We have fantastic walking holidays in England. Our staff has over 20 years experience doing walking tours in the UK. Not sure which walking holiday is best for you? Get in touch, and we’ll give you some recommendations based on your group size and preferred dates.
A gorgeous area of gentle hills and impossibly pretty limestone villages with good links to London. Easy walking in classic English countryside.
A stunning region of lakes and mountains associated with the poet Wordsworth among others. Moderate walking in some of England’s greatest wild scenery
Waking holidays in Sussex, Essex featuring historic towns like Canterbury, and some of the finest coastal walking in England
We offer some of the most interesting and scenic parts of the Southwest Coastal Path, featuring the Lizard Peninsula (the most southerly point of the British mainland) and St. Michael’s Mount;
the section from St. Ives to Penzance as well from Clovelly to Tintagel
Hampshire and Wiltshire Walks
Two walks featuring two of Europe’s greatest cathedrals in Salisbury and Winchester, one of which also evokes the world of Jane Austen.
Derbyshire is a county in the north of England between Yorkshire and Wales. Some of the finest upland scenery in Britain, magical villages and fascinating history.
East Anglia is the area of England in the east that includes Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgshire and Lincolnshire. Generally easy walking, with some important historical highlights, magnificent churches, and evocative coastal scenery. This is the England that John Constable, one of Europe’s greatest painters, recorded in his classic landscape works
Hadrian’s Wall is a stone and turf fortification built by the Ancient Romans across what is now northern England. Begun in AD 122, during the rule of emperor Hadrian, it was the middle of three such fortifications built across Great Britain, the first being from the River Clyde to the River Forth under Agricola and the last the Antonine Wall.
Dorset and Wiltshire
Dorset is a county in the south of England that has wonderful countryside (immortalised by Thomas Hardy) and a magnificent coastline, including the so-called ‘Jurassic Coast’.
Immediately north is the county of Wiltshire, where Stonehenge, Avebury Stone Circle, and many other prehistoric sites are located.
Located close to the French coast, the Channel Islands consist of Jersey, Guernsey and Sark. Part of England, they are in fact closer geographically to France and this proximity to the continent means the islands have a unique feel to them, combining elements of both countries.
The islands are ideal for walking, and have a large variety of scenery despite their small size. Coastal views and pretty villages are abundant. The islands also have an rich history meaning walkers will not be short of something interesting to see.