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Autumn in Britain


As the landscape begins to rest once more, beech and maple trees light up our woodlands, and moorland is turned crimson as the autumn sunshine catches on the flowering heather. The shortening days and approach of winter can often provide exhilarating walking and cycling, and the clear light on a crisp morning is ideal for photography.
So… grab your walking gear and enjoy!

We're offering a special 25% discount on a selection of UK guidebooks where you can best enjoy the colours of autumn:

In the far north try Arran, the Great Glen Way or the West Highland Way, where autumn hillsides and trees are radiant. Then there are great autumn walks in the north such as St Oswald's and St Cuthbert's Ways, Cumbria's Eden Valley, the Cumbria Way or maybe a selection of Low Level and Lake Walks in the Lake District. Further south, visit the Dark Peak, Norfolk, the New Forest, Shropshire the Wye Valley or maybe walk the Pilgrim's Way

These are just a small selection of ideas – hope you find one of these inspires you to get out when it's fine!

 

Pillar and Steeple from Lingmell. Photo by Mark Richards, from Great Mountain Days in the Lake District.
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