Get outside this Easter weekend and enjoy the UK’s best coastal walks, all available to download with the ViewRanger app.
Featured on Julia Bradbury’s Britain’s Best Walks, this route takes you to one of the most famous landmarks on the Jurassic Coast – the Old Harry Rocks chalk stacks, as well as delivering views to the Needles and the Isle of Wight. If you’re visiting in spring and summer, you can expect to see an array of flora and fauna.
Taking you through fantastic scenery including a Roman Road, the unique Brecks, low cliffs and extensive sandy beaches and dunes, this National Trail combines two long-distance walking routes and offers something for everyone from a gentle stroll to a challenging 93 mile (150Km) walk.
Visit one of Britain’s most remote and beautiful beaches. The walk along the moorland track is rewarded with picture-perfect views of golden sand, rocky cliffs and the dagger-like sea stack, Am Buachaille.
The walk of a lifetime - where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline? Explore the longest National Trail in the country, taking in the spectacular ocean views. It can be the ultimate challenge for long-distance hikers, but you can also enjoy part of the route on shorter day walks.
With stunning views over the Pembrokeshire coast, this walk takes in Marloes Sands – the National Trust beach that’s known to be a geologist’s paradise – as well as Wooltack Bay, where you can find a great view of the Pembrokeshire islands. You may even spot a seal or dolphin on the shoreline!
The Dundrum Coastal Path runs along a 1.61 mile (2.5km) stretch of disused railway line on the western shore of Dundrum Inner Bay. Discover fantastic views across the bay to the sands and dunes of Murlough, up to the medieval ruins of Dundrum Castle.
Starting by the beautiful Whitesands Beach, this route takes you inland before joining part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Enjoy extensive coastal views on a walk that’s teeming with wildlife.
A simply spectacular route that joins the South West Coast Path and rises and falls numerous times to reach the breath-taking Durdle Door limestone arch, an iconic feature on the Jurassic Coast.
Discover Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters Cliffs on this coastal walk in the South Downs National Park. Visit Belle Tout lighthouse for wonderful views over the sea and downlands.
A great walk for wildlife watchers, this National Trust walk encompasses Blakeney Point and Lifeboat House on the Norfolk coastline. Another route where you may be lucky enough to spot marine life.
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