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Long Distance Trails in Britain


View on The West Highland Way

In the UK we are lucky enough to have a large network of long distance trails, from the Official National Trails and Scotlandís Great Trails to the unofficial but equally inspiring routes throughout the UK, including The Skye Trail and The Cape Wrath Trail.

In Scotland the most famous and popular long distance trail is The West Highland Way, a 96 mile route from Milngavie (near Glasgow) to Fort William, which takes you right through the Highlands and has world famous scenery. Englandís most famous trail is in fact an unofficial route, The Coast to Coast, 192 miles of stunning paths that take you from St Bees across to Robin Hoodís Bay. But of course, Wales also has itís own selection of outstanding trails, with The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path being just one of extraordinary merit.

Over the coming months we aim to bring you details of a selection of these fine trails however, in the meantime head over to the official site for more information at www.nationaltrail.co.uk



 
 
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