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Cheddar Gorge Walk: The Ultimate Guide

The Cheddar Gorge Walk is one of Somerset’s finest hikes. Otherwise known as the Cheddar Gorge Circular Walk, Cheddar Gorge Cliff Top Walk or Cheddar Gorge Hike, the trail provides awesome views of the immense gorge. The trail itself is...

Cornwall’s 2 Best Hikes Are Much Better During Winter

Being a well-known holiday destination in the UK, Cornwall is always chockablock full during summer. This can lead to busy hiking trails, which can take the enjoyment and calmness out of your hiking experience in Cornwall. The solution is simple,...

The Ultimate Guide to the Malvern Hills Circular Walk

It’s hard to beat the stunning Malvern Hills when it comes to hiking in the West Midlands of England. But, which Malvern Hills trail should you choose in this area of outstanding beauty? We highly recommend the Malvern Hills Circular...

Flamborough Head to Bempton Cliffs: Don’t Miss the Drinking Dinosaur

Located in the East Riding of Yorkshire, the Flamborough Head to Bempton Cliffs walk is easily one of the best coastal routes in the UK. But, many walkers will miss the outstanding Drinking Dinosaur attraction, located along the coastline at...

The 8 Best Hikes in Menorca: Camí de Cavalls Highlights

If you’re keen on epic coastal walks in Europe, look no further than Menorca. Situated in the Mediterranean, this Balearic Island is well-known to hikers for its multi-day (7–10 day) 184km Camí de Cavalls route, which circles the entire island....

The Ultimate Guide to the 9 Best Hikes in Mallorca

Out of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca has the most diverse landscapes, making it the best island for hiking. Sure, Menorca has some cracking coastline walks along the Camí de Cavalls, but otherwise, it’s quite flat, similar to Ibiza. That’s where...

The Complete Guide to the 9 Best Hikes in Malta

When it comes to European hiking destinations, we’re sure Malta didn’t come to mind. But, with sublime coastline, mindblowing natural attractions and fascinating historical sites, Malta has key elements that make it an idyllic place to hike. This idea not...

The Ultimate Guide to Hiking Ben Macdui and Cairngorm

Being Scotland’s and Britain’s second-highest mountain (1,309m), Ben Macdui is well-known to British outdoor enthusiasts. Located in the Cairngorms National Park in the Highlands of Scotland, the Ben Macdui and Cairngorm (Cairn Gorm) route is a fantastic trail option for...

The Complete Guide to Hikes Along the NC500

The NC500 route in Scotland boasts scenic driving, beautiful wildlife, stunning beaches and gorgeous mountain landscapes. Since its launch in 2015, the NC500 has become increasingly popular and information about it is gradually emerging online. But, you’ll struggle to find...

How to Find the Green Lochan (Green Loch)

The Green Lochan (otherwise known as An Lochan Uaine or the Green Loch) is an incredible lake in the Cairngorms National Park in the Highlands of Scotland. The otherworldly green-coloured lake can be explored via a few different routes including...
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