It is simply incredible and easily say the greatest nature show on earth.  With its majestic beauty wrap up warm and embrace Britain’s remarkable autumn landscapes. This half-term some of which are right under our noses.

So, forget Norwegian fjords and Icelandic glaciers. Some of the most breathtaking landscapes are right under our noses in the United Kingdom. Therefore, what’d you think for perfect timing to witness them when they’re in full glory brought to life by the golden hues?

Here are the best places to wrap up warm and visit during the approaching half-term. The different sights when autumn morning as dappled sunlight picks out the golds and reds are one of life’s great masterpieces. Also Read: Mount Danxia ! World Famous UNESCO Geopark of China

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While you are there, pay a visit to the estate's Palladian mansion and the picturesque village of Stourton
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While you are there, pay a visit to the estate’s Palladian mansion and the picturesque village of Stourton
Westonbirt's Victorian creator Robert Holford was fascinated by rare plants and helped finance expeditions to collect specimens from around the world
Westonbirt’s Victorian creator Robert Holford was fascinated by rare plants and helped finance expeditions to collect specimens from around the world
Three cheers for Capability Brown, who designed these gardens and included copper beech roundels whose golden leaves contrast vividly with the evergreens
Three cheers for Capability Brown, who designed these gardens and included copper beech roundels whose golden leaves contrast vividly with the evergreens
There is little that can rival the Lake District's jaw dropping beauty and this is particularly true when the leaves begin to change
There is little that can rival the Lake District’s jaw dropping beauty and this is particularly true when the leaves begin to change
Take a walk by Lake Buttermere in Cumbria to see the dramatic foliage reflected in its waters
Take a walk by Lake Buttermere in Cumbria to see the dramatic foliage reflected in its waters
The cascading Ghyll Force waterfall looks particularly captivating when surrounded by a sea of orange and yellow hues
The cascading Ghyll Force waterfall looks particularly captivating when surrounded by a sea of orange and yellow hues
The National Trust treasure has more than 2,500 acres to explore so there’s room for everyone to explore its beauty. Pictured Wiltshire
The National Trust treasure has more than 2,500 acres to explore so there’s room for everyone to explore its beauty. Pictured Wiltshire
The sight of the Temple of Flora reflected in the lake at Stourhead in Wiltshire on an autumn morning as dappled sunlight picks out the golds and reds is one of life’s great masterpiece
The sight of the Temple of Flora reflected in the lake at Stourhead in Wiltshire on an autumn morning as dappled sunlight picks out the golds and reds is one of life’s great masterpiece
There are 26 walking trails around the forest for visitors to enjoy and mountain biking being a popular way to explore the golden landscape
There are 26 walking trails around the forest for visitors to enjoy and mountain biking being a popular way to explore the golden landscape
Half-term is a perfect time to witness the oaks, beeches, sweet chestnuts and larchs come alive with colour
Half-term is a perfect time to witness the oaks, beeches, sweet chestnuts and larchs come alive with colour
Holme Fen is a rare and isolated remnant of fen habitat lying at the lowest most westerly point of the East Anglian fen basin which is an orange haven as the days inch towards the winter
Holme Fen is a rare and isolated remnant of fen habitat lying at the lowest most westerly point of the East Anglian fen basin which is an orange haven as the days inch towards the winter
Kingley Vale not only contains one of the finest yew forests in western Europe but is also home to a diverse variety of animals including green woodpeckers, red kites and buzzards
Kingley Vale not only contains one of the finest yew forests in western Europe but is also home to a diverse variety of animals including green woodpeckers, red kites and buzzards
New Forest was created by William the Conqueror in 1079 for the pursuit of hunting, is mainly made up birch, beech and oak
New Forest was created by William the Conqueror in 1079 for the pursuit of hunting, is mainly made up birch, beech and oak
One of the few ancient forests left in the UK, the Forest of Dean runs across the border of England and Wales
One of the few ancient forests left in the UK, the Forest of Dean runs across the border of England and Wales
Feel as free as the ponies that roam over thousands of glorious acres in New Forest National Park in Hampshire. Add in a carpet of autumn leaves and this is nature at its best
Feel as free as the ponies that roam over thousands of glorious acres in New Forest National Park in Hampshire. Add in a carpet of autumn leaves and this is nature at its best
Explore the Lake District National Park on foot, bike or by boat to fully appreciate the autumnal majesty of areas such as Latrigg in Keswick
Explore the Lake District National Park on foot, bike or by boat to fully appreciate the autumnal majesty of areas such as Latrigg in Keswick
During half term, visitors can choose from 80 expert-led walks through beautiful autumn landscapes at the park's Walking Festival
During half term, visitors can choose from 80 expert-led walks through beautiful autumn landscapes at the park’s Walking Festival
At Westonbirt in Gloucestershire there are over 15,000 trees which put on one of the world’s most spectacular autumn shows
At Westonbirt in Gloucestershire there are over 15,000 trees which put on one of the world’s most spectacular autumn shows
As night falls, the wood is transformed into the Enchanted Forest, with a spectacular light and music show
As night falls, the wood is transformed into the Enchanted Forest, with a spectacular light and music show
25 species of tree including Scots pine, silver and downy birch, ash, oak, hazel and bird cherry, in autumn it’s ablaze with colour on the banks of Loch Dunmore within Tay Forest Park
25 species of tree including Scots pine, silver and downy birch, ash, oak, hazel and bird cherry, in autumn it’s ablaze with colour on the banks of Loch Dunmore within Tay Forest Park
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Originally posted 2015-10-21 20:07:37.

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