Walking in England

Explore the wondrous scenery in England.  From isolated craggy moorland with deep dales to open cliffs and secluded beaches of the coastal paths.  Embrace the joy of nature with one of our walks. 

Surround yourself in history, walking the magnificent Roman wall, spanning from one coast to another on the Hadrian's Wall.  Discover the beauty of the North Yorkshire moors, and then follow the breath-taking seaside coast path on the Cleveland Way.  If you looking for something a bit more challenging, walk across the whole of the North of England past the iconic Lake distract on the Coast to Coast Path. Perhaps you would like to follow Britain's oldest road, built in prehistoric times, then the Ridgeway could be what you are looking for.  If you would prefer something a bit easier, how about the picturesque Cotswold Way with it's pretty sandstone villages.  For those who prefer to be by the sea, the South West Coast path stretches along glorious English coastline.  There is something for novice and seasoned walkers.  Come and explore the walks on offer. 

We have graded our walks in difficulty.  Ratings are based on the terrain and number of miles walked in the day.  All walks have easier and more challenging terrain but this is provided to give you a quick overview. 

Additional walks offered but not listed below are Dales Way and Northumberland Coast and Castles.  Both are due to be added to this website shortly.  Please send an enquiry to receive an itinerary and information on the routes. 

We constantly update this page, but if you still can’t find what you’re looking for, please feel free to get in touch with us – we will be more than happy to help.

Hadrian's Wall going off into the distance, over green fields.

Hadrians Wall

This route is classed as moderate to challenging 

The Hadrian's Wall path is one of the most iconic National trails in Britain. Following in most part, the historic line of the Roman constructed wall spanning across Northern England from coast to coast.  Between Bowness-on-Solway and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.  

This National trail can be walked in both directions. or as smaller sections. 

Ariel view over the colourful Village of Staithes

Cleveland Way

This route is classed as moderate to challenging to very challenging

The Cleveland Way is a very old National trail.  Starting in the North Yorkshire town of Helmsley spanning across the North Yorkshire Moors National Park to Saltburn-by-the-Sea and then following the coast line south to Filey.   

This trail is offered in one direction and can be walked as a whole or split into two sections.  

Typical Cotswold house in sand stone

Cotswold Way

This route is classed as moderate to challenging 

The Cotswold Way runs along the western escarpment of the beautiful Cotswold Hills.  Starting in the Market Town of Chipping Campden and finishing in the World Heritage City of Bath.  

This trail is offered in one direction and can be walked as a whole or split into two sections. 

Stone bridge and stone walls on the North Yorkshire Moors with purple heather on the hills

Coast to Coast

This route is classed as challenging to very challenging

The Coast to Coast path stretches across Northern England, from St Bees, on the Irish Sea Coast, through the picturesque lake district, to end on the North Sea coast at Robin Hood's Bay. A challenging walk which has just been given it's National Trail status. 

This route is offered in one direction, from East to West and can be walked as a whole or as the West or East section.



View across green fields toward Ivinghoe Beacon


This route is classed as moderate to challenging 

One of Britain's oldest National trails, the Ridgeway celebrated it's 50 years anniversary 2023. Following a route used in Prehistoric times, which is well maintained and signposted. Starting at the World Heritage site of Avebury and finishing on the prominent hill at Ivinghoe Beacon.

Walked in one direction.  You can walk this route in full or as the West or East section. 

Pennine way path toward Keld

Pennine Way

This route is classed as very challenging 

The Pennine Way is an iconic National Trail, cutting through the length of England’s Northern uplands.  From the Hills of the Derbyshire Peak District up through the stunning Yorkshire Dales, crossing over the historic Hadrian’s Wall to end at the Scottish boarder in Kirk Yetholm. This trail has frequent steep climbs over some more difficult terrain, so is classed as a challenging walk. Recommended for experienced walkers.

Only offered in one direction, the route can be walked as a whole or as the south, central or northern section.

Looking along the Coast path towards Croyde from Woolacombe

South West Coast Path

This route is classed as moderate to challenging 

The South West Coast Path is Britain's longest National Trail, running the coast line through the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset.

Walked in one direction, following the coast line from North to South.  Offered in smaller sections but can be combined if you are looking for a longer break. 

What you can expect from our walks

What is included 

  • You will be accommodated as close to the path as possible in good quality accommodation using a mixture of Guesthouse, Bed and Breakfast, Farmhouse, local Inns and Hotels.
  • All rooms are booked as en-suite or private bathroom wherever possible
  • Breakfast is always included. Sometimes this is continental not always a fully cooked breakfast.
  • Your luggage will be transferred for you between each of your accommodations.
  • Where your accommodation is not within a reasonable walking distance of the path you will be provided with a transfer to your accommodation.
  • Your route planning will be provided as part of your holiday pack.
  • Your Holiday pack will included your Trail Guide and map, itinerary, accommodation directions and route notes, lunch information and evening meal recommendations, luggage transfer information and holiday planning details.
  • A packed lunch and your evening meal are not included in your holiday cost.
  • You will be responsible for getting to your first nights accommodation and departing from your last nights accommodation.  

Additional Costs

Rest Days

If you would like to spend additional days in an area, a rest day can be included in your itinerary.  This is great for exploring the area At £70.00 per person per night.  Please let us know at the time of booking so this can be included.  

Solo Walkers 

Solo walker supplement is charged at £70 per night.  All our walks are based on two people sharing a room.  The Solo Walker supplement is applied per night for anyone holidaying on their own.  It is charged to cover the extra costs passed on from the accommodations and luggage transfers. 

Single Supplement

Single supplement applies if you are booking as part of a group but require a room of your own.  Charged at £60 per person per night. Again, it is charged to cover the extra costs passed on from the accommodations and luggage transfers. 

Postage Costs

Postage is calculated dependant on location, as listed below:

UK - £6.99 per pack

Europe - £17.99 per pack

Rest of World - £26.99 per pack


How do I book.

  • All of our walks are individually written by our experienced, knowledgeable staff.  Please click on the book now button, fill in the form and we will contact you to discuss your plans.
  • We want to provide you with the holiday you are looking for.  So no deposits are taken until we have personally discussed your requirements with you.
  • Once confirmed, you will be sent a secure link to pay your deposit of £200 per person.
  • You will be kept up to date with the progress of your holiday booking.

When would you like to start

We want to arrange your holiday to suit you.  So you get to choose the start date and we will work from there.  

Our walks are only offered between April and September, giving better daylight hours and safer walking conditions for you. 


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