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Walkers in Wasdale, Cumbria. ⒸNTPL/Joe Cornish

As part of its walking festival, the National Trust is launching a suite of two-day walks in National Parks, in countryside cared for by the National Trust. The National Trust chose five National Parks to explore on foot: Exmoor, the Lake District, Snowdonia, the Peak District and the South Downs. Whether moorland, woodland or mountains our walks will take you through some of the best landscapes that Britain has to offer.

The walks have been written by environment and travel journalist Mark Rowe. All five walking routes have been walked personally by Mark and designed with local knowledge from National Trust Rangers along the way. Our local teams are passionate about the landscapes in their care and were keen to share their thoughts with Mark on what makes their area of National Park so special.

This article was published on the National Trust website. Read it here.

 

  •  23 December 2011