The most isolated spots in the UK
Escaping the hustle and bustle of city life has never been more appealing. With flying less than desirable, why not head to some of the most remote places in the UK for a refreshing walk and some peace and quiet?
If you’re looking for a secluded spot to run around with the dog or spend some quality time with your nearest and dearest, look no further. Make sure when self-isolating you keep a two metre distance from other people.
With the lowest populous in England, Northumberland is an award-winning destination that’s ideal for escaping the hoards. You can wander for miles along the secluded coastline or hike some of the most stunning countryside routes in the UK.
Wild camping in Scotland
You can legally wild camp in Scotland. If you want to get away from the house but you don’t want to see anyone, pack up the tent you have lying around and head to the Scottish Highlands. You can check out our guide here.
Where nature and history rub shoulders, in the Yorkshire Moors you can imagine you’re starring in your own Emily Bronte novel. The rolling meadows make the perfect backdrop for riding your bicycle or enjoying a picnic far from prying eyes!
Fancy a grand adventure? Pennine Way is a once in a lifetime hiking experience. Chase the mountain tops of rugged England before crossing the border to Scotland. The whole hike will take you 16-19 days, but most choose just part of the journey.
Devil’s Dyke, West Sussex
Devil’s Dyke offers unspoilt views of the Sussex countryside. Take your choice of dedicated routes through the Chalk Valley or go off route and make your own unique walking experience.