Those who like to go walking
in East Anglia have been advised to try the Wimpole Hall estate in Cambridgeshire.
Its visitor services officer Felicity Boucher told the Daily Telegraph: "The variety of views and landscapes around Wimpole - including lakes, woodland and formal gardens - are what makes this walk worthwhile."
She added: "My favourite part of the walk is the view from the folly atop Johnson's Hill," stating this was the ideal place to have a picnic.
Those visiting the area may wish to get Ordnance Survey maps
to navigate with and the paper noted Wimpole Hall is on the Landranger number 154.
Although Cambridgeshire is one of the flattest counties in England, there are certain high points walkers may wish to visit.
Its highest point is Great Chishill at 479 ft, while those interested in the historic counties may note the highest point in Huntingdonshire - now a district within Cambridgeshire - is Boring Field, 262 ft above sea level.