One FREE Walk in each National Park!

Are you visiting any of Britain's national parks this summer but not sure where to walk?

Hopefully this page will help. We've selected one great walk from each of the national parks of England, Scotland and Wales.

We've include the South Downs too - this isn't yet a national park but will become one in the next few years.

Be sure to check route details before you head off - some walks are much harder than others.


Cairngorms: Arctic Ascent
This classic route takes you across a wild plateau to the top of Cairn Gorm itself. It gives you a real chance to explore this steep, rocky and unique wilderness.
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Loch Lomond and the Trossachs: Ben Lomond
It may be the obvious choice but Scotland's most southerly Munro is breathtaking. You won't be alone up there but you'll get cracking views of all directions and you'll tower above the world famous Loch Lomond.
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Ben Lomond, in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs


Northumberland: The Cheviot Hills
A great walk if you love the feeling of solitude. Here you climb over four small hills along the southern edge of the national park with some great views to boot.
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Lake District: Blencathra
A fantastic day walk just off the A66. The route to the top takes you up the ominously named Sharp Edge. While care is needed on its ascent, the ridge is not as imposing as it first seems - it's good fun!
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Yorkshire Dales: Pen-y-Ghent
Climb one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks from Horton in Ribblesdale. From the top you'll get great views of the other two peaks - Ingleborough and Whernside.
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North Yorkshire Moors: Farndale
This walk features a great contrast, from the beautiful Farndale valley to the bleak Rudland Rigg - an ancient highway running across the moors.
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The Peak District: Grindsbrook Clough
A beautiful route up a stream from Edale valley becomes a quick scramble to get to the top where you can admire the pillars of rock, which have been weathered into extraordinary shapes for many thousands of years.
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Grindsbrook Clough, Peak District


Snowdonia: The Glyders
A fantastic linear walk along the entire Glyders range starting at Tryfan's north ridge. You'll get to climb five of the Welsh 3000m peaks and can make use of the very handy Sherpa bus service.
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Pembrokeshire Coast: Skomer Island
Several ferries take you the 15 minute trip from the mainland to this wonderful island each day. Once there, you're spoilt with prehistoric remains and the largest colonies of seabirds in southern Britain.
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Brecon Beacons: The Black Mountains
These mountains are far more rugged than they first appear. But as well as the breezy summits you can enjoy beautiful deciduous woodland and explore the remains of an Iron Age fort.
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The Broads: South Walsham
Not only do you get to see the Broads at their best, you get to see the unmistakable remains of St Benet's Abbey, with a mill built inside the gatehouse.
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Exmoor: Tarr Steps
This walk takes you along the River Barle and features the famous ancient clapper bridge of Tarr Steps. It also passes a stone circle and features fantastic views and open moorland.
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Tarr Steps, Exmoor


Dartmoor: Widecombe in the Moor
This walk rises to Hameldown Trig Point and features an ancient granite longhouse, a Bronze Age pound with hut circles and even some old tin workings. There are some fantastic views across the national park too.
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New Forest: Fritham
This is a charming walk at the heart of the New Forest. As well as the woodland sections you're treated to beautiful pastures, winding lanes, unspoilt cottages and peace and quiet.
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South Downs: Seven Sisters
A wonderful cliff top walk in an area designated as Heritage Coast. The chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters are a huge attraction but the walk also encompasses the Cuckmere Haven estuary and part of the Friston Forest. 
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Seven Sisters, South Downs