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Best Walks - Walks and Walking in Britain

Hills around Crianlarich is a comprehensive guide to the Best Walks in Britain. You can find information and routes to some of the best walking, as well as helping you plan your walk by providing a guide to accommodation, books, maps, gear and much more.

Our most recently added walk:

The Fairfield Horseshoe The Fairfield Horseshoe - Extended
The Fairfield Horseshoe is a very well-known circular classic in the Lake District. This route is a slight extension of that popular horseshoe, ideal for those who enjoy the classic route but want to try something a bit more demanding. Starting and ending in Rydal, this route takes in 5 summits, including Fairfield (873m), before heading out to Patterdale, and finishing by using the Scandale Pass. A route of great mountain and lowland variety.

Ruin at Cwm-yr-Eglwys Newport to Fishguard
This is the second day of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, it is much gentler than the first, not only in length but it is also much less undulating. However, you will still get the same dramatic scenery and superb coastal views that you enjoyed on the first day.

Loch Lomond in the Sun The Old Man of Coniston
Standing at a height of 803m/2,634 feet, The Old Man of Coniston is one of the most iconic mountains of the Southern Lake District. Overlooking Coniston Water, this route takes you up The Old Man using the simplest and most direct way, ideal for those looking for a great mountain day.

New on the Website is now under new ownership and we are planning lots of exciting developments to the website. We have just added a new walk, The Fairfield Horseshoe - Extended. There will be more to come very soon!
Site Last updated 22nd October 2016

Walk of the Week

Glen Sligachan

Starting in the small coastal village of Elgol, this linear walk is one of the most visually stunning days of The Skye Trail.

Glen Sligachan

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