Helvellyn with the famous Striding Edge on the left

Want to do one of Britain's favourite walks? We've got you covered.

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Julia Bradbury and Ore Oduba presented a gorgeous visual guide to Britain's favourite walks, with Helvellyn pinching the number one spot. If this programme has inspired you to try one of these magnificent routes then we've got you covered.

The Lake District

The Lake District, including Helvellyn (1), Cat Bells (4), Scafell Pike (5) and the Old man of Coniston (8).


Wales has some incredible areas for walking, including Snowdon (2), Tryfan (6), Pembrokeshire (16) and Pen Y Fan (11). There's also Anglesey (32) and the Brecon Beacons (40).

The North East and North West of England

There's masses of fantastic walking in Yorkshire, the Pennines and the Peak District, including Malham and Gordale (3), Mam Tor (10), Kinder Scout (21) and Roseberry Topping (23). There's also Hadrian's Wall in the Borders (18), the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire (67) and Kielder Water, Northumberland (59).


There's so many places to walk, trek and climb in Scotland that you go for years and not do them all. But highlights include the West Highland Way (14), Ben Nevis (15), The Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye (33) and Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh (43).

The South West of England

The South West of England including Cornwall (Lizard Point, 20), Dorset (Old Harry Rocks, 19) and St Mary's, Scilly (74).

The South East of England

The South East of England, including the South Downs Way (13) and the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path (71).

London and Kent

London and Kent, including Richmond Park (98) and Regent's Canal (90), London, and the Thames Path (63), London. As well as the White Cliffs of Dover, Kent (80).

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