The 102 mile long Cotswold way passes picturesque villages and historic sites as it travels along the Cotswold escarpment.
Tackle this route and most of all educate yourself with Britain’s most famous Roman fort. The views are best admired in morning sunlight, but avoid the area when its raining as the route can be slippy and boggy.
Enjoy a 13 mile circular walk starting at the First Centre of Marston Vale and Millennium Country Park.
The West Highland Way is Scotland’s first official long distance route, which starts in the outskirts of Glasgow in the lowland of Scotland and leads walkers to the foot of Ben Nevis.
Steeped in history, this 153 mile route offers spectacular views and peaceful landscapes along the North Downs in Surrey & Kent.
Running 100 miles between historic Winchester to the white cliffs at Eastbourne, this route takes in the beautiful scenery of the newly-created South Downs National Park.
Where else could you walk 630 miles of beautiful coastline which makes up the longest National Trail? If you don’t fancy 630 miles there are lovely shorter day walks.