Discover Britain’s Best Walks with Julia Bradbury and ViewRanger

Posted on 06/01/2017

Britain’s Best Walks, the brand new ITV series starting Friday 6th January, sees Julia Bradbury showcase our nation’s top landscape trails – guiding viewers to well-known, iconic walks, as well as those more surprising, hidden gems – and revealing our breath-taking diverse landscapes, with spectacular aerial photography that makes you want to get off the sofa to join her.

Using her expert knowledge and experience, each week Julia chooses her favourite walk from a distinct type of British landscape – ranging from islands, lakes, fells, countryside, coastal and riverside walks. As walking is the nation's most-loved outdoor activity – with a staggering 24 million of us heading to Britain’s hottest walking spots each year – Julia explores why we love walking and what we can discover from these very different landscapes.

TOG Logo - for email XS.jpgThe Outdoor Guide (TOG) – the official website for the series of 6 programmes – used ViewRanger to create digital guides for the family-friendly routes walked by Julia throughout the series, which will be available to download immediately after each episode airs.

 


Julia Bradbury Isle of ManEpisode 6 - Islands: Isle of Man: Julia manages to squeeze three walks in one: starting with the mysterious Dhoon Glen river walk to the magnificent Irish Sea coast. From ancient Neolithic sites, Viking strong-holds to electric mountain railways and the pull of peregrines, puffins and dozens of nature trails – there’s plenty packed in this walk on an Island only ten miles wide and forty miles long.

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Julia Bradbury DevonEpisode 5 - Rivers: Watersmeet, Exmoor, Devon:
A hidden treasure on the Exmoor coast, Julia’s walk sets off from the picturesque harbour-town of Lynmouth and meanders under the tree-green canopy of water-rapids following the East Lyn River and the Hoar Oak River, merging together at the stunning Watersmeet National Trust café – the perfect spot for a hard-earned cream-tea.

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Julia in Cheshire

Episode 4 - Countryside: Sandstone Trail, Cheshire: North-West England’s
most popular mid-distance walk, the Sandstone Trail offers a vast array of attractions en route - from celebrity wedding favourite: Peckforton Castle; to the medieval fortification of Beeston Castle. Julia takes in the rolling countryside pastures and panoramic views over the Cheshire plains and Liverpool.

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Julia in Scotland

Episode 3 - Lakes: Loch Lomond, Scotland: Julia’s walk offers one of the most outstanding views over Loch Lomond – at 24 miles long, it’s the largest loch in Scotland by surface area. Picking up the West Highland Way, she hugs the bonnie banks through to the little village of Balmaha on the eastern side of the Loch, and takes a quick boat trip to the ancient Lomond isle of Inchcailloch, with magnificent views across the water and out to the surrounding fells.

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Julia in Yorkshire

Episode 2 - Fells: Pen-Y-Ghent, Yorkshire Dales: A walk with a wow factor - Pen-y ghent is the smallest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, but by far it’s most spectacular. Julia’s walk takes us on the classic ascent of this towering fell out of the ancient Dales town of Horton.

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Julia Bradbury: DorsetEpisode 1 - Old Harry Rocks, Dorset: A top coastal walk to one of the most famous landmarks on the Jurassic Coast – the Old Harry Rocks chalk stacks on Studland. Taking in miles of golden sandy beaches, the dramatic history of the bay and internationally important heathlands, Julia’s walk offers a fantastic example of the British Coastline at it is best.

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You can also follow all the routes from Julia’s previous series, Best Walks with a View, on ViewRanger now.

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