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7 Best Walking Desintations in the British Isles

January 6, 2017

Walking around the great outdoors is extremely popular, especially amongst caravanners; taking in all the beautiful scenery of the British Isles. But do you really know the best place to walk, whether it’s a stroll or a hike, we have the top 7 sorted!Snowdon

Snowdon, Gwynedd

Outside of the Scottish Highlands, Snowdon is the highest mountain. There are multiple routes to take, all of different abilities and there’s even a few mountain bike trails. For a bit of mid-walk relaxation, why not have a coffee at the café at the summit of Snowdon?

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Keswick, Cumbria

Located in the Northern Lake District and with easy access for the M6, it is within reach of many different walks. From strolls around the lakes to scrambling over rocks and mountains, there is something to suit all walkers.

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Edale, Derbyshire

Whether it’s easy walks in the Peak District or complicated climbs and difficult descents for the more experienced walker, both are surrounded with breath-taking scenery of the hills.

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Ambleside, Cumbria

Another from the Lake District, Ambleside allows for a great base for all walkers. Connections to Langdale and the Coniston Fells along with easy walks around the town, it really has it all.

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Brecon, Powys

In the Brecon Beacons there is a mix of walking routes, from hill walking to full hiking. The classic route is to explore the highest peak- the Pen y Fan, including its inspiring landscapes of the beautiful area.

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Castleton, Derbyshire

Castleton is situated in-between the Dark Peak in the North and the White Peak in the South, ideal for exploring the stunning scenery of the Peak Districts National Park. It really is just a choice of which route you want to take.

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Coniston, Cumbria

A favourite for walkers wanting to climb the highest point in Lancashire; known as the ‘Coniston Old Man’. Or if you want a slow stroll, the shore of the Coniston Water is beautiful. Great for mountain bikes as well with the option to ride along the Cumbria Way Bridleway.

 

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