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UK Walking and Cycling Trips Inspired by 2020 Film Releases

There are lots of exciting films coming out in the next few months that were filmed in and around some of the most beautiful parts of the UK. Whether you go to watch them or not, you can still enjoy the same views as your favourite film stars whilst getting active outdoors on a walking or cycling holiday! From all the way up in the Scottish Highlands, right down to the Dorset coast; there's sure to be something that ticks all your boxes.
 
 

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway (UK Release Date, August TBC)

The beloved, Beatrix Potter-created character is getting the CGI treatment one more time. The second feature adaptation of Peter Rabbit was partly filmed in the Lake District, an ode to the character’s creator, as Beatrix Potter had spent many holidays in the area. 

Immerse yourself into the world of Peter Rabbit on the NEW The Cumbria Way: Crossing the Lake District trip, where you will travel through the timeless landscapes of Beatrix Potter in northern England.

Find out more about The Cumbria Way: Crossing the Lake District trip here.
 
 

No Time To Die (UK Release Date, November TBC)

Daniel Craig stars for a fifth and final time as the fictional spy in the upcoming, the twenty-fifth in total, instalment in the James Bond franchise. The (former) MI6 agent spy enjoys life in Jamaica at the beginning of the film, however his retirement turns out to be short lived.

No Time to Die was filmed in various locations including Norway and Italy, as well as the Scottish Highlands, whose spectacular Lochs and Bens you can admire up close in our self-guided cycling trip.

Find out more about the Lochs and Bens trip here
 
© Helmsley Walled Garden
 

The Secret Garden (UK Release Date, 14 August)

The children’s classic is getting the big screen treatment in a new film starring Colin Firth and Julie Walters. The scenes at the secret garden (locked, according to the story, by Mr Craven) were shot at the five-acre Helmsley Walled Garden near the North York Moors, where the Cleveland Way starts.

The Cleveland Way walk begins at Helmsley, so you can start your trip by taking a peek at the ‘new’ secret garden before you venture all the way over to the beautifully picturesque Robin Hood’s Bay.

Find out more about The Cleveland Way trip here.
 
 

Ammonite (UK Release Date, TBC)

The latest project by acclaimed writer-director Francis Lee sees Kate Winslet starring as Mary Anning, the ‘unsung hero of fossil discovery’, whose worked concentrated on Britain’s rugged southern coastline. Co-starring Saoirse Ronan, the film was shot extensively on location in Dorset and Surrey.

As you walk along the Jurassic Coast on the Dorset and Wessex Trails, you will find yourself immersed in the truly wonderful world of Mary Anning.

Find out more about The Dorset and Wessex Trails trip here.
 
Post updated on 18 March, 2020.