Walk Away your Blues in the UK

If work is getting you down and you need to energize your senses, you should take a weekend off and explore the magnificent peaks around UK. If a walking holiday is what you desire, you should know that select locales prove to be unmatched walking routes for all adventure thirsty travelers.

A few of the best trekking destinations are highlighted below:



Scottish Highlands

The adventurous lots are mesmerized by the Munroe’s which is a range of 300 peaks about 3000 feet in height. However trekkers at all levels can enjoy these highlands. You do not have to be an expert to spend your weekend amidst these rugged highlands. The highest peak is Ben Nevis and stands tall at 1344 meters. The best route will be the West Highland way running from Milngavie to Fort William.

Lake District

If you are on the lookout for some poetic inspiration, this is definitely the trail you should follow. A heady mix of deep lakes, mountains and valleys makes this tour perfect for those who want to soak up the goodness of nature on their feet.


The highest peak is the Scafell Pike at 978 meters and the best way to get to the Lake District is by participating in the Wainwright Memorial Walk. The walk was created by Arthur Wainwright and is a 102 mile walk covering the most magnificent spots.

Peak District

If you are looking for a serene walk, do not let the name intimidate you. Peak district is for those who want a gentle walk along the hills. Positioned in the heart of England, it is easily accessible from Sheffield and Manchester.

Kinder Scout, the highest peak stands at 636 meters. The High Peak Trail is easily the best walk. It is a 17 mile walk and you can be sure of witnessing some of the best views in the region.

Snowdonia

Snowdonia is one of the most picturesque walks you will ever undertake. Snowdon is the highest peak in the region (1085 meters.),

but there are many other mountains such as the Tryfan, Cnicht and Cader Idris that are worth mentioning as well. So, get ready to walk away your blues!



Dharmendra