CliftonKeyworth

Clikey one
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By a Slow Ways Volunteer on 07 Apr 2021


Distance

10km/6mi

Ascent

99m

Descent

69m

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Clifton and Keyworth.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Clifton and Keyworth.

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Clifton
Grid Ref SK5544834349
Lat / Lon 52.90375° / -1.17707°
Easting / Northing 455,448E / 334,349N
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Keyworth
Grid Ref SK6181631159
Lat / Lon 52.87439° / -1.08301°
Easting / Northing 461,816E / 331,160N
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Clikey One's land is

Arable 33.8%
Pasture 11.8%
Urban 54.5%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018

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Hugh Hudson

10 Jun 2022 (edited 30 Jan 2023) Spring

This was the second of three Slow Ways routes I walked yesterday, and I walked it from Clifton to Keyworth. No major issues, though it does involve a lot of walking on pavements, and the A60 crossing at Bradmore is a cause for concern, but that road needs to be crossed somewhere and none of the alternative are much better. The path into Keyworth from the Wysall Road is not wheelchair friendly as it is mostly unsurfaced and has a narrow section enclosed by fences. There are also unsurfaced sections between Ruddington Country Park and Bradmore. A pleasant enough walk for the most part, and the main problem areas are not easy to circumvent.

[update 30/1/23: my initial review had a maybe flag, which I have removed because I can't find a safer route, though I may yet submit an alternative one.].


StephenWalker

30 May 2022 Spring

I walked this route from Clifton. The first section is alongside the main road to Ruddington. Southeast of Ruddington village, the route crosses the Country Park before joining a footpath into Bradmore. Along the main street and then a footpath through the houses brings you to the A60. After crossing the road (carefully !) we join Pendock Lane. There is no pavement, but there was not much traffic. After crossing the Bunny-Keyworth road the route follows the Wysall Lane before turning onto the right of way leading to Keyworth. Through Keyworth on quiet residential roads to the 'hub' which lies in the suburbs, but has local shopping/pub etc.


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