Julia Bradbury presents the second series of Britain’s Best Walks in which she chooses some of her favourite and most accessible family treks from across the UK, in search of the perfect walk with a view which anyone can manage. The series explores coastal, mountain, valley and river walks and includes accessible route maps, pub and picnic options and stunning aerial perspectives.
Previously in the series, Julia took on her favourite coastal walk to one of the most famous landmarks on the Jurassic Coast – Old Harry Rocks in Dorset where there are spectacular views towards the Isle of Wight and miles of golden sandy beaches. That was followed by her favourite fell walk along the classic ascent of Pen-y-ghent – the smallest fell on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, but where the dramatic summit affords far- reaching views above the magnificent Yorkshire Dales.
Last week’s episode saw Julia head to Loch Lomond’s bonnie banks for her favourite lake walk. After taking in the popular West Highland Way, Julia travelled a short distance by boat to the idyllic island of Inchailloch, a jewel in Loch Lomond’s crown, for stunning views over the Loch.
This week’s walk sees her exploring the Sandstone Trail in Cheshire, giving spectacular views of Wales and Liverpool as well as two castles to explore!
Britain’s Best Walks With Julia Bradbury Season 2 Episode 4 (of 6) airs on Friday 27 January 2017 from 8.00pm-8.30pm on ITV.