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England has some gorgeous scenery and provides a number of perfect places to take a walk in. If you love being outdoors then why not challenge yourself to go on a different walk every month, this could even be difficult as there is so much to choose from! With 2013 in full swing it is the perfect time to get prepared, find http://www.greatoutdoorssuperstore.com/, pick some dates and get the family together to go for a walk or even a mini break. I am going to take a look at some of the best walks across England to get you inspired for the upcoming spring and summer months: Northumbria Starting off the list with a trip to Northumbria in picture 1, where you will find the famous Hadrians Wall. This historic site is the perfect place to go walking, as you will have 84 miles of gorgeous countryside to stroll through and take in the landscape. There are a number of places to stay so you could even take a short break and go on a different walk each day. Cornwall Cornwall is one of the sunniest places in England as it is as south as you can go. Newquay has gorgeous walks for those who love flowers; you will see gorgeous poppy fields and other wild flowers. You can also take advantage of being close to the coast and explore the sand dunes of the beach and even see grey seals at low tide. Dorset Following on from those who like to see pretty flowers when walking, Dorset has some fantastic places where you see bluebells for 9 miles around Bere Regis in picture 2. If you are hoping to see these flowers then April, early May is the best time of year to visit. Hertfordshire If lakes and rivers are your style, then a trip to Hertfordshire will be brilliant, especially with 4 and a half miles of water to discover. You can take in historical sights, woodlands, orchids and more. If you want to take a rest from your walk you could make use of the picnic spots or visit the nature reserve to view the local wildlife. Cumbria In Cumbria you can go strolling through the stunning Lake District, choosing from different paths from gentle walks to hiking activities. A walk around Buttermere is the lowest level if you want to go at your own pace and simply take in the gorgeous surroundings, you could also treat yourself to an ice cream at one of the local farms! If you want something more challenging take on Scafell Pike in picture 3, where you can take on the strenuous walk but also be rewarded by the breath taking views. Image Sources: http://www.northumbria-byways.com/images/hadrians_wall_region.jpg http://www.bereregis.org/Photographs/Countryside/mid_NP132.jpg http://english-lake-district.info/images/scafell-pike-from-scafell.jpg outdoors