Tick them off your list! The National Trails of Britain
With over 2,500 miles of National Trail in England & Wales, it is clear to see that this country offers some spectacular walking opportunities! A National Trail is "a long-distance path which has been created by linking existing local footpaths, bridleways and minor roads and by developing new ones where there were gaps." (see http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk) for the official National Trail website.
As well as seeing some beautiful parts of the country, one of the great advantages of walking a National Trail is that the paths are well way-marked and the wonderful National Trail officers do a grand job of maintaining and improving the walks in co-ordination with the help of local highway authorities, volunteers and landowners. Here at Macs Adventure, we are very proud to offer 12 of the 15 National Trails with plans to add to this growing list. Why not start ticking these beauties off your list now?! Cleveland Way Cotswold Way Glyndwr's Way Hadrian's Wall North Downs Way Offa's Dyke Path Pembrokeshire Coast Path Pennine Way The Ridgeway South Downs Way South West Coast Path Yorkshire Wolds Way Have you completed any of these trails? Join the conversation on our Facebook page, we would love to see your photos and hear your stories. We offer travel inspiration, news, tips and also the latest Macs Adventure news!