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Recommended Walks in the UK
Walking is a great activity which gets you fit and allows you to take in the fantastic scenery we have in the UK.
Much better than using a treadmill in the gym!
Ok, so you may have to cope with the elements so should always go out well prepared with map and compass and appropriate clothing/equipment for the weather conditions forecast for that day, and being mindful of the time of year.
Britain is renowned for it's national parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty.
Whilst the main focus of MountainWalk is getting you to the summits of the most famous mountains in the UK, there are walks in every county, to suit every ability and level of fitness, and some lower level walks that you may want to consider during the winter, when snow covers the higher peaks and necessitates the use of ice axes and crampons, and requires a knowledge of winter walking skills.
We've put together some information on where you are permitted to walk, and contributors to this site have kindly provided some descriptions of the walks that they have completed and can recommend.
Contributions to MountainWalk
If you have a favourite walk which you would like to share we'd be very pleased to hear from you - and welcome any pictures! Contact email@example.com.
Other UK Walks
Walks in the Carneddau
A description of a walk in Snowdonia taking in seven peaks over 3,000 feet in the Carneddau, or Carnedds from Pen yr Ole Wen to Carnedd Uchaf
The path up Ben Lomond
Ben Lomond is the most southerly of the Munros,and is a challenging mountain to climb for the Novice Walker. It was conquered by a seven year old boy on a particularly nasty day.
A description of the walk to Pendle Hill from Sabden including all the waypoints you'll want to take in, and a summary of the rich history of Pendle including witchcraft and the Quaker movement.
The perfectly laid path to Pendle Summit
Information Pages on Walking:
The Wainwright Walks in the Lake District - whether you're bagging one or all of them you won't come across much better scenery and outdoor experiences than following in the footsteps of Alfred Wainwright.