Great Spring Walks...
April and May are intoxicating months for walking in the great outdoors that will have you striding along with new energy. Need more convincing? Then read on:
Whether it’s the acid green of the grass and leaves, the carpets of blue as the bluebells make their dramatic entrance, or the joyful white of the hawthorn blossom, it’s hard not to be cheered when you’re surrounded by such vibrant colours.
The magic of nature:
The haunting call of the curlew, the first warbling of the skylark, the heady aroma of wild garlic or the waft of coconut from the yellow blossom of gorse bushes – really what’s not to like!
Shrug off winter:
Whether it’s a breezy clifftop walk on North Yorkshire’s stunning coastline near Staithes or tackling some of the country’s higher peaks, there can be no finer way to well and truly shrug off winter.
Life goes by far too quickly which is why it’s great to make the most of those longer days for exploring a new area particularly if it gives you time out from your normal humdrum routine.
It’s not all about exploring though. Just being able to sit outside in early evening in a picture-perfect spot, relishing the fact that you’ve been in the heart of some of the UK’s finest countryside, is relaxing enough!
If you’re feeling inspired to step into spring take a look at our line-up of guided walking breaks and events for the rest of April and May /spring
Our Upcoming events - Snowdonia
Easter in Snowdonia
Learn Navigation Weekend – Independent Mountain Walker
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