We are very pleased to have been asked to renew our work with the Camping and Caravanning Club this year. During the scorching hot weather, the summer in 2018 we covered many of their East Anglian Club Sites, this Spring has seen us touring Scotland. The weather was variable, as to be expected in Scotland, but fortunately much drier than expected.
During April and early May we visited 9 of their Club Sites
in a variety of different locations, finding some beautiful scenery and friendly
people along the way. From the gentle rolling hills around Jedburgh to the
magnificent wild hills of Glencoe, across to the seashore at Edinbane and
Dingwall we hope there is something for everybody.
As with all of the Camping and Caravanning Club walks, they
start and finish at their Club site taking in the surrounding areas with plenty
to see and do as you amble along the paths and tracks. All the walks can be
downloaded and followed on smartphone free of charge or subscription at
The walks and photographs taken whilst exploring the areas
are also available on our Facebook page of Skye Strolls Ltd.
We hope you enjoy these
walks and return for even more
The Turks Head at Hasketon is ideally placed to explore this beautiful tranquil part of Suffolk with quiet country lanes and bridlepaths as well as outstanding wildlife and being steeped in history. All of this whilst being very accessible to Woodbridge, Ipswich and even further afield.
Following on from the work we have done previously with this
wonderful establishment a further series of cycle rides have just been
published that centre on the pub. Is there a better way to explore the Suffolk
countryside than from The Turks Head? You can have refreshments before you
start and after completion of your expedition.
The latest routes will take you along the Fynn Valley, around
parts of the Deben Valley calling in at The White Horse at Easton and to
explore the beautiful nature reserves at Bromeswell to return via The Crown at
All our routes are available free of subscription and
download charge through www.ViewRanger.com
and its associated app, also through our own Facebook page.
We hope you enjoy exploring the great British countryside
whether on foot or cycle.
In the early Autumn we once again visited the idyllic surrounds of Cornwall’s Roseland Peninsula, where we spent some time developing a series of cycle rides for the tranquil Trewince Holiday Lodge site near Portscatho. The rides take in the wonderful scenery, estuaries, coastline and hidden valleys of the Roseland peninsula and across the Carrick Roads to Falmouth and the surrounding landscape, all the way to Lizard Point.
The cycle rides are now available free of subscription charges or other fees on ViewRanger.com and also on our Facebook page, as well as from the reception at Trewince Holiday Lodges.
We hope you enjoy these rides as much as we did creating them and cycling around this amazingly beautiful part of England.
Although there have not been any updates for a while it does not mean that things have stopped, quite the reverse. Over the last few months, cycle routes have been developed for a beautiful holiday lodge resort down on the south coast of Cornwall. These will be published in the next week or two. It was a real pleasure to cycle the narrow and sometimes steep roads around Cornwall as there was always going to be a different view. What an amazing place it is.
Alongside this, there is a long-term project being developed behind the scenes that will be published during the Spring of 2019. Although this seems like a long time there is a lot of work to be carried out between now and then. As a taster for where these walks are a series of photographs have just been posted on our Facebook Page, these will be added to in the next couple of weeks as further areas are explored.
This latter area of work could also lead to another similar project in the same area, but not something we can publicise at present. But it will be fun and hard work putting it all together.
Skye Strolls are pleased to have continued our relationship with the amazing Turks Head public house and restaurant in the small village of Hasketon near Woodbridge. To complement the walks already completed for this establishment we have now created two cycle routes that are based on their location.
These routes follow the quieter country lanes of the area and highlight many of the historical features of the area. One of the routes calls into other local public houses with which The Turks Head are linked.
The cycle routes are available from The Turks Head website, and our Facebook page as well as through ViewRanger.com where they can be downloaded to Smartphone and tablets free of charge.
We hope you enjoy these routes, hopefully more will be created over the coming months.
It is with pleasure that we have just published out latest walks for the Camping and Caravanning Club. These are centred on the recently refurbished site at Great Shelford just outside Cambridge. The walks give an opportunity to relax an unwind by getting into the glorious countryside that surrounds the site and city.
The route is nearly all accessible for wheelchair users with the exceptions of a few short stretches where suitable alternatives can be found by using nearby cycleways. These can be found easily using the ViewRanger.com app (free of charge).
There is an abundance of history throughout both walks as well as being able to enjoy the natural environment which could give you the opportunity of seeing birds such as kingfishers darting from the willows into the river.
As with all of Skye Strolls Ltd walks they are available to be downloaded and followed on smartphones free of charge from ViewRanger.com. The walks are also available from our Facebook Page, along with some photographs taken as we explored the area.
We hope you enjoy these walks as much as we did in preparing them.
More walks have been created and published for the Camping and Caravanning Club sites at both Sandringham and Norwich.
The beauty and tranquillity of west Norfolk is captured within a walk to the glorious village of Wolferton and then through the amazing Dersingham Bog, truly a place not to be missed. Then through parkland developed by the various monarchs who have lived in Sandringham for more than a century. Both walks give options for taking additional detours to explore the area in greater depth.
The Camping and Caravanning Club site on Old Lakenham on the southern edge of Norwich has the great advantage of beautiful countryside in one direction with a fascinating city in the other. A gentle walk through wildflower meadows to an ancient Roman town or alternatively walking through centuries-old architecture and pleasant riverside. Again both walks allow individuals the ability to explore the area in greater depth and return to the ‘plotted’ route.
As with all of our walks they are available on our Facebook page and ViewRanger.com, where they can be followed free of charge on smartphones and tablets.
The last few weeks have been spent creating additional walks for The Camping and Caravanning Club sites at both St Neots and Theobalds Park, Waltham Cross.
Despite these locations being close to large towns it was amazing the wildlife and natural habitats that abound in both areas. Alongside this natural environment, there is also an amazing amount of human history that can still be seen. With a little imagination, you could be back at almost anytime period.
As with all our walks for The Camping and Caravanning Club, they are available to follow free of charge through ViewRanger.com and also as JPegs on the Skye Strolls Facebook Page.
Hope you enjoy walking these routes.
Yet another glorious location, a peaceful and tranquil site set amongst woods and gently rolling landscape, with walks in every direction.
Two walks have just been created and published for use by the Camping and Caravanning Club and others who are looking to enjoy this part of north Norfolk. The walks are available for free download to a smartphone from ViewRanger.com, under both Camping & Caravanning Club and Skye Strolls accounts. You can also visit our Facebook page to see photographs of the area and print off walks.
A series of three country walks and a cycle ride have just been published for the prestigious Seckford Hall Hotel. All are centred on their location nestled at the end of the Fynn Valley and at the southern extremity of the Suffolk Coastal Sandling Heath environment.
The walks go along the rivers and around local villages using footpaths and quiet country lanes. With the changing seasons, there is always something different to look for in the area, from otters playing in the river to wildfowl wading in the Deben Estuary.
The cycle ride passes through Woodbridge and Sutton Hoo to the enigmatic and beautiful Shingle Street, returning via Hollesley and Sutton Commons. There is always a chance to see both basking seals and grazing deer whilst on this ride.
The walks and ride are available for free download onto smartphone from ViewRanger.com. They are also available as images on our Facebook Page.
Further walks within the estate of Seckford Hall are currently being planned, these will be based on the natural environment and history of the location. As well as one for the young at heart which is based on Enid Blyton books, as she lived her in her early life.