Lake District
Easter marks that fabulous time when the days are getting longer, the countryside suddenly pops with colour and lambs are creating mayhem in the fields.

It’s a grand time to be out walking which is why we’ve lined up some corking trips over Easter and close to the Bank Holiday to enable you to bask in all the loveliness.

Celebrate springtime with a sunrise hike up Scafell Pike in the Lakes or take a gentler option with strolls that are jam-packed with variety in the North York Moors and Howardian Hills.

If you’re hankering after a trip to the sea then come with us to the Northumberland coast for a weekend exploring Holy Island and Lindisfarne.

Alternatively if you’re after a real challenge, then we’ve lined up a new one – a 24-mile walk following stunning coastline from Scarborough Castle to Whitby Abbey to celebrate the 50thanniversary of the Cleveland Way National Trail.

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