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The South Downs Way
For those visiting London and wanting to extend their tour of England with a convenient rural experience, the South Downs Way is probably for you. The South Downs way stretches for 100 miles from Winchester to Eastbourne. The trail passes through the jaw-droppingly beautiful landscape passing river valleys, ancient woodlands, stunning villages, thatched houses and country gardens. The last section of the walk takes you across the chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head.
Walk along 85 miles of this UNESCO world heritage site and one of the most popular walking trails in the United Kingdom – and for a good reason. For those who love history, and archaeology the Hadrian’s Wall Path is the perfect walk wrapped in the most beautiful landscape. The wall cuts through the stunning Northumberland countryside providing walkers with challenging yet enjoyable terrain and a view of the wall.
Pembrokeshire is one of the prettiest corners of Wales and in fact the United Kingdom. Quite understandably it’s an area growing in popularity with walkers and climbers due to its high rugged sea cliffs and opportunities to see the wildlife including seals and puffins. The coast path traverses the coastline for 186 miles and traverses the harsh rugged coastline. You will come across secluded beaches and sleepy fishing villages, unchanged for centuries.
This walk will fill your lungs with fresh sea air, leaving you feeling energized and revitalized.
The Peddars Way and Norfolk coast path make up one complete National Trail, taking you through Norfolks Finest and most varied environments. The walk offers the opportunity to experience a quiet corner of England, passing through beautiful villages which tend to avoid much of the tourism magnetised to the Cotswold and South Downs. The Peddars Way follows an old Roman Road, leading to Hunstanton, before joining a coastal path, taking you along to Cromer, through an area of Outstanding Natural beauty and various Victorian seaside towns.