7. North York Moors National Park
More than just American werewolves and Whitby's Dracula, a vast plateaux with narrow dales, hidden villages and high moorland
1. Cairngorms National Park
The highest, windiest and coldest plateaux in Britain with living relics from the ice age! Some of the oldest Caledonian Pine forests with long treks are here too.
National Parks and Other Mountain Areas
3. Northumberland National Park
The Cheviot Hills in Northumberland's National Park are an often overlooked area with the stunning coastline and Hadrian's Wall nearby.
8. Snowdonia National Park
Rising out of the sea up to nearly 1,100m, this small area contains a vast array of geology and Wales' highest mountain - Snowdon.