Favourite hidden UK destinations to kick off post lockdown adventure planning
West Woods, Wiltshire
Wiltshire’s West Woods offer an abundance of ancient woodlands, which are a sight to see at any time of year. Visitors can stroll amongst the beech trees, savour peace and quiet or stop for a family picnic at one of the many tables located through the woods.
This destination has many walking trails of varying distances through the West Woods, however, ensure availability of car parks are checked before travelling.
Scale Force Waterfall, Lake District, Cumbria
The tallest waterfall in the Lake District, Scale Force plummets down 170 metres into a dramatic tree-lined gorge. The waterfall can be reached via a 2.5mile round trip, taking in spectacular views of neighbouring National Trust lakes Buttermere and Crummock Water.
Crosby Beach, Merseyside
Just six miles from central Liverpool, Crosby Beach is a wide stretch of sandy coastline ideal for a bracing adventure with views of the Wirral and North Wales.
Home to art installation, “Another Place”, Crosby Beach offers a must experience post lockdown adventure.
Exmoor National Park, Somerset and Devon
Rolling open moorland makes Exmoor National Park a must-visit post lockdown destination. The beautifully scenic ’21 Mile Drive’ consists of a figure of eight route from Lynmouth, where Exmoor ponies, red deer, and British butterflies can be enjoyed.