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where would you recommend i walk on UK?

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where would you recommend i walk on UK?

I'm going to walking in UK!

After 3days I'll arrive

And I'll stay at 1month

I wanna just walking on the road with tent

Please talk about where is most beautiful road in UK?

Probably I can walk 400~500km!!

Thanks for reading

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1. Re: where would you recommend i walk on UK?

Try googling some of the long-distance hiking paths:

South-West Coastal Path

Cotswold Way

South Downs Way

Lots and lots of others in the UK

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2. Re: where would you recommend i walk on UK?

Pennine way. Many books and maps

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3. Re: where would you recommend i walk on UK?

Hadrian's Wall, depending on time of year.

nationaltrail.co.uk/hadrians-wall-path/be-in…

nationaltrail.co.uk/hadrians-wall-path/plan

Northumberland Coastal Path, again depending on time of year.

www.northumberland.gov.uk/default.aspx…

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4. Re: where would you recommend i walk on UK?

Hadrian's Wall, depending on time of year.

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5. Re: where would you recommend i walk on UK?

Pembrokeshire Coastal path.

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6. Re: where would you recommend i walk on UK?

The Antrim glens and the Causeway Coast, the Giants causeway is spectacular.

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7. Re: where would you recommend i walk on UK?

Almost anywhere in the UK there are public footpaths that criss-cross farmland and woods.. you don't have to stay on roads.. however in three days you don't have much time to research these!

Note that in England you cannot just put up a tent wherever you like - and in much of England there aren't places you could anyway. If you put up a tent anywhere, you should ask permission of the land owner. In practice, if you put up the tent in a hidden corner, where you are not damaging crops late in the day, clear up early in the morning and remove all rubbish then you may get away with it.

For example, this is what the Lake District national park says:

lakedistrict.gov.uk/visiting/…wildcamping

In other words "you aren't allowed to camp outside campsites, but we know you're going to anyway, so here are the rules we would apply if you were allowed!"

I'd suggest the Pennine Way as well.

In Scotland, wild camping is permitted.

For campsites, see:

http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/

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10. Re: where would you recommend i walk on UK?

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I'm sure I'm not the only one who finds your comment offensive and unnecessary.