United Kingdom

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Walks in United Kingdom

3.7 km return
3 hrs

Ben A'an

Ben A'an is one of the most popular amongst Scotland's smaller hills.

Known as a mountain in miniature, the views from it in the middle of the Trossachs are wonderful.

5 km return
90 mins

Bracklinn Falls

A loop walk past the idyllic Bracklinn Falls, a popular local picturesque spot and after crossing over the bridge the route climbs through forestry before descending to the quiet upper glen, with a return by minor road past the wishing well.

2 km return
1 hr

Butser Hill

Butser Hill at 271 metres classify's as a Marilyn (peaks and hills in Britain with at least 150m prominence) and is the second highest peak in the Southern Downs National Park.

Very Hard
312 km one-way
14 days

Coast to Coast

A 17 - 20 day walk, broken at with overnights at quaint English villages, and a couple of bigger towns. Average day is 20ks, and starts in St Bees on the West Coast and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay in the East, cover three national parks. Some days are very long and challenging, some quiet easy. Beautiful scenery. Some navigational skills are helpful, but there are some good guide books available. The trail is not well marked, but quite popular in summer months, recommend a good level of fitness and some back to back long hike training.

2 km return
1 hr

Fairy Glen

A small walk through the Fairy Glen hills, full of peaceful treks and beautiful views.

2.4 km return
45 mins

Giant's Causeway Blue Trail

A short walk to the famous Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. A rock formation on the coast made up of 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns caused by volcanic activity. 1.2 km each way can take whatever amount of time suits. Caution causeway rocks can be slippery. UNESCO World Heritage Site
The causeway its self is at 55.241014, -6.511652

4 km return
3 hrs

Lost Valley

Coire Gabhail is a hidden valley where the MacDonalds of Glen Coe hid their rustled cattle with a very rough track to some beautiful and dramatic scenery.

13 km return
6 hrs

Mt Snowden Summit

Day walk to Mt Snowden Summit

2.8 km return
2 hrs

Old Basing Circular

The Old Basing Circular (2.8kms) is a shorter section of The Basing Trail (11.3kms) which features the highlights of the lovely Old Basing section. This walk features the historic Barton's Mill which is now a lovely pub where you can still view the mill wheels and water race, the River Loddon and the Railway Viaduct that crosses it, St. Mary's Church, Basingstoke Common and finally the historic collection at Basing House including The Great Barn & the ruins of Basing House itself and the older early 12th century motte and bailey castle's earthwork defences.

3.5 km return
2 hrs

Pig Bush and Penny Moor

This short circular walk takes you through the Pig Bush and out onto the moor also passing over Shepton Water which can be quite boggy to cross over. A nice introductory walk to the New Forest National Park. Make sure to keep an eye out for New Forest Ponies.