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Puddle suits and wellies are the answer in the cooler months because it means that you can still get the kids out and about regardless of the weather. There comes a time when even the parents with the most get-up-and-go attitude will want a nice warm cuppa and endless entertainment for their children...enter indoor play.
Zip your coat and get ready to take in the burnt orange hues that paint the Welsh countryside. Discover wildlife, ancient trees and woodland walks as you walk across Wales.
The very best time to ramble across the bryniau (hills) and cross small afonydd (rivers) as you take in the breathtaking views Wales has to offer during the fall months.
The first castles in England were built by the Normans following their victory at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. The earliest Norman castle in Wales was originally a motte and bailey structure erected around 1087.
Seven Sisters country park offers an array of outdoor experiences. Sat snugly against the coastline and expanding inland, there is ample opportunity to cycle, kayak, paddle board, walk, stargaze, spot wildlife or enjoy a number of accessible trails.
Lord Edward Cavendish opened Eastbourne pier initially in April 1870 but the work on it was only completed in 1872. The pier is built on stilts and is 300 metres in length, because the stilts rest in cups on the seabed the pier will move in harsh weather conditions.
Everybody knows that walking in Scotland offers some of the best scenery in the world. The landscape offers everything you could possibly want as a rambler from rugged coastlines to towering mountains and expansive countryside.
Loch Ness is 755 feet deep which makes it the second deepest loch in Scotland after Loch Morar. 23 miles southwest of Inverness this beautiful freshwater lake has attracted special attention since the loch ness monster was first sighted centuries ago.
The Jacobite train experience starts near the Ben Nevis mountain and finishes its journey alongside Loch Nevis, taking in an 84 mile long trip of spectacular Scottish scenery.
Stirling Castle sits upon a gigantic volcanic rock above the River Forth between the Lowlands and the Highlands.
It was a grand royal residence and dominant stronghold with ancient origins. Throughout the wars of independence, this castle was under eight different commanders over 50 years.
Edinburgh boasts an impressive legacy of educational achievement in medicine, literature, philosophy, the sciences, engineering and Scots law. It is home to the Scottish government, parliament and the highest courts in Scotland.
Whether you prefer a quieter coastal walk or an opportunity to explore the breathtaking countryside on offer throughout the United Kingdom, there are autumn walks to warm your soul and leave you with wonderful walking memories.