National Parks

There are 15 members of the National Parks family in the United Kingdom and each one is looked after by its own authority. We work together as National Parks UK.

There are 10 National Parks in England, 3 in Wales and 2 in Scotland, they are:

England
Broads, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Lake District, New Forest, Northumberland, North York Moors, Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, and South Downs.
Wales
Brecon Beacons, Pembrokeshire Coast, and Snowdonia
Scotland
Cairngorms and Loch Lomond & the Trossachs.

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Hi, I’m Kathryn,
“It’s a pleasure to be part of The Outdoor Guide, we share a lot of values and have a deep appreciation of the outdoors!
There are 15 members of the National Parks family in the UK and each one is looked after by its own National Park Authority. We all work together as National Parks UK.”

Best wishes,
Kathryn Cook (UK Director)

Columbia Sportswear Partnership

On Tuesday 23rd May, Columbia Sportswear and the UK’s National Parks announced an official 5-year partnership, the first of it’s kind, hosted by British T.V presenter and avid rambler Julia Bradbury.

The partnership will see Columbia work with each of the 15 UK National Parks to help enhance the quality and usability of the Parks for now and for future generations whilst also providing staff, rangers and volunteers with apparel and footwear to keep them warm, dry, cool and protected. Money saved from outfitting staff being made available to fund important park projects.

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Exmoor National Park

We had a fantastic time filming on Exmoor National Park and it was great being based in Lynmouth, the Pavilion Cafe was where Julia and the crew had the first pre filming lunch!

The cafe is on the first floor of The Pavilion, in Lynmouth, the Exmoor National Park Visitor Centre. More info: http://www.thepaviliondiningroom.co.uk

The Cliff Railway is an 862 foot length of track that gives you spectacular views across the North Devon coastline. Julia and the crew enjoyed the many journeys when filming for Britain’s Best Walks.

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