1. Hadrian’s Wall Path
The Hadrian’s Wall Path stretches from the Newcastle suburbs to the Solway. It is a long-distance pathway that stretches over 84 miles all the way to the northern part of England covering barren terrain. You will need some fictional license in some areas, but a good number of the rocks are untouched with dugout forts without enough natural scenes to project a second-century legionnaire. Be ready to be gifted with a blistered foot as a sovereign after you have covered the pathway
2. West Highland Way
The West Highland Way is a long hiking pathway located in Scotland. It covers an impressive 95 miles. The hiking pathway helped to increase the hiking paths in Glasgow. The Highland Way is known to pass through different cities from the city suburbs to the Loch Lomond forest. You will also get to see the desolation of Rannoch Moor and the popular Devil’s Staircase and you will most likely end up not far from the foot of Ben Nevis. During the summer period, this hiking path will introduce you to the perfect Scottish Highlands. Do not forget your repellent or be ready to bear the consequences.
3. The Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall
Don’t expect to see lizards in the Lizard Peninsula. The hiking pathway only got its name from the native tongue of the locals. You will pass through some of Britain’s interesting coastline, with exquisite coves, rugged leaves and various species of exotic of subtropical plants. The Lizard Peninsula takes up a small fraction of the six-hundred-mile marathon path on the Southwest coast and has a seemingly endless sea. You can spend days navigating the paths snakelike partway and filmic crannies.
4. Wester Ross
Since the Monty Halls embraced the simple like of a crofter in the Great Escape instead of embracing the twenty-first century, the Wester Ross coast has become popular as an escape route for people love climbing and hilly hiking paths. The Loch Torridon and Applecross settlements of Shieldaig and Diabaig make for a great scene and an easy sea walk path. The pathway to decent will entertain you with sights from the Torridon that is like a fortress and the popular horns of Beinn Alligin.
5. Helvellyn, Lake District
Helvellyn cannot be said to be one of the highest peaks in the Lake District but it still has a touch of romance to it. It is said to be the favorite partway for generations of Wainwright and Wordsworth walkers.
6. Wessex Ridgeway
The Wessex Ridgeway covers an impressive 137 miles across beautiful landscapes in the southern part of England. The ridge is quite different from the arêtes of Lakeland. You will get to see hidden valleys, open down parts, intimate woods and the Avebury’s stone circles. It is en route to the Cerne Abbas chalk giant and the coast.
7. Tryfan, Snowdonia
It is located in the heaviest rain falls in Britain. It is quite hard to navigate the Snowdonia. It is the home of the only mountain in Britain’s mainland.