Our Top 5 Dirty Welly Walks
Time to get those wellies dirty, fill your lungs with fresh air and enjoy some of the finest UK scenery.
1 – Three Cliffs Bay, Wales 4.5 Miles From Parkmill
You won’t be disappointed with the spectacular views of these cliffs in Wild Mid Wales. Start off this circular walk at Gower Heritage Centre in Parkmill and finish with a well deserved cake and drink in the Heritage Centre where you started your walk. The perfect opportunity to get your Walkabout Wellingtons out and about to enjoy the Welsh coastline – made to be worn on all forms of outdoor adventures, the Walkabout wellies are made with supreme comfort in mind!
2 – Rydal and Grasmere, Lake District, England – 6 Miles
This circular walk begins and ends at Rydal, where one of the founders of English Romanticism Poetry William Wordsworth lived. Time this walk for autumn to fully experience the amazing yellows and oranges reflecting into the water as you stroll by. Keep your feet dry, comfortable and warm, by taking your Groundhog Wellingtons with you – Neoprene lined to ensure the greatest comfort with cold protection, tested and certified up to -25°C… so paddling and stone skimming are definitely on the agenda.
3 – Denny Wood, New Forest – 5 Miles
Another one for your autumn to do list, in the historic New Forest National Park, with bellowing deer and New Forest ponies around, take a moment to appreciate the natural world around you in all it’s glory. Beginning at Denny Wood campsite, this circular walk will take you past a former royal hunting lodge, with a few enclosures dotted throughout your stroll.
4 - Twice Brewed Inn and Sycamore Gap, Northumberland, England – 2.5 Miles
A stirringly beautiful walk, the soft rolling hills invite you to really enjoy the peace here. A circular wonder, it’s a great way to see the landscape without having to go too far off the beaten track, and our Adjustable Wellingtons are the perfect footwear choice, keeping your feet clean and dry as you stroll through this beautiful landscape.
5 – Lock Katrine, Scotland – 5.2 Miles
Settled in the heart of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, this tranquil stroll along the eastern shoreline of Loch is another breathtaking addition to our list. Listen to the soft whispers of the wind through the forest next to you as you watch the water lap at the shoreline – a perfectly relaxing walk in the Scottish Highlands.
ROCKFISH may be based down in Cornwall, which has some fantastic coastal walks for you to enjoy, but with the rest of the countries beautiful landscapes for you to explore, we think there’s plenty of places for you to enjoy your wellies.