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Top 10 walks in the UK

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Published 24/06/2021
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A good walk can do wonders for us, and be beneficial both physically and mentally. There’s nothing better than breathing in the fresh air with the wind 'blowing the cobwebs off’ as some might say. Here are 10 picturesque walks the UK has to offer. The UK has so many simply stunning walks, comment below your favourites!
  • Prawle Point - This is one of the most beautiful walks in South Devon. It feels incredibly remote but it only takes 20 minutes to reach the views. It’s the most southerly point in Devon. The name Prawle Point stems from the old English Praewhyll, “a lookout hill”.
  • Dovedale - It’s only a 15-minute walk to reach a stunning picnic point that has some famous stepping stones across the river. The stepping stones were first laid across the River Dove in 1890 because the area was so popular with Victorian tourists.
  • Mam Tor - This is one of the Peak District’s most beautiful hill walks. The reason it’s called Mam Tor or ‘Mother Hill’ is that it’s surrounded by mini hills that make for incredible views. The walk then carries on to the Great Ridge which is just as stunning.
  • Three Shires Head - You can swim and picnic at this beautiful peak district spot. The pools, waterfalls and bridges mark the point where three counties meet which are Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire, hence the ‘Three’ in the name. The circular walk can be done in 2-3 hours and is suitable for children 6 or over.
  • Loch Lomond - This beautiful Scottish walk is wheelchair friendly. It has perfectly situated tables to have a picnic or a few drinks in front of the view and is a great place to watch the sunset too. There’s also a shelter that frames the viewpoint of Ben Lomond. It’s in the Loch Lomond RSPB Reserve near Gartocharn.
  • Winnat’s Pass - This has one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the UK. To reach it you go through the village of Castleton and climb up the hill. It is a slightly more difficult hike and there are easier routes available to other viewpoints of the pass. You can also walk through the pass or take a drive down it.
  • Durdle Door - If you’d like a superb dog walk head to this place located in Dorset. This place is absolutely stunning. To avoid the crowds, get there early in the morning and watch the sunrise over the stunning beach which has famous arches.
  • Norfolk Coast – Cromer to Sheringham – This area is fairly flat which makes it an easier yet stunning walk on those sunny days. The walk features cute Victorian houses, gorgeous cliff views and also a high point if you are wanting the best views looking down at the rooftops of Sheringham.
  • Thames Path – This walk runs alongside the UK’s most famous river, the River Thames. It stretches over 180 miles and starts in the villages of Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds. The river meanders through historic towns such as Oxford, Reading, Henley and Winsor and of course finally reaches the capital, London.
  • South Downs Way – Located in the Lewes and Ditchling area, Sussex. The area features Tudor mansions, cute pubs and cottages, rolling hills and the famous chalk cliffs with stunning beaches.
As the UK has so many great walks, it’s impossible for us to list them all here - but if we did miss out your favourite, then why not tell us about it in the comments below!

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