The Lake District
Covering more than 912 square miles, England's largest National Park is known for its mountainous landscapes, rugged coastline and spectacular lakes. It is home to England's deepest (Wastwater) and longest (Windermere) lakes, 26 miles of spectacular coastline and more than 22,000 hectares of Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
Explore the spectacular mountains, fells, dales and Wainwrights and visit the mesmerising lakes and tarns of the incredible Lake District. Discover hidden paths, forests, waterfalls, rivers and caves when you embark on an adventure to the breath-taking Lake District with us.
The Peak District
Covering more than 555 square miles of spectacularly contrasting landscapes, dramatic geology and breath-taking views, the UK's original National Park is the idyllic location for your next hiking adventure.
Explore magnificent moors, dales, rivers, springs and caverns while you peer across the landscapes people have been admiring for thousands of years.
The Peak District houses more than 1,600 miles of public rights of way spanning over 5 counties and comprising the true heart of England.
Commonly described as the land of contrasts' North Wales is a land of spectacular beauty boasting dramatic landscapes, brilliant beaches, miles of coastlines, gorgeous countryside, thrilling mountains and fascinating ancient culture.
Stretching from the borders of Wrexham and Llangollen in the East to the coastlines of Anglesey and Llyn Peninsula in the West, the relatively small area packs in an awful lot of mesmerising beauty and incredible walking spots.
Climb 1,085m to the summit of Snowdon enjoying views over Snowdonia, Anglesey and even Ireland on a clear day, explore castles built by Welsh princes and wander through picturesque villages like Betws-y-Coed, the gateway to Snowdonia.
Embark on an adventure to Cheshire and discover so much more than shopping and footballers wives. Explore the historic Macclesfield Forest and enjoy climbs up Cheshire's Matterhorn, Shuttlingsloe, through what was once part of the Royal Forest of Macclesfield created by the Norman Conquerors.
Enjoy views over the dramatic Cheshire Plain across to the Peak District from Alderley Edge, which was once a bronze age burial site and is rumoured to be the resting place of King Arthur and his knights. Take an amble through Teggs Nose Country Park, enjoying spectacular scenery, great country pubs and a warm Cheshire welcome. Cheshire is a must for any walking enthusiast and country lover.