OUTDOOR experts have unveiled a list of the best walks across the UK, with four from Scotland making the top 20.

The list, compiled by experts from Go Outdoors, includes walks from a variety of UK areas, ranging from the Cornish coast to the Scottish Highlands.

Researchers also graded each walk based on the terrain and how difficult it is as well as how long it usually takes.

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Here’s the list:

Cairngorms – Ben Macdui and Cairngorm 

Ben Macdui is the second-highest peak in the UK, behind Ben Nevis and Go Outdoors says it is “well worth the hours spent trekking to the top for the incredible views over the region”.

Cairngorms - Cateran Trail: Alyth to Blairgowrie (via the Bridge of Cally)

Coming in at around seven to 10 hours long, this trail is heavily signposted throughout the Cairngorms.

The Alyth to Blairgowrie section takes in the Bridge of Cally during the 15-mile walk with Go Outdoors saying its popular among “keen and amateur walkers alike”.

Loch Lomond & Trossachs – Loch Katrine

Loch Katrine is a freshwater loch located in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

To start the walk, you need to book a ticket to Stronachlachar pier and you can walk back along the shore road from there.

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It takes a little over six hours to complete.

Loch Lomond & Trossachs – Ben Lomond

Go Outdoors says that Ben Lomond is “one of the easiest” Munros to climb and that “it’s one of Scotland’s most climbed hills, second to Ben Nevis”.

It’s one of the shorter walks on the trail, taking around three hours and 40 minutes to complete.

The full list of the best walks across the UK can be viewed HERE.