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100 Greatest Walks in Britain

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Another epic day out, that could well be done in reverse and combined with the previous route to create a mini LDP. In fact, you could link it to the Snowdon Challenge and create an absolute monster. Starting off at Maentwrog or the Oakley Arms, you first ascend Moelwyn Bach, then Mawr before the decsision is taken to head for Cnicht or Allt Fawr. Cnicht makes a logical continuation before then bagging the outliers of Moel Druman and Allt Fawr. Returning over these, you have a wild walk over Moel Meirch and the just too short Carnedd y Cribau, but one of the best views of Snowdon. Finally ascending the least interesting ridge of Siabod before descending whichever route you see fit. 8 summits bagged in this excursion with only the tops to the east of the A470 left over (Manod and Moel Penamnen). 3 Moelwynion from Maentwrog to Capel 4 Rhinogydd from Traws to Bontddu Where is Bradgate Park? – Bradgate Park is located 6 miles north west of Leicester, and was the birthplace of Lady Jane Grey in 1537. It is 850 acres and home to 400 deer.

Where is Helvellyn? – Helvellyn is England’s third highest peak, and located in the Lake District of Cumbria. Located between the two lakes Ullswater and Thirlmere. Where is Blakeney Point? – Blakeney Point is on the north Norfolk coast, between Wells-next-the-Sea and Cromer. Route Highlights: The atmospheric and popular retreat of Llanddwyn Island is a picturesque cove jutting out into the Irish sea. At the farthest point, you have the distinctive Tŵr Mawr (Big Tower) lighthouse. Not quite an island, Llanddwyn is easily reached by foot at all times bar exceptionally high tides. Second place went to the iconic Snowdon mountain in Wales, where the challenging hiking trails and jaw-dropping landscapes continue to draw in visitors from all around the world. Of the top 100 – here are a few of our favourites, which we admit are a little biasaed towards mountain walks and the Welsh Coast. 32 Anglesey Coast Path

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From one end of the country to the other, from the mountains to the sea – we’ve pretty much covered every bit of Britain that there is for hikers to explore.” – Ore Oduba Route Highlights: Walking from the fishing village of Craster, this route crosses paths with the hulking ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, standing upon its remote headland overlooking the North Sea. Visitors to the castle can climb its Lilburn tower, offering far-reaching views over the coast to Bamburgh castle, further down the shoreline. See Full Route >

Good for – history, mythology, beaches and sparkling clean water, Worms Head. 27 – The Coffin Route, Ambleside to GrasmereBased on the results of the largest survey ever conducted into the UK’s hiking habits, the top 100 have been voted for by more than 8,000 walking enthusiasts. Where is Mam Tor? – Mam Tor is in the Peak District, near the town of Castleton in Derbyshire. Mam Tor means Mother Hill. This new two-and-a-half-hour special for ITV pulls on its hiking boots for a countdown of Britain’s favourite walks – featuring locations from the West Highland Way to the Ridgeway and almost everywhere in between. Where is Cat Bells? – Cat Bells is another peak in the Lake District, and a favourite of families as it is not so high and suitable for all ages. Good for – history and architecture, film buffs look out for familiar setting as 60 films set in Oxford. 98 – Richmond Park

Where is the North Antrim Coast Path? – The North Antrim Coast Path runs for 40 miles from Portstewart Strand to Murlough Bay in Northern Ireland. Where is Kielder Water? – Kielder Water is the biggest man-made lake in Northern Europe, located in the Kielder Forest Park. It is also in Europe’s largest Dark Sky Park, perfect for stargazing at night, home to Kielder Observatory. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offers some of the most pristine and wild coastline found in Britain – all open for discovery with its own dedicated National Trail. Along the way, you’ll take the clifftop paths that link the region’s villages and colourful towns to the coves and bays scattered along the shoreline (Full Route: 186 miles). Where is the Four Falls Walk? – The Four Falls Walk is located in the Fforest Fawr massif, west of Merthyr Tydfil, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The four falls are Sgwd Clun-Gwyn, Sgwd Isaf Clun-Gwyn, Sgwd Y Pannwr, Sgwd Yr Eira.

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Good for – wildlife in a varied landscape – 2 breeds of deer live here, woodland, King Henry’s Mound where legend has it that King Henry VIII was standing with third wife Jane Seymour, watching the Tower of London, when second wife Ann Boleyn was executed. 97 – Cave Hill Country Park & Belfast Castle Where is Mawgan Porth? – Mawgan Porth is located on the Atlantic Ocean coast, 4 miles north of Newquay. These walks in the Yorkshire Dales and Forest of Bowland area appeared in Britain's Top 100 Walks on ITV in 2018 (repeated January 2021), presented by Julia Bradbury. They are all accessible by bus or train - follow the links for details.

Route Highlights: Time your visit with tides and you’ll have the opportunity to visit the iconic Worms Head, a distinctive headland protruding out into the neighbouring Celtic Sea and a favourite with photographers. See Full Route > Each title focuses on a popular area of Great Britain and features 28 outstanding circular walks of varying length. Each walk includes a difficulty rating and detailed route information, highlighting where to park, where to stop for refreshment, and all points of interest along the route. Popular with visitors and locals, they are a great way to discover the best an area has to offer. Short Walks As the countdown began, we eagerly awaited to see what trail would come out on top…but the programme also served as a reminder to the sheer amount of beautiful natural spaces across the British Countryside, all inspiration for the next big adventure! Route Highlights: Walking the Llangollen Canal offers the opportunity to cross over the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, designed by Thomas Telford and completed in 1805. From the top, you’ll find some fantastic views over the Vale of Llangollen. See Full Route >

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Where are Bempton Cliffs? – Bempton Cliffs are located on the Yorkshire coast just north of Flamborough Headland.

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