Where to walk in Leicestershire

There are lots of different walking routes and paths to follow throughout Leicestershire. You can use our public rights of way map to find new routes to walk.

The Choose how you move website has lots of information about walking in Leicestershire, including:

Public rights of way

Our interactive map shows the different types of public rights of way.

This is not the Definitive Map and is for guidance only. For statutory or formal purposes (e.g. 'searches') arrange to view the official map or purchase an extract

Only the Definitive Map itself provides conclusive evidence of the existence, location and status of a public right of way.

Temporary diversions are in place at Bardon Hill Quarry which are not shown on the map below

For path numbers and descriptions click once on a line.

Report a problem on a public right of way

If there is a problem on a public right of way, please let us know.
This includes:

  • broken or damaged stiles, gates, bridges
  • overgrown / overhanging vegetation
  • obstructions, eg fallen trees /branches
  • damaged or dangerous path surfaces
  • damaged or missing / misleading signposts

Report a problem on a public right of way

If there is a problem with a roadside pavement please use our report a road problem form

Further reading

The countryside code – advice about visiting the countryside

Public rights of way: Local highway authority responsibilities

Public rights of way: landowner responsibilities