Daypack Rambler - A site for those who enjoy a walk in the British
    countryside and the opportunity to explore its wonderful wildlife

The Walk Grades

Grade Description Height Climbed
E Fairly flat on clearly defined paths, may include a few gentle gradients. up to 300 metres
(1,000 feet)
M Some paths may be poorly defined and the route may include 1 or 2 steep gradients and some pathless sections.
Map & compass skills may be required
up to 600 metres
(1,970 feet)
S Some paths may be poorly defined and there may be pathless sections.
The route may include remote areas and steep gradients, 1 or more of which may require grade 1 scrambling.
Map & compass and advanced (mico) navigation skills may be required.
More than 600 metres
(1,970 feet)

For A Safe, Enjoyable Walk

Countryside Access:
An outline of the Public Rights of Way and Open Access areas that allow you to explore our wonderful British countryside and discover its scenic landscapes, valleys, woods, fells and moorlands.

The Countryside Code.
Respect. Protect. Enjoy

Respect other people
Consider the local community and other people enjoying the outdoors
Leave gates and property as you find them and follow paths unless wider access is available

Protect the natural environment
Leave no trace of your visit and take your litter home
Keep dogs under effective control

Enjoy the outdoors
Plan ahead and be prepared
Follow advice and local signs

Leave only footprints
Take only photographs
Kill only time