Those keen to put on winter jackets
and get out their Ordanace Survey maps can enjoy a range of seasonal walks detailed in a new guide.
It has been produced by Enjoy England and health food maker Actimel, the Daily Mirror reports.
Those keen to walk in the woods may choose from places like the Kent Weald, The Cherwell Valley in Oxfordshire and the Peak District's Derwent Valley Heritage Way, while city routes include the Bath Skyline, Durham and Dickensian London.
Another option is for a coastal walk, with areas as different as Skegness, Devon and Merseyside being featured.
The latter may offer walkers a chance to see some rare wildlife at various times of the year.
Formby has a small red squirrel colony, while the area near the town and up to Southport contains a number of ponds by sand dunes stretching inland, ideal terrain for the natterjack toad - one of just two species of the creature in the UK - which thrives in such conditions.