24 Epic Journeys To Take Across Britain Before You Die
There are so many spectacular ways to see this isle.
It's criss-crossed with routes.
And there are loads of different ways you can traverse it.
You could cycle 874 miles from Land's End...
...to John O'Groats.
You could sail round the whole thing, and Ireland too.
You could cycle up Buttertubs Pass and the rest of the 2014 Tour De France route.
You could hike up Ben Nevis.
Or scale, scramble over, and abseil down Cuillin Ridge.
You could take a train on the stunning Exeter to Penzance line.
Or the Glasgow to Mallaig route.
Or perhaps the Ffestiniog Railway in northwest Wales.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway ain't bad either.
You could drive up the A82 to Glencoe.
Or down the Bealach na Bà.
You could drive across the Humber Bridge.
Or wobble across the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
Or take a train across Glenfinnan Viaduct in Scotland.
You could kayak round the Shetland Islands.
Or raft down the River Tryweryn.
You could explore the Brecon Beacons by electric car.
The place looks - and feels - more epic when you have no windows.
You could stow away on the Caledonian Sleeper.
You could hike over the Bochlwyd Horseshoe.
Or take the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
You could take a canal barge across the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.
There's no end to the options. You could take a helicopter over London.
Or even take a flight to Britain's most basic airport.
So what are you waiting for? Go off and explore...
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