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    Looking for the best photography 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.

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    • Glenfinnan, United Kingdom

      Hike to Corryholly Bothy

      5.0
      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

      5.0
      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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    • Cheddar, United Kingdom

      Rock Climb at Cheddar Gorge

      1 mi / 50 ft gain
      The gorge is split into 2 sections, the north side and south side of the road – the north side is accessible year round, but the south side is subject to periodic closures and is worth checking with the entrance station if it is open (a general rule is that it is closed between march and June due...
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    • Cornwall, United Kingdom

      Hike the Cliff Paths from Zennor to the Gurnard's Head

      5.3 mi / 30 ft gain
      Start at The Tinners Arms at Zennor. There is a carpark right next to the pub with an honesty box. Head up the road past the pub until you reach the church and then follow the signposted public footpath down to the coast.  Once you reach the coast itself, head west and follow the footpath along t...
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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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    • East Sussex, United Kingdom

      Hike the Seven Sisters Cliffs

      5.0
      6 mi
      This hike begins at the Seven Sisters Country Park, accessible from Eastbourne by way of Bus 12A towards Brighton. From the car park, walk south to a stony beach at Cuckmere Haven, where a view of the white cliffs will be to your left. Backtrack slightly (1/8 mile) to find the trail which leads u...
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    • Rye, United Kingdom

      Go for a Historical Walk in English 1066 Countryside

      8 mi / 500 ft gain
      From London, I got a high speed train to Rye on the South East coast of England. Rye and the surrounding towns, more famously Hastings, are known as 1066 country and are steeped in English history. There are lots of walks available online and at the tourist information centre in Rye, but I chose ...
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    • Rievaulx, United Kingdom

      Explore the Ruins of Rievaulx Abbey

      Preserved as a historical site, Rievaulx Abbey used to be a monastery for religious orders. The ruins sit on a small hill and can be explored and photographed as they are beautiful monuments against the beautiful English countryside backdrop. The ruins are maintained and administered so that ther...
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    • Avebury, United Kingdom

      Explore the Avebury Stones

      1 mi
      The  Avebury Stones are a short distance from Bath in southwestern England. Exploring them only requires a short distance of walking, but rewards with views of the surrounding rural setting and a number of historic fixtures of this area. From Bath, drive, bus, or taxi to the village of Avebury. T...
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    • Edinburgh, United Kingdom

      Stroll Victoria Street

      5.0
      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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    • Edinburgh, United Kingdom

      Explore the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh

      5.0
      Just a 1.5 mile walk from Edinburgh Castle is the Royal Botanic Garden of Edinburgh.  It’s worth a stop and you could easily spend 1-4 hours here. Plus, it’s a fun walk from downtown Edinburgh.  There’s plenty of shops and restaurants along the walk, or just soak in the architecture. Additionally...
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    • Greater London, United Kingdom

      A panoramic view at Primrose Hill

      Just north of Regents Park, Primrose Hill provides a lovely sweeping panorama of London. It's just a short walk up to the top, where you can snap shots of the London skyline. It's best accessed from the Chalk Farm tube station -- it's about a 15min walk from the station to the hill. Head over 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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    • 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 Botallack in Cornwall

      1 mi / 65.6 ft gain
      The old mine at Botallack is a National Trust property in England. This mine was once a sub-sea tin, copper and arsenic (!) mine, and many of the old buildings are still standing today, being looked after by the the National Trust. Seeing the buildings perched right on the rocky cliff sides is qu...
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