The LFTOers' Seven Natural Wonders of Britain

Yes, we asked YOU to name the natural features you regard as Britain's seven natural wonders in a recent poll.

And here are the seven you picked. You can download your free routes for all of those chosen and enjoy these magnificant spectacles for yourself...

 

Malham Cove

Malham Cove

A beautiful natural sculpture of limestone at the head of a small valley. This feature was top of the list for LFTOers' most voted natural wonder. The free walk below also takes you down the impressive Gordale Scar gorge.

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 The Black Cuillin

The Black Cuillin

Many believe these jagged mountains on the Isle of Skye to be the toughest climb Britain has to offer. Their dark gabbro rock and rough terrain also make them an imposing site. The walk below takes you on a classic scramble.

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 Old Man of Hoy

Old Man of Hoy

Why do such amazing features have to be so far away? Unless you live on the Orkney Isles, this extraordinary needle takes some reaching. But it's certainly worth the effort. We had to delve through the archives to find this route to the magnificent natural monument.

Click here to download part one of this free route

Click here to download part two of this free route  

 Wasdale

Wasdale by Sue_B

This valley provides some of the classic views of the British Isles. Surrounded by England's highest fells this walk circumnavigates Wast Water to ensure you see this valley from all angles.

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 Cheddar Gorge

Cheddar Gorge by Apringstone

Though you never quite reach the heights of the photo above, you'll be able to get a bird's eye view of this spectacular gorge on this walk. From the cliff tops you can see the cars winding their way through the gorge hundreds of feet below. The view is a real highlight of a trip to the Mendips.

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 Three Sisters of Glencoe

Two of the Three Sisters, by snowman1

The Western Highlands are blessed with unimaginable beauty - but nothing more so than the Three Sisters of Glencoe. This walk begins with a fantastic view of all three and takes you through the Lost Valley.

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Durdle Door

Durdle Door

The unforgettable 200ft archway of Durdle Door is bound to be a highlight of this wonderful Dorset coastal walk. Head down to the beach for the most dramatic view.

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