The Thames Path is a wonderfully varied walking holiday following the banks of one of the world’s most famous rivers, from it’s source to the sea. Walking the Thames Path each day you pass ancient bridges, locks, riverside pubs, oarsmen pulling upstream, ‘Royal’ swans, solitary herons, kingfisher, wild flowers, water creatures and bucolic Wind-in-the Willows scenery.
Although part of the British Isles, Guernsey is situated 31 miles west of the Normandy coast. Walkers who choose this destination will get to experience a taste of the exotic.
Following the crescent of the Yorkshire Wolds, this 79 mile walking route passes tranquil landscape, stunning coastline and medieval villages.
Borders Abbeys Way is a leisurely walking route located in Scottish Border country – a little known and unspoiled corner of Scotland. This particular route was beloved by Sir Walter Scott and featured in many of his novels.
Tread the same paths as William Shakespeare and learn about the playwright’s fascinating life on this 146 mile walk.
Follow in the footsteps of Samuel Taylor Coleridge on a 51 mile walking route named after the famous poet.
This walk links the Moray coast with the edge of the Grampian Mountains and follows the valley of the River Spey through some of Scotland’s most magnificent scenery.