Caroline Rodgers’ Favourite Locations for Cross-Country Walking in England

Caroline Rodgers is a firm believer in walking. After joining a walking group to keep her accountable, Caroline Rodgers has loved exploring the English countryside on foot. From the Lake District to Cornwall, Caroline Rodgers has explored every inch on foot. Caroline Rodgers is ready to recommend some of her favourite areas for enjoying nature this way.

Cotswold Way, Central England: Caroline Rodgers says that completing this entire walk is only for seasoned walkers, but she encourages beginners to take a day and see how far you can travel in one day. If you are up for a challenge, Caroline Rodgers says the trail stretches for 102 miles throughout the idyllic English countryside.

The Thames Path, Southern/Central England: Caroline Rodgers recommends this trail for city-folk. This path goes straight through the heart of London, so Caroline Rodgers experiments with seeing how far she can walk in a single increment. For adventurous souls, Caroline Rodgers recommends taking a train to Oxford and following the trail back to London. A track like this would take several days, so Caroline Rodgers recommends saving it for a refreshing vacation.

Hadrian’s Wall Path: Caroline Rodgers recommends this path if you have several days to commit to both driving and walking. Located near the Scottish border, Caroline Rodgers says that walkers can walk across the Roman ruins from Wallsend to Bowness-on-Solway.

Wherever you choose to walk, Caroline Rodgers encourages everyone to get out and exercise. Getting fresh air is a good break from a stressful job. Caroline Rodgers uses walking to take her mind off difficult cases at her job as a social worker for the London Borough of Haringey Children’s Services.


About Caroline Rodgers Social Worker

Caroline Rodgers spends her free time taking long walks through the Lake District and Cornwall. Getting out of the city and away from a case helps Caroline Rodgers rejuvenate so that she is recharged for work when she returns. Caroline Rodgers encourages fellow social workers to get outside and enjoy nature. Her work always comes first, but Caroline Rodgers prioritizes taking care of herself too. Enjoying nature gives her the clarity she needs to fight tough cases and give children the protection they need.
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