Trekking and cycling are exciting ways to spend your holidays. It allows you to explore the local beauty of the place as well as giving you a chance to interact with the locals and enjoy the local cuisine. UK is a popular destination for tourist interested in its rich cultural heritage, shopping and eating. For people looking for some adventure, there are a few wonderful options for trekking in the UK. They are:
Tegg’s Nose and Shutlingslons
A trek to Tegg’s nose and Shutlingstons is a 12 mile walk from Macclesfield. You can take a circular route starting from Macclesfield crossing the canal and reaching the Macclesfield golf course. Enjoy the panoramic view of the mountain and Estuary from Hollins. During the trek you view the largest cathedral in the UK, the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool. After crossing the reservoir and the dam you will reach Tegg’s nose reservoir. From here you will see the pyramid snapped reservoir of Shutlingsloe poking above the Macclesfield forest. You will cross rocky strata and the area where the old quarry machinery like rock crushers, saws and cranes are placed. TO conclude your trek you will be treated by the mesmerized view of Manchester.
Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common
This trekking route is a good escape from the busy life of UK and is perfect for people who do not want much adventure. You can start your trek from anywhere in London, walk from the underground station and reach the Wimbledon railway station. The landscape and flora and fauna of Richmond Park are mesmerizing, which is the perfect place to click pictures.
Inchnadamph- The Bone Caves
People who enjoy tekking in caves, the Bone caves are the perfect place, While trekking in these limestone caves, you will enjoy the panoramic view of Fuaran Allt nan Uamh spring. Here suddenly a full flowing river appears out of a large shallow puddle.