up with a list of accessible walks that suit a range of abilities, and that reflect a variety of interests and themes.

Get involved

The producers are also looking for people with emotional connections to a certain walk or landscape to feature in the programme.

So if one of the walks or areas in the poll has provided you with a life changing experience or has a connection to a significant time in your life, they’d love to hear from you.

For more information about the television show itself, visit the official website here:

The ITV 100 Walk team are also active on Social media you can find them and give them a shout-out below:
Twitter: @ITV100Walks
Hashtag: #100Walks

Vote for your favourite walk

Voting for your favourite is easy – and by voting you’re helping to find Britain’s best walks – click below to take part in the survey:

Take the survey
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A few things to bear in mind before voting:

- You must select ‘walking’ in the first question or your vote won’t count!
- Make sure to explore all regions for your favourite walks. For example, many of the Peak District walks are in the Midlands.

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