Apart from eating, shopping, and visiting the rich cultural heritage in UK, you can also opt for an adventure trip in UK. There are innumerable options for trekking in UK; however, here are some of the options for trekking in UK.

Tegg’s Nose and Shutlingsloe

This is approximate 12 mile walk from Macclesfield. You can take up a circular route for the same. You can start by crossing the Macclesfield Canal and reach near Macclesfield Golf Course. From the Hollins, enjoy the panoramic view of mountains and the Estuary. You can also view the hundred metre high tower of the massive Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool, the largest cathedral in the UK and the fifth largest in the world. After crossing the Bottoms reservoir and dam you will reach Tegg’s nose reservoir. Once you reach Tegg’s nose you can see pyramid shape of Shutlingsloe poking up above the Macclesfield Forest. Also, do not miss the area where the old quarry machinery including rock crushers, cranes and saws are placed. En-route, you will find an area of rock strata. Also, do not miss the view of Manchester.

Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common

If you are not too adventurous and not so professional trekker and still you want to go for trekking this place is for you. Richmond Park and Wimbledon common is away from the busy life of Britain. You can start this trip from any part of London as it is easily accessible from anywhere due to easy availability of public transport. Start your walk from the underground station and reach Wimbledon railway station.  Richmond Park has mesmerising landscaping and is rich in fauna and full of wildlife. Do not forget to click beautiful pictures of London city from Richmond Park.

Inchnadamph – The Bone Caves

This is a place for people who are interested in visiting caves. This Bone caves near Inchnadamph have a history of over forty seven thousand years. Bones of various species like Polar bear, Northern Lynx, Artic Lemming and many other have been excavated from here and hence the name ‘Bone Caves.’ While you walk this beautiful limestone caves, you will find panoramic views of Fuaran Allt nan Uamh spring where a full flowing river suddenly appears out of the ground from a large shallow puddle. If you plan to take this trip do not forget to carry a head torch to explore inside the caves.

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