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Guide to Camping, Hiking, Backpacking and Gear - Adventure Review

Planning your Ben Nevis, Snowdon or Scafell Pike trip?

Plan your Ben Nevis, Snowdon or Scafell Pike trip and discover the best National Parks for camping, hiking and backpacking trails. With hiking and walking Gear reviews and News. Find the right outdoor and gear for your National Park UK Camping trip. Adventure Review provide information for all that is new in camping food, drink, activities, hiking, trails and outdoor gear.

Find the best National Parks UK camping (list of national parks) to visit for your vocation, adventures, trails, activities and accommodation. Adventure Review provide News and information on the best national parks UK and activities. Ask “What gear do I take camping in the National Parks?” and the best hiking trails and views to visit. Find the best hiking trials, best camping gear and best places to camp in the National Park UK and what these parks have to offer.

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Plan your National Parks UK Camping or trip to the spectacular National Park and choose from the best like – Brecon Beacons, Northumberland, The Broads, North York Moors, Cairngorms, Peak District, Dartmoor, Pembrokeshire Coast, Exmoor, Snowdonia, Lake District, South Downs, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Yorkshire Dales, New Forest

Walking and hiking is the most popular activities in all the national parks, it’s the best way to take in the views, get some fresh air and travel to different places. Public footpaths and open access United Kingdom are shown on all good OS maps, and there are many walking guides and books with the best routes to follow.

The national parks have some of the best climbing areas in Britain, from traditional routes like Stanage Edge in the Peak District and the fells in the Lake District (where the sport of rock climbing allegedly began), to bouldering on rocky tors and cliff scrambling above crashing waves. Indoor walls, activity centres and mountain guides make sure that beginners get a safe introduction to climbing. Always check any climbing restrictions before you go, always check your equipment, attend a club meet if a novice, Leave the crag in a better state than you found it, don’t leave any rubbish, and report any injured wildlife, or suspicious behaviour around nest sites The National Parks UK provide some of the best Walking and Camping in the world.