It may be cooler, and the winds sharper, but there is nothing more refreshing than a long, crisp walk exploring Leeds' natural beauty. Here are some great places to walk in Leeds:
1. Roundhay Park
Roundhay Park covers 700 acres of parkland, lakes and woodland for walkers to enjoy. There is also Tropical World for families to enjoy.
Photo: James Hardisty
2. Yeadon Tarn
Yeadon Tarnfield Park stretches across 17 hectares and is a great location for a lazy stroll, as well as for more adventurous outdoor pursuits. It is also a great place to watch the planes flying from Leeds Bradford Airport.
Photo: Claire Newman
3. Harewood House
There are more than 100 acres of gardens to explore in the grounds of the stunning Harewood House. Pictured is bird keeper Peter Stubbs feeding the blue and gold macaws at the bird garden.
Photo: Tony Johnson
4. Temple Newsam
Temple Newsam is a stunning Tudor-Jacobean house just south of Halton. It boasts 1,500 acres of land to explore - compiled of open grassland, woodlands, a walled garden and lakeside paths.
Photo: Simon Hulme