Love winter? Whether winter is your favourite season or one you can’t wait to see the back of, a seasonal walk is a fantastic way to raise your mood.

If Christmas celebrations have left you feeling sluggish, a walk is a great way to regain some energy.

The expert team at have shared their favourite walks across the UK, all of which are extremely beautiful during winter.

John Charnock, CEO at StressFreeCarRental, said: “After the over indulgence that comes with Christmas, a winter walk is what we all need to blow those cobwebs away.

“There are some beautiful spots in the UK where you can do just that from the rugged beauty of the Irish coastline to the more refined surroundings in Richmond Park.”

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The UK’s prettiest walks

Winterton and Horsey, Norfolk

John said: “If you’re looking for a lovely stroll along the beach and want to see hundreds of grey seals too, then head to Winterton on Sea and Horsey Gap in Norfolk.”

Watch out for seal pups in December and January although never get too close and only admire the animals from dedicated viewing areas.

Richmond Park, London

John said: “If you live in London, head to Richmond Park for a rural feel. There are a number of walking routes where you can view the roaming deer, wander through the bracken and enjoy the woodland.”

Richmond Park is one of London’s wildest walking areas and watching the deer is a very special experience.

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Monsal Trail, Peak District

John said: “You can hike, bike or take a general stroll along the Monsal Trail which is a disused railway line.”

Make sure to make a stop in Bakewell for a Bakewell tart, one of the region’s most iconic desserts.

Robin Hood’s Bay, Yorkshire

John said: “Enjoy a walk through the village with its tiny cottages and along the beautiful beach.”

There are several pretty circular walks along Robin Hood’s Bay all taking in some of the UK’s most breathtaking coastline.

Aber Falls, Abergwyngregyn

John said: “Take a walk to one of the highest waterfalls in Wales on this three mile walk. It’s always breathtaking, but more so if there’s been lots of rain or it’s frozen.”
Make sure to follow all the signs for safety at Aber Falls. The route also takes in some beautiful woodland.

Loch Morlich, Cairngorms National Park

John said: “The circular walk around the Loch is breathtaking. You can enjoy views of the Northern Cairngorm mountains and the tranquillity of Glenmore Forest.”

The Cairngorms National Park is one of Scotland’s most attractive areas with plenty of wildlife to spot.

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