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7 BEST HIKING DESTINATIONS IN ENGLAND

 

This is a guest post by Emma Higgins from one of our favorite travel blogs, Gotta Keep Movin’. She has been up to some amazing adventures recently, and we are excited to have her share some of her favorite hiking spots in England with you! 

With endless rolling hills and verdant greenery, England is packed with prime hiking spots. While putting together my print guidebook, A Year in the UK and Ireland, I’ve had the chance to walk in countless different places around the country, and each of them are special in their own unique way. Here are the best hiking destinations in England.

1. THE LAKE DISTRICT

An old classic. The Lake District in north England is one of the best places in the UK for hiking, and more or less every other outdoor activity you can think of. This National Park’s undulating mountains and vast bodies of water (the largest in England) are prime locations for adventure.

7 best hiking destinations in the UK

Top spots for a walk include the area next to Keswick – where you can scramble up the peaks of Skiddaw or Blencathra and look out over Derwentwater – around Coniston, or along the Langdale Pikes. That said, every inch of the Lake District is worth hiking across, so you can’t go wrong.

2. THE NORTH NORFOLK COAST

With an official coast path that runs along its entirety, the north Norfolk coast in east England is the perfect place for people that love to walk by the ocean. This area is particularly suitable for those who aren’t keen on trekking up hills – it’s one of the flattest