Walks in England
Coast to Coast (15 - 18 nights) The classic cross country walk, established by Alfred Wainwright. Two weeks (or thereabouts) across England's finest landscapes.
The Cotswold Way (8 nights) 102 miles (165k) along the length of the Cotswolds - with overnights at picture postcard villages, and finishing at Bath.
The Cotswold Triangle (7 nights) At just 58 miles, shorter daily walks allow plenty of time to relax and enjoy the very prettiest of the Cotswold villages.
Hadrian's Wall Path (7 nights) Another great coast to coast walk, following the line of the Roman Wall, allegedly built to keep out the Scots (an impossible task)
Cornwall Coastal Path The whole walk is 258 miles (415k), with a fantastic variety of coastal scenery. We can arrange walks along any or all of the different sections.
Walks in Ireland
The Kerry Way (7 or 11 nights) The oldest long distance path in Ireland, in the beautiful south west. Walk the entire length or on a selected shorter section.
The Beara Way (6 to 9 nights) The most unspoiled of the south-western peninsulas. Peace and solitude, with two optional days on islands.
The Connemara Way (5 to 8 nights) Perhaps the loveliest scenery in Ireland - through remote mountain countryside with spectacular views to the Atlantic
Wicklow Break (4 nights) A short walking break in the Wicklow Mountains, easily accessible from Dublin
More Walks in Scotland
Most of the best Scottish Walks are provided by our sister company, Make Tracks. Here are a couple of others where we work together with trusted partners to provide great walking holidays.
Across Cowal (6 nights) Relaxing walking in a hidden corner of Scotland. Easy access from Glasgow, but real highland scenery.
The Annandale Way (6 nights) A fine new long distance path, exploring the River Annan all the way to its source from where it enters the Solway Firth in the south of Scotland.