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Walking boots may be required to tackle festive favourite

Posted 23 December 2010
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Britons may want to dig out their walking boots and head to a popular hiking spot in Derbyshire over the Christmas period.

Eastern Moors has been named by the Guardian as one of the National Trust's top ten spots in the UK to enjoy a stroll during the festive season.

Danny Udall, the Eastern Moors Partnership site manager, explains in an article for the newspaper how one of the major benefits of the area is its sheer diversity of views.

"During winter, you can expect to see morning mist clinging in the valleys as you look from above the low-lying clouds. This time of year is good for getting clear views of sunrise and sunset," he states.

Mr Udall goes on to recommend White Edge as one of his favourite locations on the walk, describing it as a great place to stop and get away from it all for a few moments.

Other walking trails in Britain to have been named as seasonal favourites by the newspaper recently include Hatfield Forest in Essex.ADNFCR-2803-ID-800309516-ADNFCR