The best walks in the UK have been revealed by Which?, with two walks in London making it into the top 50.

What could be surprising to many is that London has many beautiful walks with great scenery that makes you feel like miles away from the busy streets of the capital. 

But what is the best walk the region has to offer?

Which? released a survey to find out, ranking each walk on its scenery, accessibility, wildlife, facilities, places of interest, and more.

The Tasmin Trail in Richmond Park came on the list at spot 49 gaining an overall walking score of 70% out of a total of 100%. 

The seven-mile walk gained three out of five stars for peace & quiet, places of interest, scenery, wildlife, and visitor facilities. 

But it does gain a slightly higher mark for food and drink available with a total of four out of five stars. 

The Tasmin trail takes you around the park, through the array of nature and of course to see the park's famous deers. 

Richmond and Twickenham Times: Richmond's Parks famous deer. (PA)Richmond's Parks famous deer. (PA)

Another London walk that made the list was Regent's Canal, which just missed the top 50 coming in at spot 51. 

The walk got an overall score of 68% across its nine-mile walk that takes you down the relaxing canals of the Regents area. 

It gains four stars for food and drinks, accessibility and places of interest.

However, if you're looking for some peace and quiet then the Regents walks may not be the best spot, with it scoring two stars.

The best walks in the UK

For those keen to sample the best walks the rest of the UK has to offer, Malham Cove and Gordale Scar, in Yorkshire, achieved a superb 89% walk score in the Which? survey.

Visitors were impressed by the cove’s amphitheatre-shaped cliffs which lead up to a limestone pavement, where a scene from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was filmed.

Its second striking geological feature, Gordale Scar, is a narrow ravine enclosed by sheer walls 100 metres high.

The 7.5-mile walk scored the full five stars for scenery and places of interest.

It was rated four out of five for difficulty - where one is easy and five is suitable for experienced walkers only - meaning it is a route for more regular ramblers.

Rory Boland, Editor of Which? Travel, said: “The UK has an amazing variety of walks and with its magical connection, the most popular route in our survey was a worthy winner.

“From breathtaking rolling hills and lake loops to historic hikes, clifftop paths and the shingle beaches below, there is a route for every taste or occasion.”