The UK might not be the biggest of countries but it definitely punches above its weight in terms of stunning landscapes and breath-taking scenery. As you can see from the UK National Parks map the parks are located across England, Wales and Scotland. Each park has its own character, unique features and beautiful landscapes that’ll have you pulling on your boots and heading for the hills.
Loughrigg Fell, Lake District
The Lake District National Park is one of the UK’s most visited natural attractions for outdoor activities and adventure. England’s largest national park is home to a breathtaking landscape of stunning peaks, emerald green hills and infinite views. You’ll find tors, woodlands, peaks and more than a few lakes – the clue’s in the name. Adventure activities in the Lake District are endless and with its expanse of infinite landscapes and wide open spaces social distancing comes easy.
Trig point at Old Man Coniston with Scafell in the background
With La Fortuna waterfall, natural hot springs, wildlife trails, Arenal volcano hikes and Mistico Hanging Bridges there’s a whole lot to do in La Fortuna, Costa Rica’s volcano town. Did I mention the sloths….? Yes, there’re sloths too. Read on for the best things to do in La Fortuna.
It’s time to take an incredible Colorado road trip!
Colorado has all the essential elements for an epic road trip. From exploring Rocky Mountain National Park trails and saddling up at a dude ranch to urban adventure, farm fresh foodie finds and discovering small town Americana.
Read on for my Colorado itinerary and guide to help you plan an unforgettable 10-day Colorado road trip.
Horses, Stetson hats and cowboy boots. Corrals, campfires and scenic trail rides through Colorado forests. Wide open spaces and the biggest skies you ever saw. Two idyllic days at a Colorado Dude Ranch have left me with a new love. The western lifestyle and dude ranch holidays.
Saddle up, come along for the ride, and discover why I think everyone heading to Colorado should take dude ranch holidays and soak up some Wild West heritage.
A ride in Arapaho and Dude Ranch Holidays at Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado
Alta Badia ski – 130 km of pistes, 6 villages, UNESCO world heritage status and a gourmet food festival in the mountains. Read on for why Alta Badia in Italy should be your next ski holiday destination…
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A ski holiday in Alta Badia in Italy means 130 km of well-groomed pistes, an altitude that ensures good snow conditions and a variety of terrain. It’s also on the sunny side of the Alps with access to 500 kilometres of connected slopes in the Dolomites. You’ll find excellent food, world-class local wines and endless views of the Italian Dolomites. There’s also a large offering of Ladin culture and the best of hospitality. A stay in any of Alta Badia’s villages will put you in pole position to explore the area.