&replica; Peter Bargh – Mam Tor At Sunset
ITV teamed up with the Ordnance Survey people to find out what Britain's favourite struts are and after conducting a huge survey, the results were shared in a TV show as well as on the Ordnance Survey website.
The list characteristics the top 100 walks, as voted by 8,000 walking fans, and many of the routes will also please photographers, too, thanks to the picturesque scenery they loops through. In fact, the walk sitting in the number 10 spot takes in the sights of Mam Tor in the Peak District – one of the most photographed locations on ePHOTOzine.
Here are the take industrial actions/locations that made the top ten:
You can see the full list of 100 routes on the Ordnance Survey website along with components on each of the walks mapped out on an OS Map.
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Does your favourite walk feature on the list? If so, please do share your comments and images with us below.