Easy to use

We've based our walk sheets on over 20 years worth of experience in both outdoor activities and guide mapping material development. Each sheet is based around publicly accessible footpaths, bridleways, tracks or routes so you can be sure that there are no frustrating access worries.

Guide sheet features

These are just a small selection of the features built into our guide sheets as standard. There are many more innovations we've used too, but we'd hope that you'd benefit from them out on the routes themselves.

From evaluative experience, we've found that our users have relished having everything at their fingertips. Facilities such as: a clear marked route, step by step instructions, an idea of height gained at key points, and additionally, an indication of some of the associated history or flora and fauna on their route too.

A clear route

See your route and direction of travel along footpaths, bridleways and tracks clearly. In addition, you can also see when a stile or gate is approaching via our handy 'X marks the spot' system. Numbered, staged waypoints tie in with our step- by- step directions.


Written step- by- step directions intertwine with our numbered waypoints on each route. Furthermore, we try to let you know upfront of any likely hazards,i.e. traffic on roads or tracks or possible cattle grazing en route.

Height gained

Our numbered waypoints are reflected on a height scale, so you can see potential climbs or likely descents ahead between any points on your route.


When we walk or cycle, we rarely do so without taking in our surroundings. We think a good route guide should also highlight one or more historical, landscape or possible wildlife sites of interest if it's either on or adjacent to your route to help bring an extra level of interest.