Britain's Favourite Walks: Top 100 - West Highland Way
Read about why GetOutside Champion Zoe Homes chose the West Highland Way for Britain's Favourite Walks: Top 100, to be shown on ITV in 2018
Walking route: 236.1km, Difficulty: Energetic
Other route: 35.1km, Difficulty: Moderate
Lammermuirs Gifford -...
Walking route: 44.2km, Difficulty: Energetic
09-2014 Southern uplands to Abby St Bathans
Walking route: 13.2km, Difficulty: Moderate
17-2014 Cove to Torness
Walking route: 11.5km, Difficulty: Moderate
34-2013 North Berwick to Fidra
Walking route: 11.3km, Difficulty: Moderate
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Bridle Cottage, in COVE
Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2
Delightful, upside-down semi-detached cottage with sea views near Cove on the Berwickshire coast. WiFi. Smart TV. Flexible sleeping options. Washing machine. Beach 1 mile with coastal walks. Dunbar 8 miles.
The Anchorage, in COCKBURNSPATH
Sleeps: 8, Bedrooms: 4
A delightful detached cottage on a cliffside, 1 mile from Cockburnspath, near Dunbar, on the beautiful North Sea coast. Superb views. Open fire. Pet-friendly. Coastal walks, golf and walking opportunities. Dunbar 8 miles. Edinburgh 30 miles.
Harbour View, in DUNBAR
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 3
A semi-detached, harbourside cottage in the town of Dunbar in Scotland. Open plan living. Delightful harbour views. Pet friendly.
The best UK locations for Christmas Walks
Christmas offers so many reasons to put on your walking boots and head out into the great outdoors. Whether it’s to breathe in the refreshing winter air, de-stress from busy shopping centres, or to walk off your Christmas dinner, there’s no denying that nothing will make you feel quite as festive as a walk over the Christmas period- and if it’s accompanied by a blanket of glistening frost- then even better! Here are a few of our favourite Christmas walking locations:
A short hike to Bone Caves
When looking for short hikes along the NC500 that would be big on views, I came across a great article over on the Ordnance Survey website of the five best short hikes in Scotland, which featured one so called “Bone Caves” walk. The caves, that tower over the valley below, are named after the bones that have been discovered here, and that lead this place to be listed as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.