6 April, 2022
Here are five beautiful walks for you to plan and enjoy in the UK this Easter.
The largest of the Inner Hebrides, Isle of Skye is one of the top locations in Scotland to visit, especially for walkers. It is famous for its scenery and breathtaking landscapes. This walk covers approximately 9 milees and 1400 feet of elevation. Click here for route information.
England's largest National Park is not only famous for its lakes but also for its forests and mountains. This walk is one of our favorites covering 6.5 miles and about 1800 feet of elevation. It's a moderate walk with a steady climb up to Angle Tarn from Hartsop via Boredale Hause followed by a stroll along a ridge with great views over to Helvellyn then up to Rest Dodd dropping down to Hayeswater. Click here for the route information.
This is a Peak District walk that includes some slightly less walked areas of the National Park.
The Park includes the Dark Peak, where moorland is found and the geology gritstone, and the White Peak, a limestone area with valleys and gorges. Mother Hill, also called, Mam Tor, sits on the edge of the Dark Peak and the White Peak which means you can enjoy some fantastic views of the limestone sections of the National Park from there. This walk is slightly longer at about 9 miles and offers a great circular route to explore. Click here for the route information.
Whether you’re looking for a challenging long-distance multi day hike or simply a breathtaking day walk, the South West Coast Path has it all. This 630-mile National Trail has been described by Lonely Planet as ‘walking at its most diverse, most spectacular and most delicious’. We couldn't agree more. This walk from St Agnes Head car park covers approximately 6 miles and uncovers some of the best beautifully wild and ruggedness that the South West Coast path has to offer. Click here for the route information.
There’s so much to explore in Somerset such as the Cheddar Gorge which is one of Britain's most spectacular natural landmarks ! This circular walk with ascents and descents explores the famous Cheddar Gorge in the Mendip Hills with great viewpoints from the cliffs. This stunning hike through Cheddar Gorge starts from the BLack Rock car park. Click here for the route information.
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