St Ives to Penzance
St Ives to Penzance is the most remote section of the South West Coast Path and offers some challenging walking (daily distances have been kept short because of this). Its rugged path hugs the coastline around Cape Cornwall and then down to Lands End which is the most westerly tip of Britain.
6 DAYS FROM £515
Padstow to St Ives
The walk takes in exhilarating cliff top walking, golden sandy bays with ever present surfers catching the waves as well as ancient Tin Mine workings, remnants of Cornwall's industrial past.
6 DAYS FROM £625
Falmouth to Plymouth
Majestic headlands and the gentle coastline of the south coast give this walk it's character, along with the many harbours that allow sailing and fishing on this coast to flourish.
7 DAYS FROM £675
Penzance to Falmouth
A walk around the Lizard Peninsula that mixes pretty fishing villages with remote headlands and beautiful beaches.
6 DAYS FROM £625
Westward Ho! to Padstow
From North Devon to Padstow "The Food Capital of Cornwall". A challenging walk but one that rewards with some spectacular views and magnificent high cliffs.
6 DAYS FROM £575
Minehead to Westward Ho!
A wonderfully varied section of the South West Coastal Path, from its starting point in Minehead and the high cliffs of Exmoor to the last 2 days of huge sandy beaches and dunes and the mudbanks and river estuaries.
7 DAYS FROM £675
The Saints Way
The Saints Way is an ancient trail taken by pilgrims voyaging from Ireland and Wales on route to France, in order to avoid the dangerous voyage around Lands End. The Saints' Way crosses mid-Cornwall from coast to coast, starting in the fishing port of Padstow in the North and finishing in the busy sailing, fishing and commercial port of Fowey in the south.
2 DAYS FROM £295
Upper Thames Path
A gentle walk starting from the source of the Thames down stream through England's countryside and history including the great University city of Oxford and finishing in Pangbourne, famed for the rowing prowess of its famous naval boarding school.
6 DAYS FROM £595
Mid Thames Path
A wonderful walk through the heart of the Thames Valley. Taking in the delightful historic riverside towns of Abingdon, Henley, Marlow and Windsor amongst others and giving you time to explore them as you progress down the Thames Path.
6 DAYS FROM £660
Plymouth to Exmouth
Plymouth to Exmouth is a great walk taking you first through the area of Devon known as South Hams. This area consists of slate cliffs, sometimes quite rugged, cut through by drowned mouths of wooded river valleys. The second stretch from Dartmouth to Teignmouth is quite different with mostly low red sandstone cliffs. It is known as the Riviera and includes the tourist towns of Torquay and Teignmouth.
10 DAYS FROM £825
Exmouth to Poole
Some larger towns typical of the English seaside mixed with the majestic coastal features of Lulworth Cove and the Jurassic Coast combine to make this a superb walk.
9 DAYS FROM £825
The Cotswold Way
A walk through old England, from ancient stone age barrows, through Roman Villas and medieval churches and georgian country manor houses. All within the beautiful Cotswold coutryside.
11 DAYS FROM £780
The Dales Way
The Dales Way is one of Britain's best loved, most popular and most beautiful long distance walk. It links the Yorkshire Dales National Park with the Lake District National Park. It starts in Ilkley, a beautiful Victorian Spa town, nestled in my favourite dale (valley) Wharfedale and finishes in Bowness-on-Windermere, beside England's biggest lake.