Created by: Anna Brownlow
Explore the enchanting, diverse beauty of England and Wales on a trip that traverses three of their most beautiful national parks.
Begin in the rugged mountainous landscape of Eryri (Snowdonia), hiking to hanging valleys, thundering waterfalls and across the flanks of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon). Learn about the region’s rich industrial history, visiting old mines and a fascinating museum. Then, travel east to the sweeping moors and wind-carved gritstone of the Peak District. A hillwalker’s paradise, enjoy spending time within its extensive bounds. Explore historic houses and beautiful gardens, hike across the billowing heath and stop for lunch in charming, bustling cafes. From the old market towns of the Peaks, travel north into the verdant embrace of the Lake District National Park. A UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its spectacular wild landscape, pastoral beauty and literary heritage, there is no better place to bring your wonderful trip to a close.