Autumn walks in England

From the London Independent. Another top ten list, this time for autumn walks. The article is called walks in Britain but from what I see, they’re all in England.

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One Response to Autumn walks in England

  1. lanceleuven says:

    Hmm…you are indeed correct. It does seem very England-centric. Admittedly much of Scotland is populated with evergreen trees but still, I’m sure there’s still some great walks to be found. And that wouldn’t apply to Wales or Northern Ireland anyway.

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