Britain’s Best Walks With Julia Bradbury
In early 2017, T.V. presenter and walking guru Julia Bradbury laced up her boots once more and set out to discover 'Britain's Best Walks'.
During the six-part series she explored breath-taking landscapes, heard local stories and tried out the best watering holes. Three of the episodes focused on her favourite trails incorporating special National Trust places.
With a staggering 24 million of us heading to Britain’s hottest walking spots, it’s clear that this is one of the nation’s most-loved activities. This series showcased great routes across the whole country, and revealed Julia’s insights into our love of walking and what we can learn from these diverse locations.
Special National Trust places featured in three of the episodes, from the wide seascapes of Old Harry Rocks in Dorset to the wooded slopes of the Cheshire countryside, and the rivers and valleys of Watersmeet on Exmoor.
Julia said: “It’s always a great feeling to tog up and get the walking boots back on. In this series I got to explore some of our most distinctive landscapes and show off the enormous variety of our countryside."
"Walking is for everyone, so I’m hoping that this series has inspired viewers to get out there and have fun.”