December 21, 2016
This Christmas 43 million Brits are expected to head out for a stroll, according to conservation charity the National Trust, and it's a good thing, too! It may not be too surprising to yourself but more than two thirds of people commend the annual Christmas Day walk as the perfect way to spend quality time together, topping other festive activities such as watching TV or preparing Christmas dinner! Research has shown us that the traditional Christmas walk slashes family arguments on Christmas Day by half! Did you know the National Trust found that walking is considered a bicker-free festive activity by 82 per cent of Brits.
To encourage your family members and friends to head out and enjoy a breath of fresh air, and cut down the stress levels, the National Trust has unveiled its top winter strolls around the UK.
The Uk's Top 12 Walks Of Christmas :
1. Botallack Mine, West Cornwall
2. Corfe Castle, Dorset
3. Box Hill, Surrey
4. Stowe, Buckinghamshire
5. Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire
6. Mam Tor, Peak District
7. Lyme Park, Cheshire
8. Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal
9. Sticklebarn and the Langdales, Cumbria
10. Brandelhow and Derwentwater, Lake District
11. Hafod y Llan, Snowdonia
12. Giant's Causeway, Ulster
Source: National Trust
We hope the ‘12 Walks of Christmas’ Guide helps provide your family with some walking inspiration! So remember that if you 3 hours in to a tense game of Monopoly this Christmas, take a break with your family and head out for a winter stroll!