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
Seven Sisters Country Park is a beautiful East Sussex beauty spot and landmark. The iconic coastguard cottages, Cuckmere Haven and the Seven Sisters cliffs walk to Birling Gap make for an epic day out.
View of Seven Sisters Cliffs, East Sussex
Updated June 2021
The towering Seven Sisters cliffs, near Brighton, in East Sussex are part of England’s South Downs National Park. The cliffs stretch along the Sussex Heritage coast from Cuckmere Haven to Birling Gap in the East Sussex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The Seven Sisters cliff walk is one that every hiker should do at least once.
The South Downs roll along one side of the Seven Sisters cliffs and the English Channel reaches into the horizon on the other. If you love stunning coastal views, meandering rivers and dramatic chalk cliffs then you should spend a day at Seven Sisters Country Park, in East Sussex.