The UK’s Best Hiking Trails – Part 4

This is the concluding part of our epic blog to discover the best hiking trails that exist in the UK, in part three we left the Scottish Highlands just as the weather was closing in. In this blog we walk trails over the North Downs, follow the historic Roman Way and tackle the difficult Glyndwr’s…

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The UK’s Best Hiking Trails – Part 3

We began this extraordinary adventure of Britain’s best hiking trails in Northern Ireland and have ventured up to Scotland and walked over the causeway to Lindisfarne. In this third edition, we walk across East Sussex, wonder at the Walberswick nature reserve and climb the magnificent Falls of Glomach. Seven Sisters – East Suffolk Start –…

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The UK’s Best Hiking Trails – Part 2

The second part of our blog continues on some of Britain’s best hiking trails; in part one we visited Wales, Northern Ireland and Cornwall and in part two we’ll visit Yorkshire, Scotland and Northumberland. Leeds and Liverpool Canal – Yorkshire Start – Skipton The Leeds to Liverpool canal is the longest waterway of its kind…

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The UK’s Best Hiking Trails – Part 1

If you really enjoy long walks and more testing hikes, then the UK is a fabulous place to indulge in your favorite pastime. Even though relatively small as a land mass, the UK has some very diverse topology and can give the keen walker terrain that suits anybody. From the mountains of Scotland to the…

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Epic Walks of Britain

There are some stunning walks on the British Isles, for a relatively small country in geographical terms and one that is mainly full to the brim with inhabitants, there is surprisingly a glut of excellent and diverse walks to partake in. These range from mere ambles lasting a couple of hours, to traversing the snowy…

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The World’s Greatest Walks – Part 2

The second giant step into the world’s greatest walks, having already walked around North and South America and a brief stroll in Greece, we now look at England, Argentina and some other remarkable places. Fitz Roy Massif This testing walk is not for the feint hearted, and warm clothing is a necessity to navigate the…

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The World’s Greatest Walks – Part 1

If you love to travel like a pilgrim on your own two feet, then you are probably familiar with taking long walks in highly unusual locations. In this series of blogs, we will be looking at some of the world’s most spectacular walks, some you might be aware of and others definitely not. We will…

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