BEAUTIFUL WALKS FOR MOTHER'S DAYPosted 7 March 2019 by The Saucy Fish Co.
Wondering what to do on Mother’s Day? A little bit of fresh air and beautiful scenery could be the answer.
The UK is renowned for its green landscapes and scenic spots to test out your hiking boots and be at one with squirrels and rabbits. Turn off the TV and head out with mum for some quality time in a natural setting. Here’s a few of our country’s most famous places to take a stroll.
Hadrian’s wall: you might be pushed to do all 84 miles in one afternoon, but try a small section of the wall to explore historical ruins, interesting towns and old fashioned pubs. You owe your mum a drink.
The Jurassic Coast: this is another monster that takes days to walk the full length. But there are lots of shorter, circular walks with spectacular scenery, crashing waves and screeching gulls.
Helvellyn, Lake District: voted number one in a poll of the nation’s favourite walks, you might have to give mum a piggy back up England’s third highest mountain, and it’s a good idea to stick to the footpaths.
Haworth, West Yorkshire: take her to Brontë country and the wuthering heights of Haworth. You can also visit the museum where the sisters lived and enjoy an excellent afternoon tea.
Mam Tor, Peak District: the aptly named ‘Mother Hill’ offers amazing views over rolling countryside and the climb should get you all in the mood for a hearty dinner afterwards.
Don’t forget to pack something to eat on your walk. Naturally, we’d recommend salmon sandwiches.