March with your band of merry men along the Robin Hood Way

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Admire city attractions, magnificent country parks and magical forests as you walk the legendary 105-mile Robin Hood Way through Nottinghamshire.

Covering a distance of 105 miles, the Robin Hood Way is the ideal way to explore the county on foot.

Start your walking holiday at the Robin Hood statue outside Nottingham Castle before making your way to Sherwood Forest, home of the famous Major Oak.

The walk was developed by the Nottingham Wayfarers’ Rambling Club and is clearly marked on Ordnance Survey maps. It promises accessible paths and undemanding terrain for both intrepid hikers and those who want to complete sections of the route at a leisurely pace.

When your activity holiday takes you to the north of the county, make sure you rest your weary legs at the award-winning Brown’s of Holbeck, where a cosy room and delightful gardens await you.

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