Getting out into the countryside is hugely important for boosting our mental health, and one of the best counties to head to for stunning winter scenery is Yorkshire. So wrap up warm in aran sweaters from shamrockgift.com, a sturdy pair of boots and a flask of tea, and give one of these wintery walks a try…
The Yorkshire Matterhorn is a great walk for experienced walkers – it’s quite a steep climb as you would expect! But at 7 miles long the walk takes in some of the most spectacular scenery that you will ever see. On a chilly winters day this is the perfect way to blow away the cobwebs as you look over the frost covered fields and moors of the Yorkshire Dales.
Raydale is a lovely waterside walk that will provide you with a whole day of walking and beautiful tranquil scenery. Wether fell is a particularly beautiful place to stop for lunch, and you will see the sights of the beautiful wintery lakes and the chilly Yorkshire moors and if you are lucky, some of the local wildlife.
Keld and Ravenseat -This walk encompasses one of the man-made spectacles as well as lots of natural beauty – the highest pub in the UK can be found on this route! At 528 metres above sea level, the 17th century Tan hill inn is a must! Walk across the Yorkshire moors and the Penine way for some of the most beautiful views you will see on a clear winter’s day.