Discover heather-clad mountains, incredible stargazing and endless walking and cycling trails to explore.
Located in south Wales, the Brecon Beacons National Park has four dramatic mountain ranges, rolling hills and historic man-made landscapes that offer brilliant walking and cycling for all abilities. The Brecon Beacons is also one of the best places in the world to get lost amongst the stars as the entire park is an International Dark Sky Reserve.
Explore idyllic waterways, gaze at the big skies and spot some of the UK’s rarest wildlife.
The Broads is the UK’s waterland National Park with over 200km of navigable waterways, over a quarter of the UK’s rarest wildlife, majestic windmills, ancient monasteries and so much more to enjoy. The gentle landscapes and quiet country lanes of East Anglia offer some truly relaxing walking and cycling.
Experience the UK’s highest mountain range, explore ancient pine forests and become immersed in the Scottish wilderness.
Situated in Scotland, the Cairngorms is the UK’s largest National Park and has some truly breath-taking mountain landscapes that are great for hillwalking, climbing, cycling and even skiing. It is home to amazing wildlife including red squirrels, pine martens and golden eagles.
Discover wild open moorlands, iconic granite tors, ancient monuments and rich local history in the south of England.
The vast heather-covered moors, wooded valleys and many rivers of Dartmoor National Park offer incredible wilderness just waiting to be explored by foot or bike. An abundance of quaint medieval villages and wild ponies make Dartmoor a truly special place to visit.
A unique mosaic of expansive moorlands, woodland valleys, rolling hills and dramatic coastline.
With its endless footpaths and sheer variety of views, Exmoor National Park is a firm favourite amongst walkers. Keep an eye out for Exmoor ponies, observe local wildlife and marvel at the stars as you explore this ancient and wild landscape.
An awe-inspiring landscape of high fells, deep glacial lakes and quaint rural villages.
Now a World Heritage Site, the rugged yet beautiful Lake District National Park offers some incredible fell-walking and has the highest mountains in England. Get active in the hills, take to the many lakes or relax in one of the idyllic villages found throughout the Park.
Home to the largest lake in the UK, multiple stunning lochs, extensive forests and dramatic mountain ranges.
With over twenty large lochs, rugged mountains in the north, rolling lowland hills in the south and loads of unique villages to discover, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park offers something for everybody. Get walking, boating, climbing and exploring one of Scotland’s most-loved landscapes.
Marvel at the endless woodlands, wild heathlands and roaming ponies, cattle and sheep of this truly unique landscape.
Once a royal hunting ground, the New Forest National Park covers ancient woodlands, wild open heathlands and stretches of beautiful coastline in southern England. Go walking amongst the roaming animals and get a true sense of escape.
Enjoy fascinating ancient monuments, tranquil rolling moorland and the beautiful uplands of The Cheviot hills.
Northumberland National Park is the perfect place to get away from it all; whether you choose to walk the remote heather-covered hills, admire the iconic Hadrian’s Wall or gaze at the stars in Europe’s largest area of protected night sky.
A place of extraordinary surprises, from wide open moorland and swathes of purple heather to dazzling dark skies and a glorious coastline.
There is so much more to the North York Moors. High hills, deep wooded dales, crinkly coasts, ancient abbeys, tumbling streams and timeless villages – everything that’s great about England, in fact, and perfect for walkers and cyclists.
Discover breath-taking views of stunning limestone valleys, rugged gritstone landscapes and magnificent stately homes.
Nestled in the heart of the country, the Peak District is the UK’s original National Park. A contrasting landscape made up of rugged, rocky moorlands and grassy limestone dales, the Peak District offers incredible walking, cycling, historic houses and world-class rock climbing.
Towering limestone cliffs, golden beaches and hilly volcanic headlands make up the UK’s only fully coastal National Park.
The beautiful beaches, cliffs, harbours and coves of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park are unforgettable. Stroll along the 300km coast path to admire the surroundings and don’t forget to look out for incredible marine wildlife such as seals, dolphins and basking sharks.
Dominated by the impressive Snowdonia mountain range, discover picturesque villages, fast-flowing waterfalls and a coastline of fine sandy beaches.
With the largest mountain in Wales, wooded valleys, historic villages and endless trails to walk, Snowdonia National Park is a truly amazing landscape. Go hill-walking on the trails, follow some incredible mountain biking routes or take a leisurely ride on the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
Discover the world-famous white cliffs, rolling green and gold hills, ancient woodland and lowland heaths of South Downs.
Stretching across the south of England, the South Downs National Park, with its long distance paths, cycle routes and rare wildlife, is a real haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Get inspired by the rolling hills, dramatic cliffs and picturesque villages found throughout the National Park.· · ·
An area rich in farming heritage, discover heather blanketed uplands and rolling green valleys scattered with traditional field barns and drystone walls.
The majestic rolling hills, old stone villages and farming heritage of the Yorkshire Dales truly showcases the best of the British countryside. Extensive footpaths and bridleways offer cycling, riding and walking for all abilities, from gentle strolls over the undulating countryside to the impressive Three Peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.