Lake District National Park
The Lake District National Park is where you'll find Wasdale Head location of Britain's favourite view. Take your own snap of the awe-inspiring vista up the valley which is home to England's deepest lake (Wastwater) and highest mountain (Scafell Pike).
In the Yorkshire Dales,Ribblehead Viaduct is an amazing feat of Victorian engineering that carries Britain's most scenic railway. See it at close hand with a ride on the Settle to Carlisle line. Getty Images
Snowdonia National Park
Snowdon in the Snowdonia National Park is Britain's favourite mountain. With more routes to the top than any other peak (including a railway line), Snowdon attracts more visitors than any other mountain.
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Beachy Head, South Downs
The view from Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters is one of the most iconic in Britain. They are located in Britain's newest national park: The South Downs.
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Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland National Park
Visit the World Heritage Site of Hadrian;s Wall and wander for miles alongside this ancient monument in Northumberland National Park, stopping off at the Roman forts of Vindolanda and Housesteads.
Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire National Park
Explore Skomer Island and its friendly puffins or go dolphin and whale watching in Pembrokeshire; the location of Britain's only coastal national park.
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The Cairngorms is the UK's largest national park, covering a huge 1750 sq miles of majestic uplands: spot golden eagles, red squirrels and wildcats in Britain's last remaining authentic wilderness.
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