Discover the colour on a Great British Walk
Autumn leaves aren’t the only thing brightening up the landscape this season, there’s also lots of wildlife on display. Look out for flashes of colour in the trees on the red squirrel walk at Formby, or see if you can spot rutting deer in the Peak District. If you head for the Northumbrian coast you might catch a glimpse of seal pups on the Farne Islands' wildlife walk.
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Nothing finishes an autumn walk quite like a steaming cup of tea and a big slice of cake. With that in mind we've picked out some great walkers' pit-stops for you to sample. And remember, every penny you spend in our cafés goes back to helping care for special places, so don't feel guilty about having another slice.
It's been a colourful autumn so far and there's still plenty time to get out and explore. Our outdoor places make a great backdrop for an autumn walk with so many different shades on display. Enjoy a red sunset walk at Wicken Fen or stroll through the canopy of orange oak trees on Snowdon.
Our book of walks
If we've whet your appetite for more outdoors expeditions, then there are plenty more in our new book. From Stonehenge to Sutton Hoo, from mountains to beaches, this is a great guide to get you outdoors and exploring.
Hills fit for hiking
Head for the hills this month and enjoy some special views. We look after lots of green spaces with plenty of great walks on offer. Find a hill near you, pack some supplies and enjoy.
If you'd like to try walking somewhere new this autumn then plan a stay at one of our holiday cottages and explore the local area. We have holiday retreats up and down the country and in some great walking locations.
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Bringing the dog?
Caring for coast paths
The British coastline has to withstand some pretty extreme weather. Just walking along our coast paths you can see the changes that have taken place. Thanks to your support we're busy preparing for the winter ahead.