Hiking enthusiasts looking to pack their walking boots
and go on an active holiday have been advised to head to the English county of Yorkshire.
Indeed, Catherine Gee, responding to a reader's question for the Daily Telegraph, suggests Britons "need look no further" than the area when it comes to booking an outdoor break.
Yorkshire is home to more walking trails and hiking treks than anybody can ever dream of, she notes, adding it also comes with a range of other activities to hand.
Potholing, caving and mountaineering are pursuits that can all be enjoyed just minutes from the county's paths, Ms Gee states.
"The landscape of northern England is different to that found in the south. It's rougher, wilder and more dramatic," the expert writes.
Hardcastle Crags, which is located in West Yorkshire, was recently identified by the newspaper as a walking hotspot and handed its Walk of the Week title.