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MILLENNIUM WAY

 

 

 

Full walking details
for 100 miles

View the full walk - West to East

 

 

The Millennium Way Map Showing the full route!
Click on orange region of road to view individual routes.

 

 

 

Full walking details
 for 100 miles
View the full walk - East to West

 

 

Walk Video
Click on this button to see a 2 minute Photo Video of sights along the way.


The Millennium Way is a beautiful 100 mile walk in the heart of England which has something to offer every walker or rambler. Check out the 44 short circular walks each of which each incorporate a section of the Millennium Way.

If you are new to walking or a seasoned pro, this beautiful walk in the heart of the Midlands has something to offer everybody. Crossing the counties of Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire, this is a walk that simply cannot be rivaled.

If you are looking for something to really test your walking stamina, why not attempt the whole 100 mile route, taking you from Pershore, Worcestershire to Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire. 

If shorter walks in the Midlands are more your thing, why not try one of our 44 circular walks, from as little as three miles at Broughton Hackett to one of our brisk 10 mile routes.

Planning is key and the Millennium Way boasts a number of Super Wardens and Monitors to ensure you always have the most up to date information about our walks. Being an online only venture means we can constantly update you about our ever changing landscape, allowing your walk to be issue free.

The majority of these walks start, or start as close to, a public house as possible for the convenience of a refreshing drink after the walk.

Each of the 44 circular walks includes a section of the longer Millennium Way route.

Those who walk the entire length of the Millennium Way (in whatever fashion they choose to do it!) will receive the coveted Certificate of Achievement, including a listing on our honour walk.

Have you enjoyed one of our walks? Let us know about it.

All the paths, bridleways and roads we have used in these instructions are public rights of way as designated on Ordnance Survey maps. Following the instructions and walking tips on this web site in no way constitutes any liability on 41 Club that such routes or tips are safe or suitable.  

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