Motorhome owners have a number of outdoor pursuits to choose from

Discover Adventure is urging both new and old motorhome owners to get out and explore the United Kingdom. Outdoor pursuits and adventure holidays are often the perfect break for motorists who hold motorhome insurance policies and there is an array of destinations to choose from throughout the UK.

The travel experts underline this point by acknowledging that there are outdoor pursuits to enjoy around England, Scotland and Wales and that mobile homes are often the best mode of transport for enjoying the outdoors. Families looking for an entertaining outdoor-type holiday should head to the West Country and explore the region’s fabulous coastal scenery. Hiking from National Trust (NT) car parks is a great way of enjoying this breath-taking landscape and a yearly fee will give motorhome owners free access to NT car parks everywhere in the UK. Motorhome owners can also enjoy a trip along the Bristol Channel by trekking from Minehead on a trail that almost flows side by side with the West Somerset Railway. Another beautiful hike is the winding route that connects West Quantoxhead with Steart and passes the stunning village of Lilstock.

Those driving North of the boarder should also be sure to explore the rugged highlands of Great Glen and Ben Nevis. There are a number of natural wonders in Great Glen, due to the location being tucked in the green countryside which splits Fort William with Inverness. Motorhome owners who love nature can travel to Wales and rediscover Britain’s wonderful countryside by paying a visit to Snowdonia National Park. This huge national park welcomes more than 26,000 visitors every year and allows them to discover the 825 square miles of diverse landscapes.

Jonathan Bryan, owner and managing director of Discover Adventure, said “Every area of the British countryside is great for an outdoor holidaying adventure. In every region there is plenty to do, from walking to mountain-biking and kayaking, and, of course, trekking and cycling trips across these landscapes and beyond.”