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Walking

Walking in Nottingham

We have a number of walking routes that can help you discover your local area, landmarks and heritage, whilst boosting your physical and mental health.

Explore the cobbled streets of the Lace Market or Castle area or take a stroll in one of Nottingham’s 32 green flag award-winning parks. Walking is a great way to see some of Nottingham’s hidden secrets. Significant developments in recent years have dramatically changed Nottingham to be a pedestrian-friendly city. You can find an accessible list of walking routes on the following pages:

You can walk from Lister Gate in the south to intu Victoria Centre in the north without crossing any major roads. As part of the Broadmarsh regeneration, the goal is to extend this pedestrian area southwards connecting the Station with the rest of the city centre.

Travel Well and Go Jauntly

A free community-based walking app, Go Jauntly invites you into a world of outdoor adventure. Find local walks created by the people who know and love them. The walks on the app curated by Nottingham City Council are part of the Travel Well programme.

Travel Well is a programme of local walking and cycling activities and services to support people to improve their physical and mental health and wellbeing, whilst also encouraging more local walking and cycling trips.

You can download the Go Jauntly app on the App Store or Google Play.

Walking to work

Help is at hand for businesses based in Nottingham to support active travel through the council’s Workplace Travel Service. Find out more about the activities and grants available.

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Travel Well

Nottingham City Council’s Travel Well project aims to support people to build activity into their daily lives for lasting healthy changes.

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