Walk the South Downs Way and take in the Sussex and Hampshire countryside on a fairly relaxed route.
Walk along the oldest road in Britain past ancient landscapes of Chiltern Hills and Wessex Downs.
Stretching 96 miles, the Isle of Man coastal path crosses a mix of terrain from sandstone cliffs to marshland and mud-flats.
Journey across the Yorkshire Dales National Park countryside to the shores of Britain’s largest lake on the Dales Way walk.
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.
Following the crescent of the Yorkshire Wolds, this 79 mile walking route passes tranquil landscape, stunning coastline and medieval villages.
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.
Named after the 7th century king of Northumbia, this walk covers 3 linked historical sites: The holy island of Lindisfarne, Bamburgh and Heavenfield.
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.
England’s first natural World Heritage Site. Cover 73 miles of coastline from Lyme Regis to Dorset on this fascinating walk through time.
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.