The national parks in UK can give you some of the most breathtaking views in the world.
To celebrate the National Park Week 2014, which is from July 28 to August 3, here are the best views of Britain’s national parks:
Yorkshire Dales. You can see the vast natural limestone amphitheatre as you travel above the Kirkby Malham to the Malham Cove. It’s amazing because you won’t expect a cliff like it right in the middle of the meadows.
The Lake District. At the top of Side Pike, you can find Mickleden of the Great Langdale, where you can see an amazing view of the Pike of Blisco, the Crinkle Crags, Bowfell, and the Langdale Pikes.
Dartmoor. Bellever Tor shows you a magnificent view of the Postbridge and the East Dart Valley. Here you can see woodlands, river valleys, and open moorland.
The South Downs. One of the most popular views is from the Seaford Heads, which offers a spectacular sight of the Seven Sisters cliffs. You should also take a look at the rolling farmland view of West Sussex’s Harting Down.
Brecon Beacons. Near the village of Libanus, you can find the Mynydd Illtud Common, where you can see an incredible view of the four major hill ranges of the area, including the Pen y Fan, which is the highest national park rising up to 886m.
The Cairngorms. The peak of Ben Macdui, at the southern part of CairnGorm plateau, can give you a wonderful 360-degree view of unspoilt wilderness.
Exmoor. Go to the highest point of Exmoor, which is Dunkery Beacon. There you can see a beautiful view of lush farmland, moor, and forests. And if you stay there in a sunny afternoon, you can see the beautiful sparkling coastline.
Northumberland. At Simonside Ridge’s Dove Crag, you can see a beautiful view of the Cheviots over the Coquet Valley.