Best UK Country Walks

Getting out and about at a UK countryside location is great for good health and family fun. In fact, in a recent study its shown that walking regularly can improve your mood, reduce anxiety, and help you sleep much better. Just a mere 20-30 minutes a day can help lift your mood, and taking a weekend break at only one the listings on our site can truly bring a smile on your face for weeks after. We decided to pop together some of the best places to get out and enjoy the UK countryside.

East of England Walks
Below you will find a few places in the East of England for a springtime walk, from fresh displays of daffodils to carpets of bluebells all popping up across the East of the UK.

Anglesey Abbey

Why not consider the gardens at Anglesey Abbey very much worth a visit, but in spring they really come to life, and you can find out more thanks to the National Trust.

Ashridge Estate Walk

At the stunning Ashridge Estate witness bluebells creating an amazing carpet of blue, then a why not walk at on the Estate ground here in Hertfordshire is the one for you, find out more here.

The Blickling Estate, Norfolk

Why not admire the spring flowers on a walk around the Blickling Estate. The daffodil lined avenues are a beautiful sight in the gardens and the displays to be seen are very wonderful and worthwhile seeing.

Dunstable Downs, Bedfordshire

Why not consider a walk along the top of the dramatic chalk hills at Dunstable Downs in Bedfordshire. Here you will also find burial mounds before heading back up through ancient hidden tracks.

Felbrigg Estate, Norfolk

Fancy a nice walk around Felbrigg Estate in deepest Norfolk, but don’t worry this wonderful estate has a lot to offer. Take in lovely spring views across the lake, with many new plants sprouting, along with trees getting greener there is a lot to see.