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Ten of the best British walks from the Telegraph

Nicholas Roe describes them -

There’s a small muddy path running through the leafy gloom of a forest in East Sussex that heads due south up a wearying hill, then levels out suddenly just before a flint stone wall and a stile. If you climb over this stile and walk a few paces beyond the tree-line, you will be amazed at what you see. . .

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Saintbury, in Gloucestershire.

Roe notes that Britain has 175,000 miles of public rights of way. Lovely!

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