We offer a range of walking holidays in the UK: in Dorset, the Cotswolds, the Lake District and Northumberland , plus the Scottish Highlands too.
Explore archetypal Highland scenery along parts of the Great Glen Way and Loch Ness, admire the vistas that inspired writers in the Cotswolds and the UNESCO Lake District or explore the best sections of Hadrian's Wall and the Northumberland Coast Path. All our UK walking holidays are carefully designed to take you through unique regional landscapes, histories and cultures - including some of the countries' Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
From beautiful stretches of golden sand to dense woodland, snow-capped mountains to rolling countryside, there's a huge variety of breath-taking landscapes to explore in the UK. And what better way to take in the scenic natural beauty than on our hiking holidays in Britain? Whether you want to visit the vast blue waters of the Lake District or feast your eyes on the spectacular Dorset coastline, our walking holidays in the UK give you the opportunity to see it all on foot.
There's a huge amount of striking landscapes and chocolate box towns to discover in Great Britain. That's why we offer a wide choice of walking holidays across the UK, including Dorset , the Cotswolds , the Lake District , Northumberland and the Scottish Highlands .
Explore archetypal Highland scenery along parts of the Great Glen Way and Loch Ness, or admire the vistas that inspired writers in the Cotswolds and the UNESCO Lake District. You can also visit the best sections of Hadrian's Wall, and take in far-reaching views along the Northumberland Coast Path. Whichever you choose, rest assured all our UK walking holidays are carefully designed to take you through unique regional landscapes, histories and cultures - including some of the country's Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
There are plenty of fantastic activities to keep you and your travel companions busy on our hiking holidays in the UK. As well as navigating your chosen route, you'll have the opportunity to explore famous landmarks, visit picturesque towns and sample local dishes during your trip.
For instance, if you choose the Lake District, you could hop onboard a boat to take in the views from the water, before heading to a traditional pub for a delicious dinner. Or, if you'd like to explore the beautiful Jurassic Coast in Dorset, you could visit the striking Corfe Castle, sink your toes in the sand at Durdle Door beach, and enjoy local fish and chips along the seafront.
As all our walking holidays in Britain are self-guided, you can explore your surroundings at a pace to suit you. That means if you want to stop off at a stately home, head for a dip in the ocean or take a break at a traditional tea room, you have the flexibility to plan your day as you wish.
All our hiking holidays in the UK are graded from one to four, which indicates how challenging each route is to hike. This rating is calculated primarily using the distance and the ascent of the walk. Our level one holidays are gentle, making them perfect for first-timers or those who enjoy a relaxing pace. Our level one+ hikes are still gentle, but may have some more challenging sections along the way.
Our level two holidays include more varied routes, and usually appeal to travellers who wish to be more active. Following this, our level three and four holidays are more advanced, with routes often appealing to regular hikers.
This system helps you to choose a trip that best suits you. As you take a look at each of our walking holidays in Britain below, you'll be able to see how challenging each route is by looking at the 'Activity level' section.
We want you to book our UK walking holidays with complete confidence, which is why we've put protection in place should you need to change your travel plans. Our travel insurance policies now include Covid-19 cover as standard, with no additional premium to pay. If we need to cancel your holiday, or you need to cancel due to being diagnosed with Covid-19 and can't claim through your insurance, we'll refund you.
We understand that you may also need a greater degree of flexibility with your travel arrangements, so we've put additional measures in place to give you peace of mind. For instance, you may be able to transfer to a different holiday up to 31 days before departure. Or, you can cancel for free up to 42 days before your trip and get your balance back, and we'll hold your deposit for you to use on another adventure holiday in the next two years.
Please rest assured that we're committed to keeping you safe in line with our Travel Safety Promise . This means that our UK walking holidays all follow the latest guidelines, cleaning protocols and naturally allow a social distancing approach.
Terms and conditions apply. To find out more, head to our dedicated page that explains how you can book and travel with confidence.
The Lake District National Park is England's most visited national park and this 6 night self-guided walking holiday takes in some of the highlights. Whether you're visiting the home of William Wordsworth while nibbling famous Grasmere gingerbread, surveying Lake Windermere from the top of Latterbarrow Fell, or following the Cumbria Way through beautiful country estates owned by the National Trust, you'll be sure to enjoy an authentic Lakeland experience!
This walk along Hadrian’s Wall, from West to East, starts at Lanercost Priory and ends in Corbridge, taking in some of the best-preserved Roman sites in the UK. The route also passes the world-famous Sycamore Gap as well as some fabulous rolling Northumberland countryside and craggy hillsides, such as those of Walltown, Winshield and Sewingshields Crags.
This stunning 5 night walk along some of the UK's most beautiful coastline will introduce you to Dorset and the 185 million years of history that is the Jurassic Coast - Britain's first UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site. Take in elements of the South-West Coast Path and the Purbeck Way along with historic seaside towns and sleepy villages, spectacular natural landmarks (like Durdle Door), rolling green hills and towering white chalk cliffs, National Trust castles and beaches, and (of course) traditional English tea-rooms serving tea and home-made cake!
Walk along Northumberland’s wild coast with fabulous beaches, famous castles, fish & chips and spectacular views across the North Sea. Follow the full Northumberland Coast Path (100km) from Cresswell to Berwick-upon-Tweed.
Discover rolling hills and heather clad moors in this region rich in history; hill forts, castles, old quarries and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal.
A walk through Snowdonia, following ridges and riverside trails, culminating in summiting Snowdon.
This walk through the Cotswolds starts in the historic regency spa town of Cheltenham and explores the quintessentially British, golden-hued villages of the area. Stay in some iconic villages including Broadway, Bourton-on-the-Water and Winchcombe and explore the local historical sites whilst enjoying spectacular views.
Walk through some of the finest North Cotswold villages with shorter walking days allowing you the maximum time needed to explore the villages and walk at a relaxed pace. Visit beautiful villages including Guiting Power, Broadway and Chipping Campden as well as places of historical interest and some spectacular gardens.
Known for tales of the seldom seen monster, the area around Loch Ness is also famous for having some of the most spectacular natural scenery in the UK. Here numerous other lochs await discovery along with ruined castles, shady forests, tranquil waterways, high viewpoints, hidden waterfalls, a huge variety of wildlife (including many birds of prey and notably golden eagles) and a history that at times seems indiscernible from the area's timeless folklore.