About the National Trails
National Trails are long distance footpaths. They’re administered by Natural England, a statutory agency of the UK government. The trails are marked with an acorn symbol along the route.
Most National Trails have a dedicated Trail Manager responsible for maintaining the high quality standards on the Trail. National Trails are waymarked with the distinctive “acorn” symbol.
National Trails are special because they pass through some of the best landscapes, and they are managed to a very high standard. Because of this you can be confident that any journey you make along a National Trail will be one of the best you have taken.
We’re working with 7 national trails, each of which have their own trail manager. The 7 participating national trails are: Hadrian's Wall Path, Cleveland Way, Pennine Way, Norfolk Coast Path, Cotswold Way, North Downs Way and South West Coast Path.
Get in touch with the trail manager for your area:
Norfolk Coast Path
North Downs Way
South West Coast Path