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National Parks in the United Kingdom Кузьмина Т.И. ГБОУ ЦО «Бескудниковский» Britain’s breathing spaces
The United Kingdom has 15 National Parks; Britain's breathing spaces. BRECON BEACONS Брекон Биконс Mountains and moorland, standing stones and castles, lively waterfalls and unique geology. moorland- местность, поросшая вереском
BRECON BEACONS Key areas of interest Dramatic mountain landscapes including 886m high Pen Y Fan (Pen y Fan /pɛn.ə.ˈvæn/ is the highest peak in south Wales, situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park. ) Walking and cycling for all abilities Welsh mountain ponies and red kites Global Geopark with unique geology International Dark Sky Reserve Less than an hour from Cardiff A dark-sky preserve (DSP) is an area, usually surrounding a park or observatory, that is kept free of artificial light pollution.
THE BROADS Бродс Britain's largest protected wetland (болотистая местность) was formed by the flooding of old peat diggings (торфодобывание) and is now home to some of Britain's rarest wildlife.
THE BROADS Key areas of interest A mosaic of landscapes with 7 rivers and over 60 broads( пресноводное озеро), home to over a quarter of our rarest wildlife Great for boating of all kinds Gentle footpaths and cycle routes, fabulous fishing A Roman fort, medieval churches and traditional drainage windmills The River Wensum runs right into the city of Norwich, just 2 hours from London
CAIRNGORMS Кайрнгорм Britain's largest National Park containing its highest mountain range and its biggest native forests; spectacularly clean rivers and lochs (узкий морской залив); moorland (местность, поросшая вереском) and farmland (обрабатываемая земля) and a stronghold for Britain's wildlife.
CAIRNGORMS Key areas of interest Dramatic mountain landscapes Ancient Caledonian pine forests Home to many of the UK’s unique wildlife Great for hillwalking, climbing and cycling Winter sports including skiing Historic castles, towns and Highland estates
DARTMOOR Дартмур Heather-covered( покрытое вереском moorland, rocky granite tors (вершина), stone circles and medieval villages, iconic Dartmoor ponies, and vibrant villages with traditional events.
DARTMOOR Key areas of interest Variety of walking and cycling routes for all abilities Internationally important archaeology, including longest stone row in the world Inspirational location for films, books and music Less than an hour from Exeter and Plymouth
EXMOOR Эксмур Moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, high cliffs that plunge into the Bristol Channel, and cosy villages offering delicious local produce.
EXMOOR Key areas of interest Ancient woodlands and swathes of bluebells (колокольчики) Wild red deer and Exmoor ponies Burial mounds (курган), standing stones, Roman forts and medieval villages International Dark Sky reserve Less than an hour from Exeter
LAKE DISTRICT Озёрный край High fells, deep glacial lakes and rural communities, the Lake District has inspired writers and visitors for centuries. https://www.google.fr/search?q=LAKE+DISTRICT
LAKE DISTRICT Key areas of interest Scafell, Englands's highest mountain 16 main lakes and many smaller tarns (озеро, образуемое горными потоками) Boat trips, sailing, canoeing and swimming Less than 2 hours from Manchester
LOCH LOMOND & THE TROSSACHS Национальный парк Лох Ломонд & Троссачс With 22 large lochs and about 50 rivers and streams, you're never far from a fantastic view across water. https://www.google.fr/search?q=LOCH+LOMOND+%26+THE+TROSSACHS
LOCH LOMOND & THE TROSSACHS Key areas of interest Dramatic mountain landscapes Great for hillwalking and climbing Boat trips, sailing and canoeing Less than an hour from Glasgow
NEW FOREST Нью-Форест An historic royal hunting forest, where ancient woodlands and open heathland (поросшая вереском болотистая местность) have commoning (обьединение) rights for ponies, cattle and pigs. https://www.google.fr/search?q=NEW+FORES
NEW FOREST Key areas of interest Ponies, cows and pigs on the open forest Ancient trees, some over 1000 years old A coastline of shingle, saltmarsh, lagoons and mudflats, with a strong maritime heritage Less than an hour from Southampton, Bournemouth and Salisbury
NORTHUMBERLAND Нортамберленд England's most tranquil area with rolling hills, gentle mountains and internationally recognised dark skies.
NORTHUMBERLAND Key areas of interest Remote tranquil hills and mountains Northumberland Dark Sky Park, the largest area of protected night sky in Europe Hadrian's Wall Roman remains Wild mountain goats Less than an hour from Newcastle
NORTH YORK MOORS Норт-Йорк-Мурс Wide open moors, big skies, amazing swathes of purple heather, and a beautiful coastline with traditional fishing villages, cliffs and beaches.
NORTH YORK MOORS Key areas of interest Heritage in action, from steam railway to artisan crafts Landscapes with fantastic cycling and walking Peaceful woodlands, ancient trees Moorland birds, bluebells and native wild daffodils Seaside breaks at Robin Hood’s Bay and Staithes Less than an hour from York
PEAK DISTRICT Пик-Дистрикт Britain's first National Park, nestled between the cities of Manchester and Sheffield, is a land of contrasts: dramatic heather moorland hills and rock edges in the north, limestone dales (известняковая долина) and rivers in the south. https://www.google.fr/search?q=PEAK+DISTRICT
PEAK DISTRICT Key areas of interest Dark Peak: gritstone country. Stanage Edge is a hotspot for rock climbers and wildlife watchers White Peak: limestone country. Discover panoramic views from the trail at Parsley Hay Nearly 200 square miles of open access land for walkers to enjoy 34 miles of family-friendly trails ideal for walkers, cyclists and horse riders
PEMBROKESHIRE COAST Пембрукшир-Кост Britain's only fully coastal National Park with 418km of cliffs, beaches and harbours.
PEMBROKESHIRE COAST Key areas of interest Long distance walking trail along 300km of coastline Seabirds, seals, dolphins and basking sharks Walking, cycling, horse riding, canoeing Prehistoric tombs, Celtic crosses, Iron Age Hill Forts and numerous castles
SNOWDONIA Сноудония Dominated by the impressive Snowdonia mountain range, discover picturesque villages, steep river gorges and waterfalls and a coastline of fine sandy beaches.
SNOWDONIA Key areas of interest Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales Rich and varied landscapes including wooded valleys and moorlands Historic castles 23 miles of coastline with sand dune backed beaches The Welsh language, spoken by over half the population Just 2 hours from Manchester
SOUTH DOWNS Discover the world-famous white cliffs at Seven Sisters, rolling green and gold hills, ancient woodland and lowland heaths or explore ‘picture perfect’ villages, traditional country pubs and flourishing vineyards. https://www.google.fr/search?q=SOUTH+DOWNS
SOUTH DOWNS Key areas of interest Walk, cycle or horse ride the length of the National Park on the 160km South Downs Way national trail Chalk grasslands and woodlands rich in wildflowers and butterflies and dramatic chalk cliff coastline Bustling market towns, hidden villages and historic estates Just over an hour by train from London and a short bus ride from Brighton, Portsmouth, Eastbourne and Winchester
YORKSHIRE DALES Rolling green valleys scattered with traditional field barns and drystone walls. https://www.google.fr/search?q=YORKSHIRE+DALES
YORKSHIRE DALES Key areas of interest Lush valleys, heather moorland, rivers and waterfalls The home of famous Wendsleydale cheese Yorkshire's Three peaks - Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-ghent Limestone pavement (известняковая мостовая) at natural amphitheatre Malham Cove Only an hour from Leeds and York