Best Walks to Consider This Autumn

It is just natural for active people to keep thinking about their next walking destination. For sure you know that autumn is the season of colors, so you may want to go somewhere where you can enjoy everything that autumn has to offer. The good news is that there are a lot of destinations for you to explore.

The Enchanted Forest

The Enchanted Forest

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This forest is located in Pertshire and it is considered to be the best place for an autumn walk. The hills are all covered by a myriad of different colors and you can enjoy the echoes of the roaring stags. This is a truly special experience of sound and light. If you take a walk in the forest you can be sure that there will be a lot of surprises.

The Calderdale Way

The Calderdale Way

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This walking route is 50 miles long and it offers a lot of different sights to see. You will catch a glimpse at the Bronte moorland, autumnal woodland, and meandering canal towpaths. This route also offers a walk through small towns like Mankinholes and Lumbutts.

Upper Wharfedale

Upper Wharfedale

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It doesn’t take too much effort to walk along this route. You can get something to drink at The Falcon and wonder through the moor and woods and you will get a nice sight of Wharfedale and Kilnsey Crag. You can also go all the way to Kettlewell or take a turn towards Littondale.

Morecambe Bay

Morecambe Bay

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You should get some macaroons at The Bakehouse and start your journey towards Arnside Knott. Rest for a short while and take a look at Lakeland Fells and Moreacembe Bay. Then descend to Silverdale and walk for four miles along the coast, all the way back to Arnside.

Wye Valley

Wye Valley

If you choose this route, you will have to start at Staunton. Follow the forest tracks to Lady Park Wood. Then head it south to Suck Stone. Make your way to the golden canopy of the High meadow woods and maybe you will want to make a stop at the White Horse.

Mortimer Forest

Mortimer Forest

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The starting point of this walk is Ludlow, which is well-known in the gastronomic circles. Your next destination should be Kington in Herfordshire. This route makes it possible for you to enjoy all the colors of fall. You should try to make the best of the views at Two Clee Hills, Cotswolds, and Malverns.

You can choose from a lot of routes, but it is best to check them all out.

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