Here are ten of our favourite Ramblers Routes with great pubs at the end. Boasting great food, real ales, or log fires, reward yourself at the end of a walk.
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Starting at the handsome market place, the walk follows Richmond's River Swale, passing the brooding Richmond Castle and the George and Dragon; Yorkshire's first community-owned pub.
This gently undulating walk takes you across moorland, pastures and down quiet country lanes. Including a stretch of the Two Moors Way, you'll pass prehistoric hut circles, menhirs and stone rows.
This strenuous but rewarding route zigzags up Ben Vrackie's slopes to the reach the 841-metre summit, offering a remarkable view across Loch a'Choire towards the conspicuous profile of Schiehallion.
This linear walk takes you on an undulating ride of the Seven Sisters, from East Dean to Seaford. From the clifftops you’ll be treated to sweeping sea views and the sight of a beautifully preserved smugglers’ beach.
A beautiful walk up, down and around the Slad and Toadsmoor valleys. Starting in Bisley (home to Jilly Cooper) this walk takes you through Slad, passing the home of the late Laurie Lee.
Take in both the coast and forest: this circular walk takes you along the Norfolk coast path and through the parklands and forest of the magnificent eighteenth-century Holkham Estate.
Walk along the rugged Cornish coastline and take in the dramatic clifftop views and beautiful coves on this leisurely walk from Gurnard's Head to Sennen Cove via Cape Cornwall.
This pleasant walk from Penderyn takes you through beautiful countryside to four impressive waterfalls, one of which you can even walk behind. Warm yourself at the end of the walk in a welcoming pub with log fires.
Starting at the fishing harbour of Craster, this route winds across the stunning Embleton Bay. You’ll head past the iconic ruin of Dunstanburgh Castle to reach Low Newton-by-the-Sea.
Discover the legend of Gelert and Prince Llywelyn, which gave the village of Beddgelert its name and explore the tumbledown remnants of Gwytherin’s fortress at Dinas Emrys, with a great viewpoint over the valley.
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