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  • Putting your walking boots to good use

    e-outdoor-blog | 01/03/2012 13:23:09

    You might like nothing more than donning your walking boots and heading off on adventures to areas of natural beauty. If so, you are spoiled for choice in the UK. The country has many stunning locations for you to explore and the great thing is, you don't have to travel far to access many of them.

    Some of the best areas to visit, along with your Meindl hiking boots and other such products, are the national parks based around Britain. These places generally benefit from a well developed footpath network, making them perfect for exploring.

    Also, the infrastructure they feature is often above average and the routes vary from mild and easy to challenging and mountainous.

    If you are looking to head somewhere in Wales, the Brecon Beacons could perfect for you. Located in the south of the country, this park contains a varied range of scenery, including four mountain ranges. Meanwhile, there is also the Snowdonia National Park, which is situated in the north. It boasts the highest mountain in England and Wales.

    In England, you can take you pick from parks including the Peak District, Dartmoor, the Broads, the Lake District and the South Downs, among other places.

    Meanwhile, north of the border in Scotland, there are the Cairngorms, which is the UK's largest national park, and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.

    As long as you take all the necessary equipment and clothing with you, possibly including Salomon boots and other such items, on your adventures, you should have a fantastic time.

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