Britain’s most beautiful scenic trails, travelling to each of them from Bristol
From the Scottish Highlands and Glencoe to Tennyson Down on the Isle of Wight and Castle Drogo on Dartmoor, it really is a matter of personal opinion as to which place has the most scenic trails. If you’re into mountains then the summits of Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike mountains could well be your choice of trail. Living in Bristol you have easy access to all areas of the United Kingdom via a superb network of motorways and A roads.
The Isle of Wight’s Tennyson Down, was a favourite place of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, the famous poet. The luscious green and grassy downland located on the west of the Island allows spectacular views over the Needles and the Solent Cliffs. There is now a huge granite cross on the highest point of the Downs, erected to the memory of Tennyson. Getting to the Isle of Wight from Bristol is simple as the A 36 leads straight down through Salisbury and Brockenhurst to Lymington where you drive onto a ferry to Yarmouth.
Of course, to drive to any of these beautiful scenic trails you will need a reliable car that is kept safe and well maintained behind new Garage Doors Bristol. If you need to replace an old rusty garage door, You can find A range of garage doors in Bristol from professional suppliers in Bristol. The last castle built in Britain was Castle Drogo, located on the north-east edge of Dartmoor and beneath the sturdy walls is the stunning trail, the Teign Gorge Walk.