Must Do Hikes In The UK

Must Do Hikes In The UK

If you’re looking for some famous UK hiking trails to add to your bucket list, then these are our picks of must do hikes in the UK!

Must Do Hike 1: Hadrian’s Wall Path

This hike spans over 73 miles in northern England and is one of Britain’s most spectacular ancient monuments. Hadrian’s Wall was named after the Roman emperor who ordered it built. Today it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The 84-mile path running alongside it is dotted with ancient settlements, forts and fascinating museums. This is the highest section of the Wall, offers magnificent views of the Lake District and Pennines.

Must Do Hikes In The UK

Must Do Hike 2: The Lizard

The South West Coast Path twists and turns its way for 630 miles along the coastline, from Minehead in Somerset to Poole Harbour in Dorset. The path does get busy in summer, but you can still find hidden coves to stop for a refreshing dip.

Must Do Hikes In The UK

Must Do Hike 3: South Downs Way

With wildlife, white cliffs and watering holes along the way, the 100-mile South Downs Way is a beautiful hike to do. The route begins in Winchester until you reach the chalk cliffs at Eastbourne. It takes around eight days to hike the entire easy-to-follow route. However it’s warned to make sure you stay well away from the edges when hiking along the cliffs. There are frequent landslips and no fence.

Must Do Hikes In The UK

Must Do Hike 4: Coast To Coast

This 192-mile walking route runs from one coast of England to the other.  The trail picks its way from St Bees Head on the Irish Sea to Robin Hood’s Bay on the North Sea. Along the way, you will cross the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors. Three national parks in one walking route! It also has incredible views.

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