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National Parks have 1,386 miles of routes designated as suitable for people with access challanges.

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The Autumn is a great time to go stargazing. There's no place better than a National Park.
North York Moors
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North York Moors

The first Dark Skies Fringe Festival starts on 23 October jointly hosted with Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Snowdonia
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Snowdonia

Snowdonia was designated an International Dark Sky Reserve in 2015.

Brecon Beacons
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Brecon Beacons

On a clear night in the Brecon Beacons, you can see the Milky Way, major constellations, bright nebulas and even meteor showers.

Northumberland
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Northumberland

Home to England’s first International Dark Sky Park. Just one of Northumberland's many dark sky sites where you can see millions of stars, far away from light pollution.

South Downs
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South Downs

One of only 16 International Dark Skies Reserves, the South Downs is one of the best places to stargaze in the UK.

Exmoor
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Exmoor

Home to Europe’s first International Dark Sky Reserve. The annual Exmoor Dark Skies Festival in October is an ideal time to discover stargazing.

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National Parks took the lead or took part in 337 conservation and wildlife projects last year.

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National Parks employed 56 apprentices and trainees last year.

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