England

A walking holiday in England will provide you with a rich and diverse experience – from ancient trails to high level ridges, twisting coastal paths to windswept moors, breathtaking views to scrumptious local dining. The variety of walking opportunities is immense and as varied as the landscape, people and culture you’ll experience along the way.

Our self-guided walking holidays follow some of England’s finest long distance trails, famous for stunning lake and mountain scenery, unspoilt and beautiful coastlines, historic landmarks and picturesque villages.

Our walking packages include the heather covered moorlands and high coastal cliffs of the Cleveland Way, a traverse of the country on Wainwright’s Coast to Coast, the quaint Yorkshire villages and rolling hills of the Dales Way, and the historic Hadrian’s Wall Path.

Cleveland Way
Cleveland Way
The Cleveland Way follows a route of 110 miles through beautiful landscapes and ever-changing scenery and was the second National Trail to be established in the UK (the Pennine Way was first), officially opening in 1969. The contrast.......
 
Coast to Coast
Coast to Coast
The Coast to Coast is a wonderful and inspiring route, to rank with the finest of long distance walks. In a search to find the 50 best walks in the world, the Coast to Coast ranked 2nd, behind the Milford Track in New Zealand......
 
Cotswold Way
Cotswold Way
The Cotswold Way is a long distance walking trail that runs 102 miles between the beautiful market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the World Heritage City of Bath in the south. For a taste of everything quintessentially English, this is a walk that offers it all......
 
Cumbria Way
Cumbria Way
The Cumbria Way is an exhilarating walk which traverses the stunning Lake District National Park and provides an excellent introduction to the charms of England's most mountainous area. Stretching from Ulverston on the shores of Morecambe Bay......
 
Dales Way
Dales Way
The Dales Way is one of the finest long distance walking routes in the British Isles. This beautiful 80 mile walk across the Yorkshire Dales begins in the delightful market town of Ilkley. It ends in the Lake District on the shores of Lake Windermere after its journey across two scenic National Parks.....
 
Hadrian's Wall Path
Hadrian\'s Wall Path
Hadrian's Wall Path is fast becoming one of the UK’s most popular long distance walks. It passes through some of the most beautiful parts of England - from rolling fields and rugged moorland to the vibrant cities of Newcastle and Carlisle......
 
Herriot Way
Herriot Way
The Herriot Way is based on a walk taken by James Herriot, the pseudonym for Alf Wight, and his son. Alf was a British veterinary surgeon and a writer, and is best known for writing what later became the well-known TV series, ‘All Creatures Great and Small’.......
 
Isle of Wight Coastal Path
View of Alum Bay from the Coastal Path
Situated just 5 miles off the south coast of England, the Isle of Wight is a walker’s paradise with over half of it designated as an AONB. The variety of coastal scenery along this 67 mile trail is amazing; the spectacular chalk stacks of ‘The Needles', the multi-coloured sands of Alum Bay......
 
Lady Anne's Way
Lady Anne\'s Way
The Lady Anne’s Way is a fitting tribute to a woman who devoted her life to the restoration of castles, churches and monuments, and whose philanthropy knew no bounds. Walk in the footsteps of Lady Anne Clifford, born in 1590 at Skipton Castle.......
 
Northumberland Coast Path
Northumberland Coast Path
The Northumberland Coast is most famous for its wild, unspoilt beauty - sweeping beaches, historic castles, rolling dunes and picturesque old coastal villages hardly changed by time. The 64 mile (103 km) Northumberland Coast Path......
 
Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path
Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path
The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path combine two walks into one National Trail. Start by walking south to north, before heading west to east along the beautiful Norfolk Coast. Enjoy the contrasts and diversity as you walk through a landscape that has been shaped over centuries......
 
Ridgeway
The Ridgeway
The Ridgeway is Britain’s oldest “road”, following ancient paths through the heart of England which have been walked by soldiers, herdsmen and travellers for 5000 years. The trail runs for 87 miles along a chalk ridge passing through two distinct landscapes.......
 
South Downs Way
South Downs Way
Experience some of our finest countryside between the historic city of Winchester and the magnificent, white chalk cliffs on England’s South Coast. The South Downs Way stretches 100 miles from Winchester to the Victorian seaside town of Eastbourne on the South Coast of England....
 
South West Coast Path - Exmouth to Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis on the Jurassic Coast
The South West Coast Path from Exmouth to Lyme Regis is most famous for its rugged, historic beauty - sweeping beaches, dramatic cliffs, wildlife and quiet picturesque coastal villages......
 
South West Coast Path - Lyme Regis to Poole
Durdle Door on the South West Coast Path
This section of the South West Coast Path is best known for its dramatic and famous landmarks, picturesque coastal villages, and important trade towns and harbours......
 
South West Coast Path - Padstow to Penzance
Kayaks in Mousehole, Cornwall
This unmissable section of the South West Coast Path takes in secluded coastal villages, surfing hotspots, the beautiful harbour towns of St Ives and Padstow, as well as Land’s End and the incredible Minack Theatre.......
 
St Oswald's Way
St Oswalds Way
The St. Oswald’s Way is a wonderful long distance walking route, exploring some of the finest landscapes and fascinating history of Northumberland. Beginning on Holy Island with its fairytale castle, the 97 mile St. Oswald’s Way......