‘Most beautiful’ autumnal walk is the perfect October activity

Staycations became incredibly popular over the pandemic but post-Covid many Britons are still enjoying UK holidays for cheapness and ease.

Instead of heading abroad in the next few months for some sun, why not explore what’s right on your doorstep?

Bring in the start of the new season with a beautiful autumnal walk in Cheshire.

Travel expert Emma Cooke took to TikTok to share a stunning stroll Britons can do this season. She called it an “easy but dramatic” walk.

She said: “This might be one of the most beautiful autumnal walks in Northern England. It’s in Cheshire, which is amazing for leaf-peeping.

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“The super gentle walk starts in Coppermine Lane and goes up Raw Head, which has spectacular views across the red, gold and green countryside.”

Emma’s video caught the attention of many staycationers. More than 62,000 people liked the video, and a further 6,800 saved it for their future travels.

In the travel enthusiast’s video she strolled through crunchy autumn leaves in gorgeous hues of green, golden, yellow, pink and red.

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There are plenty of other fabulous things to do in Cheshire as well as this beautiful walk, including visiting the Chester Zoo, Chester Cathedral, Lyme Park or Tatton Park.

In another TikTok video, Emma Cooke suggested another pretty walk for the autumn months.

She said: “If you want to see stunning autumn colour in Wales, you have to try this serene canal walk.”

This is the perfect stroll for those who want an easy excursion with young ones or more elderly people.

She told viewers that the walk is all one level and suitable for both prams and wheelchairs. It’s the perfect option for gentle stroll with friends too.

The walk along Montgomery Canal, Wales, starts off in Welshpool, where you can spot cute otters and a castle built by a prince.

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