One LAST Thing winter walking
embrace the great outdoors with our favourite coastal, country and city walks
Feeling a bit too much like a stuffed turkey after all that Christmas and New Year’s indulgence? It’s time to heave ho off the sofa and embrace a day in the great outdoors. Trying to choose from the British Isles’ endless number of enchanting walks is enough to make even the keenest of ramblers want to take a nap, so we’ve done the hard work for you and picked our favourites. And, hey, where there are country walks there are country pubs – and the views are way better than your local gym... Coastal
We’ve fallen for the majesty of Dorset and Devon’s Jurassic Coast all over again. Whether it’s the splendour of Lulworth Cove or Chapman’s Pool (pictured), or the pretty pebbles of Chesil Beach and Budleigh Salterton, this stretch of landscape is guaranteed to blow the cobwebs away. City
Who needs Italy when you can enjoy the delights of Little Venice? This charming series of canals by Warwick Avenue tube station is widely considered one of the sweetest spots in London town. After spending a morning wandering the twisting waterways, head over to Regent’s Park and grab a lo-cal bite by the boating lake. Country
When the first snow falls, there are few places more magical than Blenheim Great Park in Oxfordshire. Aside from the spectacular palace, there are over 2,000 acres of grounds and Capability Brown gardens to explore. Don’t forget your toboggan!
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