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Walk the South Downs Way and take in the Sussex and Hampshire countryside on a fairly relaxed route.
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Discover Scotland on foot by traversing the sublime Fife Coastal Path. This 117 mile coastal walk runs from the Forth Estuary in the south to the Tay Estuary in the north. It’s a terrifically scenic walk which takes in glorious sandy beaches, historic castles and caves, fascinating wildlife and fishing villages.
A relaxed pace walk taking in the best parts of the Cotswolds including Stanway House, Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold.
Perfect for a short break, Church Stretton is located in the heart of Shropshire’s hills and has been nicknamed ‘Little Switzerland’ for its beauty.
The Gower peninsula is famous for its wonderful beaches and this bitesize coastal path will take you past them all. As Britain’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it includes 24 Wildlife Trust reserves and 10 nature reserves, ensuring plenty of nature spotting on top of the unending scenic coastal views.
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Linking 2 opposite coastlines, The Saint’s Way trail is a coast to coast leisurely ramble across mid-Cornwall.
Peaceful and serene, the Anglesey Coastal Path takes you right into the heart of Welsh culture as you explore the coastline of Wales’ largest island. Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and set amongst the backdrop of the Snowdonia mountain range, there is no shortage of wonderful walking scenery.
Scotland’s 4th national long distance walking route, the Great Glen Way walk runs from Fort William in the highlands to the city of Inverness along the Great Glen Fault.
Journey across the Yorkshire Dales National Park countryside to the shores of Britain’s largest lake on the Dales Way walk.
Perfect for those looking for a short walking holiday, the Llangollen Round includes beautiful scenery, charming towns and sites of historical interest, all within just a few days walking. Walkers will be treated to views of the Snowdonia mountains, the Shropshire Hills (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), the delightful Dee Valley and the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, now a designated World Heritage Site.
Take a journey back in time on the Roman Hadrian’s Wall walk. Experience the challenge of travelling from the east to the west coast of England by foot.
Stretching 96 miles, the Isle of Man coastal path crosses a mix of terrain from sandstone cliffs to marshland and mud-flats.
Enjoy a relaxing route on the Isle of Wight coastal path and experience enchanting scenery which has inspired some of Britain’s greatest writers, artists and scientists.
Jersey is situated just off the French Normandy coast. Boasting British and French characteristics, walkers will get the best of both worlds on their walking holiday.
Walk through centuries of history on two separate paths forming one National Trail.
Rob Roy Way is a 79 mile walking route through the gorgeous Southern Highlands. It follows the paths and tracks used by outlaw and folk hero Rob Roy MacGregor during the 17th and 18th century.
Explore one of England’s finest unspoilt coastal areas on a 64 mile walk through the Northumberland Coast Path.
Following the River Wye along the borderlands of England and Wales, the Wye Valley Walk is a gentle trail full to the brim with charm and beauty. As a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you will be surrounded by spectacular scenery and wildlife as you make your way through small villages and market towns, each with it’s own sight of historical significance. It is an ideal walk for those looking for a bit of culture, with stopping points including Tintern Abbey Hereford Cathedral and the book town of Hay-on-Wye.
Follow the oldest waymarked footpath in Devon which links the national parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor.