These are the exact maps of routes taken by BBC Winter Walks guests Amanda Owen, Alastair Campbell, Reverend Kate Bottley and Nihal Arthanayake.

These celebrity guests take viewers along some of the UK's most amazing walks in Cumbria, Yorkshire and more idyllic countryside routes.

The second series of BBC Four's Winter Walks starts on November 29 at 7.30pm and runs nightly Monday to Thursday.

If you miss Winter Walks, you can catch up on the four part series via BBC iPlayer.

The popular series sees celebrity guest walkers reflect on life experiences as they explore different walking routes across Yorkshire, Cumbria and more.

With only a 360-degree camera and nature for company, guests on Winter Walks discuss inner thoughts, emotions, lost loved ones and childhood memories.

If you've been motivated to get your walking boots on this Winter or you need walking route inspiration, here's the exact routes followed by guests on Winter Walks.

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The walking routes featured in series 2 of Winter Walks

Amanda Owen, the Yorkshire Shepherdess

The next series of Winter Walks starts with Amanda Owen who reveals what life is really like living and working as a shepherdess - all the while exploring familiar territory in Wensleydale and Raydale.

York Press: Amanda Owen's Winter Walks map. Photo: BBC.Amanda Owen's Winter Walks map. Photo: BBC.

Amanda Owen appears on BBC Four's Winter Walks on Monday, November 29, at 7.30pm.

Taking ancient routes first made by the Romans, Amanda meets fellow sheep farmers and exchanges notes on their shared occupation.

Crossing over the dale she drops down to Semer Water, ending her walk on the pebble banks as the water laps at her feet.

Alastair Campbell

Author and broadcaster Alastair Campbell then openly discusses his battle with mental health while walking across the snow-covered hillsides of Ribblesdale. 

Alastair Campbell appears on BBC Four's Winter Walks on Tuesday, November 30 at 7.30pm.

York Press: Alastair Campbell's Winter Walks map. Photo: BBC.Alastair Campbell's Winter Walks map. Photo: BBC.

Starting at a waterfall above the market town of Settle, Alastair descends into town, meeting local residents who are also out braving the weather.

Reverend Kate Bottley

Reverend Kate Bottley reflects on her faith as she takes in the historic ruins and snow-dusted landscape of Wensleydale and Coverdale.

Kate Bottley will appear on BBC Four's Winter Walks on Wednesday, December 1 at 7.30pm.

Kate sets off on her walk as the sun rises over the ruins of Jervaulx Abbey before heading along the banks of the river Cover and into the dale of the same name.

York Press: Kate Bottley's Winter Walks map. Photo credit: BBCKate Bottley's Winter Walks map. Photo credit: BBC

Passing through woodland she meets local residents who are out braving the chilly conditions.

Her journey ends at Middleham Castle, the ruined fortress that was a childhood home of Richard III.

Nihal Arthanayake

Nihal Arthanayake takes in the quiet and stillness of a walk in Cumbria, then across the border into Lancashire.

Nihal Arthanayake will appear on BBC Four's Winter Walks on Thursday, December 2 at 7.30pm.

The broadcaster and radio DJ explores coast and countryside scenes and chats to local characters.

Along the way, Nihal passes Arnside Tower and crosses the border into Lancashire.

York Press: Map of Nihal Arthanayake's Winter Walks route. Photo credit: BBC.Map of Nihal Arthanayake's Winter Walks route. Photo credit: BBC.

Viewers will join Nihal for views from the top of Arnside Knott and from hidden coves on the Silverdale coast.

He tells how walking gives him a fresh perspective on work and relationships in the final episode.

Previous guests on BBC Four's Winter Walks series included Simon Armitage, Pam Manning, Michael Dean, Will Terry, Andy Nugent, Margaret Birkenshaw and Andrew Barlow.