8 Of The Best Winter Walks Across The UK

Cragside, Northumberland

Rothbury borders Northumbria National Park. The National Trust has the first hydroelectric and hydraulic house.

Robin Hoods Bay

Another coastal walk,this four-mile circular route takes in all the charm of Robin Hoods Bay, with incredible views out across the North Sea.

Wollaton Hall, Nottingham

If you’re after a family-friendly walk this Boxing Day, then we recommend heading to Wollaton Hall just on the outskirts of Nottingham.

Lackford Lakes Nature Reserve

Shoveler, Lapwing, Goosander, Bittern, and Goldeneye flock to Lackford Lakes in winter, making it a must-see for twitchers.

Marlpit Hill, Kent

This walk starts and ends at the family-friendly Swan Pub in Edenbridge, takes around two hours to complete, and while moderate, includes several stiles.

Kinver Edge, Staffordshire

Take a walk into the past and discover the Rock Houses at Kinver Edge. Although there are a range of routes to explore, the Rock House Trail is a great choice for Boxing Day

St Ives To Zennor

The walk from St Ives to Zennor is roughly six miles and can be completed in either direction.During the winter months, this must-visit Cornish destination is far less crowded than in peak season – but no less spectacular.

Cragside, Northumberland

Lancashire's largest and most important historic semi-natural woodland, the Forest of Bowland, is a declared Area of Outstanding Beauty and known as the Switzerland of England. 

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