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11 travel features tagged “Hiking”

Hiking Wales’ storied coastline

The first long-distance trail to trace a country’s entire shoreline, the 870-mile Wales Coast Path is alive with vibrant scenery and legend, from the Llŷn Peninsula to Pembrokeshire.
Read more… 25 June 2013


Peaks and panoramas of Yorkshire

Explore villages packed with history and tackle challenging mountain hikes in the northern English county.
22 February 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to the Lake District’s walks

This magnificent national park is one of the best places in Britain for a stroll. No wonder that many a poet and writer has fallen for its formidable charm over the years.
Read more… 17 September 2012


Bagging Scotland’s Munros

This challenging and competitive sport involves climbing each of the 284 peaks in Scotland that are more than 3,000ft high.
Read more… 24 May 2012


Walking the new Wales coastal path

The 870-mile cross-country route connects rugged landscapes with idiosyncratic market towns, giving Wales the first coastline that can be fully hiked on a formal path.
Read more… 04 May 2012


Perfect Trip

The perfect trip: The Lake District

Famed for its lakes, mountains and fells, this spectacular corner of northwest England has been a fitting inspiration for artists and poets through the ages.
Read more… 19 January 2012


Britain's winter wanderland

Through the colder months, the British landscape can be at its dramatic, blustery best. Enjoy it on one of these six walks – and warm up by the fire in a cosy pub at the end.
Read more… 22 December 2011


Britain’s best brisk weather walks

In England’s countryside and capital city, there are breathtaking wintertime walks that are fit for a queen.
22 December 2011


Bath from above

An elevated guide to Britain’s most beautiful city.
Read more… 12 July 2011


Walking Great Britain’s great coast

From English rambles to Scottish strolls to walking coastal Wales, these routes take you along beaches, bays, coves and cliffs.
Read more… 26 May 2011


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