From castles, to moorland, to cities, to coast, there are so many walks to enjoy in and around Somerset as spring blooms.
Discover one of the great landmarks of the Somerset coastline on this scenic coastal walk across Brean Down.
When you step outside the garden there is a great deal to see in the parkland and across the wider estate. Discover the wonders of our local wildlife with these spring walks.
This varied walk takes in the impressive medieval gatehouse and ruined tower as well as the Castle, with panoramic views over the Bristol Channel, surrounding countryside and the moorland of Exmoor.
Start with a picnic in the meadows before exploring this extensive ancient wood pasture, and greeting the deer, stag and impressive 500-year-old oak tree.
With its weathered crags and pinnacles, Cheddar Gorge plays host to a varied community of specialised plants and wildlife.
This walk across the Stourhead estate takes you through woodlands to King Alfred's Tower offering views across three counties.
A walk across the Tyntesfield estate is the perfect way to see the plants, trees and wildlife.
Feel fresh air in your lungs and wander through the landscape that inspired romantic poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth.
There are plenty of great walking routes close to Bath, Bristol and in north Wiltshire. Here a few to try.
Spring walks with the scent of early flowers, the bright green of newly unfurling leaves and bird song filling the skies. There are plenty of wild places in Gloucestershire to explore - here's a few suggestions.
Here are some places to take a spring walk in Dorset. From coast to island, hill to castle, there's lots of places to explore on foot.