08 Oct 5 of the best autumn walking routes in the UK
Autumn is possibly the best time of year to explore the glorious countryside locations the UK has to offer. Throughout the Autumnal season, the British countryside comes alive with a warm palette of colours just waiting to be discovered across the picturesque landscapes. Here is a collection of some of the best autumn walking routes to try out autumn…
#1 Killerton Garden Autumn Walk
This is a fantastic walking trail if you really want to see all of the beautiful autumnal colours in the garden. This seasonal walking trail takes you on a short tour around the main paths of the garden, where you can admire deep orange berries of the Chinese Scarlet Rowan, red berries and furry leaves of the Cotoneaster lacteus and much more! This walking route lasts about an hour but it is in the ‘easy’ category – meaning that it is suitable for the whole family. It’s time to get your walking boots on and discover Killerton Garden this autumn!
#2 Autumn Colour Trail at Ashridge
This walking route takes you to see some of the most breathtaking views of Ashridge in autumn. You are guaranteed to see some of the best autumnal colours through this walking trail. You will need to pack your most comfortable walking boots for this expedition as it takes approximately 3 hours to complete! This walking route is also dog-friendly, making it the perfect autumnal day out for you and your four-legged companion.
#3 Armstrong Trail at Cragside
Cragside is a place of beautiful scenery just waiting to be discovered! This walking trail takes you through the main features of Cragside, which includes the house and iron bridge. This is another dog-friendly walking route and with a timescale of approximately 1 hour 30 minutes it makes a perfect Sunday morning walk! We would highly recommend investing in a pair of waterproof walking boots for this trip just in case it decided to pour down!
#4 Bickering Estate Walk
This walking route in Norfolk takes you through the local historical points. Some of which include, Long Plantation, Great Wood, and the Tower. This walking route is suitable for families and is also dog-friendly, however, as it falls under the ‘moderate’ walking category it’s not ideal for pushchairs if you have
#5 Attingham Park Autumn Light Walk
Explore the changing, autumnal colours of the deer park walk taking in views over the open Shropshire landscape. The autumn light of the dimming sunlight creates rich colours in the park, making for the perfect evening walk. This walking route takes you through the river and if you’re lucky you may spot some fallow deer on your walk too!
Don’t forget to pack your best and most comfortable walking boots if you’re heading on one of these walking trails or a hike any time soon! Don’t forget that Grisport, offer some of the best quality walking boots for men, women, and children.