Scenic Walks in the UK

Walking is a great way to boost your endorphins and connect you to nature. It is a great method of self care to add into your routine! If you find yourself looking for a little adventure to break up the working week, here are a few of the most scenic walks you can do in the UK. There are plenty more all across the UK so make sure to research more closer to your area if these aren't quite within your reach.

1. South West Coast Path

Padstow to Tintagel

2 days, 20.5 miles

Fancy a weekend by the Cornish coast? Take a ferry ride across the Camel estuary, from Padstow to the village of Rock. Then enjoy two days of walking along the Cornish coast at its wildest and most wondrous: look out for fishing boats and seabirds in the cliffs and check out the surfers paddling in the waves. 

2. South Downs Way

Lewes to Ditchling

1 day 7.5 miles

In beautiful Sussex you will find amazing Tudor mansions, quaint little pubs and cottage gardens backing onto the Downs. A full day of strolling through scenic paths will give you a well earned break from work and time for reflection.

 

3. Ancient England

Northumberland

5½ miles

This Northumberland trail is a beautiful, and much shorter path, if you are looking for a day of mindfulness and sight seeing. Expect sweeping sand dunes with wild flowers in spring. This route beings in Craster and heads along the coast to the ruined Dunstanburgh Castle. Then continue on to Greymare Rock, a limestone feature made by volcanic activity.

 



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