7 Spring walks to enjoy this Easter

The Iron Bridge
The Easter holiday is a great time to get some fresh air! From dreamy beaches to jaw-dropping mountains, the National Lottery has supported more than 42,000 heritage projects UK-wide that will give you a chance to stretch your legs.

Exploring the Causeway

Facing the North Atlantic Ocean, a landscape of dramatic cliffs is waiting for you. The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Site, invites visitors to explore one of its four exciting walking trails. For those with a sense of adventure, there is a 5-mile-hike with a stunning cliff top view.

The Giants Caseway

A stroll on the beach

The Jurassic Coast in Devon and Dorset encourages visitors to walk through 185 million years of geological history. This World Heritage Site offers family friendly activities like fossil hunting that will give you plenty to do this Easter holiday.

The Jurassic Coast

A walk in the park

Northumberland National Park may be the perfect place for those looking for a ramble. Diverse walking routes introduce visitors to different sites, including the ruins of Hadrian’s Wall, Europe’s largest surviving Roman monument and a World Heritage Site.

Hadrian's Wall

Sightseeing in the forest

Those seeking an adventure can head to Epping Forest. Located between London and Essex, this stunning site has several walking trails allow visitors to explore its 2,400 hectares of ancient woodland. Alone or with your family, this will be a fantastic day out!

Epping Forest

Wandering around the garden

There is no Spring without flowers! Having a wander through Dumfries House’s Walled Gardens in Scotland is the perfect option for families with young children. You can walk through thousands of flower beds, stroll by a stunning Palladian country house and explore Dumfries’ stunning maze.

Dumfries House and Garden

Crossing the river

Walk in historic footsteps at Iron Bridge, one of the sites that symbolizes the start of the Industrial Revolution in the West Midlands. There, you can also walk across the beautiful River Severn, one of the longest rivers in the UK. There are several activities suitable for the entire family that will make your visit both fun and educational.

The Iron Bridge

Hiking in the mountain

Snowdonia is not only the largest national Park in Wales but it’s also the home of Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. Snowdonia has many scenic walking trails that will give you a wonderful view of the park. Go on a hike and get the ultimate workout after an Easter feast!