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10 of the UK's most spectacular autumn walks

Whether you relish the drop in temperature or are still yearning for summer days, there's no denying that autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons.

Stretching far beyond your Instagram feed, people around the world flock to hotspots aglow with fiery colours. In fact, the seasonal activity is so popular in the USA that they've coined the term 'leaf-peepers' to describe those hitting the trails.

But there's no need to venture too far from home to make the most of autumn's fleeting beauty, just pull on your wellies and grab the camera... we've rounded up ten of the most spectacular places in the UK to see autumn in all its glory.

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