The 3 Best Walking Routes In North England
The North of England is home to some of the most incredible walking routes in the world. There are few areas of the UK which offer such a diverse and contrasting scenery, with amazing accommodation, quaint country pubs and such a wide range of things to see and do, it makes the perfect place to head on a walking holiday. Here’s some of the north of England’s best walking routes:
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The Northumberland National Park is perfect for a walking trip and has some of the most spectacular views in the UK. With over 900km of countryside to roam, you’ll never get bored of exploring this gorgeous part of the world. Plenty of the walks has cute cafes and country pubs along the way, with stopping off for a quick cuppa and a luscious scone a must. There’s a range of challenges peaks and more leisurely circular walks so you can really take it at your own pace, check out the Northumberland National Park website to find the perfect walk for you.
2. The Lake District
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Arguably, the UK’s most popular walking holiday destination, the Lake District is immensely beautiful. Hosting the scenery that inspired the romantic poets, it has some of the best walking routes in the world with views that are unrivaled. Head there today on a walking holiday with Macs Adventure to experience it all for yourself. Be sure to check out the famous Lake Windermere to take in all its peaceful charms.
1. The Peak District
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The beautiful Derbyshire villages nestled in the Peak District are some of the most quaint and beautiful in England. Surrounded by gorgeous rolling hills, there’s an abundance of different walking routes to choose from. Tackle the famous Mam Tor to take in gorgeous views of the limestone parts of the national park. There’s plenty of accommodation nearby and an array of country pubs where you’ll be able to get a delicious meal and a well-deserved pint, if that’s what you’re looking for.
With so many different areas of the north of England just perfect for a walking holiday, the trickiest bit of planning your trip is deciding where to go. With this inspiration to get you thinking, you’ll be able to start planning an unforgettable walking holiday you’ll be sure to enjoy. Who knows, you might even go back and try out the other destinations once you discover just how beautiful the North of England really is.