The Best Chillin in United Kingdom

Looking for the best chillin in United Kingdom? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around United Kingdom. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top chillin spots in and near United Kingdom

  • Giant's Causeway, Ireland, United Kingdom

    Photograph the Giant's Causeway

    4.4
    Alright, so there are 2 different ways to see this place: 1: Paying a lot of money for a tour and hotel 2: My way, sneaking in and camping (DISCLAIMER: This is Not legal, but Not illegal)From Belfast you will have to take a bus or train to Coleraine and from Coleraine, the bus to Bushmills. Make ...
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  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    Watch the Sunrise from Arthur's Seat

    4.7
    2.4 mi / 650 ft gain
    Catch a beautiful sunrise (or sunset) from the top of Arthur's Seat. Although you are in the middle of Scotland's capital, you will feel as if you've reached the Highlands. The surrounding, panoramic views, the awesome silence, and the absence of urbanity, from certain viewpoints, makes this a ve...
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  • Highland, United Kingdom

    Explore Ft. William, Scotland's Steall Gorge

    5.0
    3 mi
    Just about 10 miles from Ft. William and only a few miles from the end of the West Highland Way you can find the Steal Gorge along with Ben Nevis. Ben Nevis is a famous hill in Ft. William with an amazing view of a lake. Everyone in Ft. William knows where Steal Gorge is located. To get there, yo...
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  • Highland, United Kingdom

    Overnight at Lookout Bothy on the Isle of Skye, Scotland

    5.0
    3.1 mi
    The Lookout Bothy is at the northern most tip of the Isle of Skye at Rubha Hunish. It is a small, primitive hut that overlooks the North Sea. There are binoculars and whale charts, a shovel for a biff, but not much else by way of amenities – just amazing views and shelter from the wind and rain!D...
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  • Richmond, United Kingdom

    Explore the Royal Botanic Gardens

    4.5
    A fairly easy drive from London, a couple of minutes, parking is accessible and cheap. The entrance of the gardens cost about 15 Pound. But its worth it, trust me. The gardens feature so many things, from tropical to semi-arid, to the many flowers of the world. The restaurant / cafe features some...
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  • Highland, United Kingdom

    Hike the Quiraing on the Isle of Skye

    5.0
    3.5 mi / 1115.5 ft gain
    The trailhead for The Quiraing starts at the summit of the road between Staffin and Uig.  Descend towards the Quiraing and loop around through the sheep's gate along the ridge back to your car.  There is minor elevation gain on the way back, but you are rewarded with amazing views of the isle.  I...
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  • Highland, United Kingdom

    Visit The Three Sisters in Glencoe, Scotland

    4.7
    The "Three Sisters" also known as Bidean nam Bian Mountain in the Scottish Highlands resides in the Valley Glen off A82 going towards the town of Glencoe northwest of Glasgow and Stirling. Entering "Three Sisters Car Park" into google maps or GPS will get you there just fine. This part of Scotlan...
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  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    Explore Edinburgh Castle

    4.7
    3 mi / 500 ft gain
    This historic castle sits atop Castle Rock high above the city of Edinburgh. Humans have occupied the area with some form of a fortress since the 2nnd century. The first royal castle was built in the 12th century and has continued to present time. The castle is currently home to the Scottish crow...
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  • Stirling, United Kingdom

    Explore Devil's Pulpit (Finnich Glen)

    0.6 mi
    It was hard to find it be we made it! Coordinates: 56°02'01.6"N 4°24'51.4"WBetween Croftamie and Craighat, there is an intersection (from Croftamie to Craighat it will be on you left). Park your car here and follow the main road by foot. You will see a small path along the road. Follow it until y...
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  • Dorset, United Kingdom

    Hike to Old Harry Rocks

    4.7
    3 mi
    From the car park in Studland village, take the lane (Manor Rd) down by the Bankes Arms pub (it should be on your right). Turn left by the public toilets on to the path signed for Old Harry. Continue along this path for approximately 30 minutes and you'll eventually reach the coast and Old Harry ...
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  • Dorset, United Kingdom

    Hike to Durdle Door

    5.0
    4 mi / 150 ft gain
    The shingled beach that lies at the foot of Durdle Door can be easily accessed via a footpath and steps over the hill from Lulworth Cove (2 miles) or down from the car park of Durdle Door Holiday Park. When heading down the steep hill to Durdle Door you will notice the spectacular Man O’War Cove ...
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  • Moyle, United Kingdom

    Explore Carrick-a-rede

    5.0
    Located just over an hour north of Belfast lies the tiny island of Carrick-a-rede and the famous rope bridge that connects it to mainland Northern Ireland. The rope bridge was initially built as a way for fisherman to access their fishing nets back in 1755. In 2008 it opened to the public and is ...
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  • 86a, United Kingdom

    Hike to Falls of Falloch

    5.0
    0.6 mi / 33 ft gain
    In order to reach the Falls of Falloch there is a small shaded parking lot directly off A82. From here there is a well maintained path leading from the parking area and following the Falloch River. After a short distance you will reach a junction in the path and you will stay right down some step...
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  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    Hike Up Calton Hill

    4.8
    2 mi / 300 ft gain
    Calton hill is a great place and one of the easiest places to watch a beautiful Scottish sunset....as long as the weather cooperates. I tried for three days in a row to catch a great sunset from the top of Calton Hill. I was able to capture an average sunset, but nothing like the amazing pictures...
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  • Summerbridge, United Kingdom

    Explore Brimham Rocks

    4.0
    Brimham Rocks is protected by the National Trust of the UK and offers a fun day trip of balancing rocks that stand around 30 feet tall. There is also a series of walking paths throughout the entire site so you can choose which area you'd like to explore. Don't be afraid to get close - climbing on...
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  • Earl Sterndale, United Kingdom

    Hike to Chrome Hill via Parkhouse Hill

    5.0
    5 mi / 1500 ft gain
    Both Parkhouse Hill and Chrome Hill are a must see if you're planning to explore the Peak District. There are several ways to access both Parkhouse Hill and Chrome Hill but this route begins at the Quiet Woman Pub in Earl Sterndale. From behind the Quiet Woman pub (go around the side of the pub),...
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