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  • East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom

    Explore the RSPB Bempton Cliffs

    / 0 ft gain
    About an hour away from York, the RSPB Bempton Cliffs are great for birding, walking along the coast, and if you are lucky, seeing some grey seals and harbor porpoises swimming below. The RSPB has great talks about all the birds to give you a better overview of what you're looking at.Walk along t...
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  • Stirling, United Kingdom

    Camp at Loch Lomond's Sallochy Campsite

    Loch Lomond is a large freshwater loch that sits on the boundary of the Scottish central lowlands and the highlands. While the loch is a popular destination for many travelers, Sallochy Campsite provides the unique opportunity to camp right on the loch. There are 30 designated sites that are £5 p...
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  • Perth and Kinross, United Kingdom

    Hike the Hermitage, Scotland

    4 mi
    Arrive at the Hermitage Car Park right off the A9, and the trail begins just feet from your car. The trail goes through dense forest along the banks of the River Braan, continuing on the path takes you to The Black Linn Falls viewpoint, also known as Ossian's Hall. Not too far from there you will...
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  • Saint Andrews, United Kingdom

    Catch A Sunrise at the St. Andrews Castle

    There is no better way to start your morning than by waking up to a picturesque sunrise and warm cup of coffee.  In Scotland, where a beautiful day is when it only rains half the day, catching a sunrise can be a bit of a challenge. But with a mix of rain, the sun piercing through the clouds and a...
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  • Highland, United Kingdom

    Explore Balnakeil Beach, Scotland

    4 mi / 300 ft gain
    Balnakeil Beach is located 5 minutes North West of Durness Scotland. Putting "Balnakeil Beach" into your GPS should do the trick.Once you have arrived you can park your car for free by old church ruins right before the path to the beach. There is a main path you can walk on, close to the beach, t...
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  • Kent, United Kingdom

    Photograph the Old Lighthouse in Dungeness

    3 mi / 0 ft gain
    Traverse the Dungeness Headland via Dungeness Rd for an easy loop around the Old Lighthouse. When exploring the headland you can expect to see various nautical artifacts scattered across the shoreline as well as abandoned boats and beautiful seaside cottages. Please note that the cottages are pri...
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  • Perth, United Kingdom

    Take in the View at Kinnoull Hill, Scotland

    0.5 mi
    Arriving at Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park is about a 1.5 mile walk from the center of town, or if arriving in a vehicle you can enter "Quarry Car Park" into your GPS and you should not have an issue.Once there you can leave your vehicle in the Quarry Car Park for free and the walking path is a coup...
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  • Moyle, United Kingdom

    Photograph Dunseverick Castle

    Records of Dunseverick Castle date back to the 5th century. In the 9th century Viking raiders attacked the remote coastal fortress. Quick research suggests that the castle was intact and in use until the mid-17th century. Today, all that remains are a few tall, skinny corners of the castle gatelo...
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  • Scottish Borders, United Kingdom

    Hike to the William Wallace Statue

    1 mi / 500 ft gain
    Finding the statue of William Wallace is a fun and worthwhile adventure suitable for the whole family. To get there begin by finding a small dirt parking lot located off B6356 between the towns of Bemersyde and Dryburgh. Be sure to not leave valuable belongings in your car, the area has historica...
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  • Glenfinnan, United Kingdom

    Hike to Corryholly Bothy

    5 mi / 1640.4 ft gain
    The trail is easily found, and starts 100m down the road from the Glenfinnan viaduct and monument visitor centre in a small gravel carpark. Walk through the small gravel carpark and onto the paved estate road.   Follow this track as it gently sweeps through the Glen for 8 kilometres before turnin...
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  • Port Ellen, United Kingdom

    Walk the Three Distilleries Path

    7 mi
    The Isle of Islay is considered the center of Scotland's whisky tourism. Remote, pictureque and smelling of malt, the island is home to eight active distilleries, with as many as 25 located on the island throughout the years.  Although a few tour companies offer taxis and guided tours, for a real...
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  • Cumbria, United Kingdom

    Hike up Blencathra

    4.5 mi / 2306 ft gain
    Getting there: Follow the A66 towards Scales and once you are about 2 miles away from Threlkeld, you'll find a quaint pub called the White Horse Inn. To begin the hike, park your car anywhere along the side of the A66 (near the pub) or alternatively, you can park in the car park next to the White...
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  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    Stroll Victoria Street

    It’s a must do while in Edinburgh.  It’s featured in films like Cloud Atlas, One Day, and Eurovision. It’s even said to be the inspiration for Diagon Alley in Harry Potter! Check out the shops, grab a drink at one of the coffee shops or restaurants, and be sure to take some pictures of this gorge...
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  • Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

    Explore the Dunnottar Castle in Scotland

    To actually go into the castle (we did not do that, we just walked around the outside) you need to buy tickets AHEAD OF TIME ONLINE. It costs around £8 for an adult.  Buy your tickets here. When we went we just walked around the outside of the castle and didn’t purchase a ticket.  Fun facts:  The...
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  • Glasgow City, United Kingdom

    Catch a Sunset at the The Necropolis

    The city of Glasgow has a lot to offer and this is a gem I am happy we had the opportunity to check out while we were here. It may seem odd to suggest a graveyard, but it’s a beautiful site.  The graves are intricate and the views are endless.   Some history:  The burial ground was intended to ...
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  • Cornwall, United Kingdom

    Explore the Ruins of Tintagel Castle

    If you love tales of Knights and legends, then you simply HAVE to visit Tintagel on the Cornwall coast in England. Even if you think these stories are just for kids, visiting for the scenery and the history alone is worth it. The Legend / The History Tintagel is a small village in North Cornwall,...
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