On Tuesday 30 January ITV will be showcasing Britain’s favourite walks in a new two-and-a-half hour TV special.
The show, presented by Julia Bradbury and Ore Oduba, showcases Britain’s finest rambles, scrambles and ambles across the countryside and through cities – featuring locations from the West Highland Way to the Ridgeway and almost everywhere in between.
Ramblers worked alongside OS and the National Trust to help find Britain’s best walks. Many of our members took part in the largest survey ever conducted into the UK’s hiking habits. The top trails were put to the vote ahead of the countdown, which airs on Tuesday 30 January.
A host of famous faces - including Cath Tyldesley, Ade Edmondson, Katherine Kelly, Larry Lamb, Janet Street Porter and Robert Bathurst - hit the trails to reveal their own favourite walks, which feature in the countdown.
They are joined by walking experts, nature aficionados and members of the public with extraordinary stories to provide a vivid insight into the hikes, the history and the hidden stories behind the trails.
This bumper rundown visits locations like the picturesque Rye to Camber Sands route in Sussex, the stunning Scafell Pike in the Lake District, historic Oxford and numerous other beauty spots in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland before revealing Britain’s favourite walk.
Tune in to ITV at 7.30pm on Tuesday 30 January to watch the countdown!
During the show, join in the conversation on social media using the hashtag #100walks.
Julia Bradbury, our ex-president and co-founder of The Outdoor Guide said:
“Walking is one of Britain’s best loved pastimes. Every month, up to nine million folk pull on their boots and head to the great outdoors. I hope you’re inspired by ITV's Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100 to go on an adventure however big or small of your own. Happy Walking!”