Monday, 10 March 2014

Fed up with the weather?

So are we! It might seem like this winter is dragging on and on, but it can't last forever. That's why we're looking forward to spring, summer and beyond by planning some great walking trips around the UK's National Trails!

The National Trail website will help you to plan a visit to some of the best trails in England and Wales, whether it be a short afternoon walk, bike or horse ride, or a full-on, long-haul trek. Whatever you're looking for, you'll get to explore the countryside; see some beautiful scenery, and some amazing British wildlife to boot!

Currently, there are 15 National Trails. Walkers can enjoy them all; cyclists and horseriders can enjoy the Pennine Bridleway and the South Downs Way, as well as sections of the other trails. In total, England and Wales have around 2500 miles of National Trails, so what are you waiting for (but make sure you're wearing your walking boots!)

The England Coast Path will be the newest (and longest) National Trail when it is complete. The first section has been created in Weymouth, just down the road from H&H HQ (take it from us – it's stunning!), with more sections due to open this year.
Check out the helpful map on the National Trail website to find walks near you, or if you're planning a trip away, use it as a starting point for a walking holiday ... what better excuse to go exploring?

For more information, check out the National Trail website.

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