These are the most picturesque walks in the UK

As of 29 March, the government has officially dropped their ‘stay at home’ order and replaced it with a ‘stay local’ message. If, however, you are already looking forward to exploring further afield as lockdown restrictions are eased again over the coming months, this list of the most picturesque walks in the UK might just pique your interest and inspire a staycation.

Without further ado then, let’s find out where we should all be planning a walking holiday or day trip in the UK this summer…

Robin Hood’s Bay. Photograph: Getty Images.

These are the top five most picturesque walks in the UK:

1. Snowdon Llanberis Path, Snowdonia

2. Whitby to Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire

3. Stonehenge from Amesbury, Wiltshire

4. St Ives to Zennor, Cornwall

5. White Cliffs of Dover, Kent

With views across the sea to Ireland, Snowdonia is a very popular spot for walkers but if you fancy a day trip away from the crowds, the UK’s most secluded beaches are also a good bet for a quiet coastal getaway. About time we invested in a pair of walking boots we think!

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