There are 13 National Parks in England and Wales, with a further 2 in Scotland. This is a link to the indivisual national park pages where we have walks. If you run a website in those areas, either offficial or not, then get in touch if you’d like your walks featured on the Mud and Routes Database.

Peak District National Park.

Created in 1951. Area = 1438km²

Lake District National Park.

Created in 1951. Area = 2292km²

Snowdonia – Eryri National Park.

Created in 1951. Area = 2142km²

Dartmoor National Park.

Created in 1951. Area = 956km²

Pembrokeshire Coast – Arfordir Penfro National Park.

Created in 1952. Area = 620km²

North York Moors National Park.

Created in 1952. Area = 1436km²

Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Created in 1954. Area = 1769km²

Exmoor National Park.

Created in 1954. Area = 693km²

Northumberland National Park.

Created in 1956. Area = 1049km²

Brecon Beacons – Bannau Brycheiniog National Park.

Created in 1957. Area = 1351km²

The Broads National Park*.

Created in 1989. Area = 303km²

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park (Pàirc Nàiseanta Loch Laomainn is nan Tròisichean)

Created in 2002  Area = 1,865 720km²

Cairngorms National Park – (Pàirc Nàiseanta a’ Mhonaidh Ruaidh)

Created in 2003. Area = 4,528km²

New Forest National Park.

Created in 2005. Area = 580km²

South Downs National Park.

Created in 2010. Area = 1641km²

 

*note that the Broads are not named as a National Park in law, but are afforded the same level of protection and decided to adopt the name National Park to reflect that.

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