Hiking in the Lake District, UK
Hikes & Walks in the UK
Walking in the United Kingdom is as versatile as the country itself. Various national parks such as the Peak District, Lake District and Snowdonia are a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. These are brilliant destinations for your active break. Go Munro bagging in Scotland or enjoy the beauty of the Jurassic Coast in the South. The UK holds plenty of well-maintained walking routes for all experience levels.
The 10 Most Beautiful hikes in the United Kingdom
Where to go hiking in the UK?
England – over hill, to sea
Scotland – warmhearted roughness
What to wear hiking in the UK?
The keyword here is layering. For example, if you are out in Scotland, the weather can vary in one hour. Carrying a thin raincoat is always recommended. To protect yourself from wind up on the mountain tops, bring a thin headband or a loop scarf that you can wear around your neck or as a headband. Make also sure you have sturdy hiking shoes. They should have an excellent tread to give you grip even if the path is wet.