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United Kingdom

Stone Tower
Castle Scotland



Peak District

Hiking and Trail Running

This popular national park has no peaks but the lack of summits doesn't make it any less breathtaking. It has many routes to choose from including the Pennine Way, the UK's oldest long-distance trail. 


This park includes hikes from just a few hours to several days, where you can enjoy meandering past the sheep that are everywhere! While you're there, pay attention to the sounds of the rivers and the feeling of being immersed in nature.

Southwest Coastal Path

Hiking and Trail Running

If you have seen photos of the British coastline, they must have included some of the picturesque landscapes from the Southwest Coastal Path.


It stretches for an undulating 630 miles (1,013 km) following the ups and downs of the cliffs along the coastal edge, along sandy and boulder beaches and past old abandoned mining sites and their rundown buildings.

Dexter finished a 100-mile (160 km) ultramarathon that made him an expert on the section between Porthleven and Watergate Bay. 






If some steep uphill, yet accessible, climbing is your thing then Mount Snowden in Snowdonia is for you.


Boasting the highest mountain in Wales and standing tall at 1,085 m (3,559 ft), it claims its fame from being part of the "Three Peaks" in the UK, along with Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike (the tallest mountains in Scotland and England, respectively). 

Weather permitting, Snowden is a great mountain for any level of hiker.

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