We have created a selection of walks in and around Nottingham city and some in our parks and open spaces.
Walks in the Park
These walking routes offer you the opportunity to:
- Improve both physical and mental well-being in a safe and relaxed atmosphere.
- Discover more about Nottingham's parks, local history and wildlife.
Click on one of the walks below to download a PDF leaflet.
- Bulwell Hall Park
- Clifton Central Park and Playing Fields
- Forest Recreation Ground
- Lenton Recreation Ground
- Melbourne Park
- Queen's Walk, Queen's Walk Recreation Ground and Victoria Embankment
- Victoria Park and St Mary's Rest Garden
- Woodthorpe Grange
Walks Around Nottingham
Two of the City Council's priorities are to promote a "healthy Nottingham" and to improve the quality of life of its citizens. To get Nottingham active, since 2011 the LAF have produced a series of self-guided walk leaflets promoting walking, public rights of way and local history, you download and view these below.
- Discover unique and historical places, buildings
- See nature and wildlife through woodlands, parks, conservation areas
- Walk along ancient paths in the footsteps of historical people
- Explore your area more
- Improve both physical and mental wellbeing
- To view the Local Access Forum and find more information Visit Local Access Forum - Nottingham City Council page.
There is so much to discover around Nottingham on foot. Click on one of the walks below to download a PDF leaflet.
- Bestwood Walk (In the Footsteps of Nell Gwynn) Walk
- Bulwell & Bulwell Forest Walk
- Broxtowe and Strelley Walk
- Carrington and Sherwood Walk
- Clifton Walk
- Dunkirk and Beeston Walk
- Mapperley and St Ann's Hills and Hospitals Walk
- Old Basford and New Basford Walk
- Sneinton and Colwick Woods Walk
- Sneinton and St Ann's Parks and Hills Walk
- Lenton and Park Walk
- The Park Steps and Tunnel Walk
- St Ann's Mapperley Park & Alexandra Park Walk
- Wollaton Park and Martins Pond Walk
Nottingham City Walking Routes
There is so much to discover around Nottingham City Centre on foot. Visit the Keep Nottingham Walking Website to plan your route with its handy online tool.
You can access the following:
- Location map
- How to make those steps count
- Visit: Walk In Nottingham Information Page and scroll down.
Guidelines for Walkers
- Ensure that you wear suitable comfortable shoes and appropriate clothing
- Sun protection is advisable, especially in hot or sunny weather
- Do not walk too soon after eating
- Do not walk if you feel dizzy or unwell
- If you suffer from heart problems, you should consult with your GP before starting the exercise
- More information is available on our Nottingham Guided Walks Page
- Take something to drink, especially in hot/warm weather
- Try to find local landmarks or faculties in the area. This will help plan walk and know what to do if nature calls, an emergency, or if need to rest/refreshment.
Would you like to become a Volunteer Walk Leader?
We want to hear from you if you want to meet new people and become a volunteer walk leader!
Don't hesitate to contact Age UK Nottingham and Nottinghamshire on 0115 844 0011.
Walking for Health and Wellbeing
Walking for 30 minutes Each Day or a 10 min Brisk walk Can
- Make you feel good
- Give you more energy, fitness and stamina
- Help you sleep better
- Reduce blood pressure
- Reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke
- Reduce the risk of type II diabetes and osteoporosis
- Reduce the risk of some cancers
- Help reduce stress
- Help you lose or maintain weight
More Information by
- Download this PDF Walking Diary
- Visiting Wellbeing Walks - Nottinghamshire Guided Walks the chance to get walking healthy (nottsguidedwalks.co.uk)
Nottingham City Council is working with Best Foot Forward to offer several short walks in the Nottingham City area. These free guided health walks allow you to improve your health, make new friends, have fun and get to know your local environment. Everyone welcome
For more information on Nottingham Guided , Self-guided and Wellbeing Walks Click Here For more information on Best Foot Forward Click Here Click here to visit the Parks and Open Spaces Facebook Page