Get close to the real character of a destination on a relaxing rambling holiday. Tom Le Bas, timeoutdoors’ Travel Editor, explains what’s on offer.
Walking in the Peak District is not just about hills and moors - there are numerous beautiful, gentler rambles to be enjoyed at lower levels, too.
These granite uplands are the largest area of untamed land in southern England, offering wonderful opportunities for walkers.
With a great network of footpaths, beautiful scenery and pretty villages, this corner of England is supremely well-suited to exploration on foot.
The high cliffs and grand views of this most beautiful stretch of English coastline makes for invigorating walking.
With Hadrian's Wall threading its way across the sparsely populated Cheviot hills, and miles of unspoilt coastline, this northernmost corner of England is a great place for a hill walking holiday.
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