There are spectacular walking and hiking routes in the UK starting from the Welsh mountains to the Lake District. People are often seen to gear up with the perfect equipment and group of friends to go for hiking trails in the European lands. The scenic surroundings and exciting journey while hiking is truly enthralling for adventure lovers. The best summer hiking locations in UK are as follows:

hiking locations in uk

Ben Nevis, Scottish Highlands

Reaching Ben Nevis via Carn Mor Dearg is one of the most stunning hiking options in the UK. It is about 10.25 miles long and the view offered from the top of the Ben Nevis is magnificent.

Bochlwyd Horseshoe in Snowdonia

The distance of this hike is about 4 miles and it involves a scramble of grade-1 that takes you to the top of Glyder Fach.

The Saddle, Northwest Highlands

The distance of this via the Forcan ridge is about 8 miles and offer picturesque views of the Knoydart, the Five sisters of Kintail and of course the sea.

The Coniston Round, Lake district

By going for this 14 mile hike, you need to head in clockwise direction in order to catch the first morning light.

Edale Skyline, Peak district

This is great hiking options and anybody who loves to hike should never miss this 22 miles long hiking trail in the Peak District. It offers mesmerizing view of the surrounding that anyone would fall in love with.

The Calf and Cautley Spot, Cumbria

This is a wild hiking trail that offers spectacular views of the surrounding. This 11.5 miles hiking trail in Howgill Fells is also quite peaceful and you will surely enjoy hiking here.

Ben Lui, Scottish Highlands

Though underrated, this is one of the most beautiful mountains of Scotland. This hiking trail is 11 miles long.

Blencathra, Lake district

This is a classic British alpine beauty and needs to be reached via ridge of Sharp Edge. This is 5 miles long.

Weymouth, Dorset

This stunning coastline offers great view of the bay. The hiking trail between Weymouth and Swanage is something that you will never forget.

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