SELF GUIDED: Including the Kinder Scout National Nature Reserve, the Pinhaw Beacon Hill and the Malham Cove, the first section of Pennine Way crosses lush countryside, moorland with small villages. The end of the walk features a climb up one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, Pen-y-ghent.
SELF GUIDED: The second section of Pennine Way takes you over country meadows, up and down the moors where you will pass beautiful waterfalls. The easy walk through the moors will lead you to the highest point on the Pennine Way, Cross Fell; don’t forget to try Wensleydale Cheese before leaving.
SELF GUIDED: Discover the history of Hadrian’s Wall on the final section of Pennine Way. Travelling over farmland, country roads and through dense forests, this tour features the classic English lifestyle and countryside. The tour ends in Kirk Yetholm in Scotland, after a hike alongside an undulating ridge.
SELF GUIDED: Known as Scotland’s most popular walking route, the West Highland Way stretches from Glasgow to Ben Nevis. This tour will take you from the grazing pastures of the Campsies, through the breath-taking Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park to finish in the majestic highlands.
SELF GUIDED: The Cotswold Way is a 164 kilometer trail, which crosses several areas of outstanding natural beauty, with remarkable panoramic views. Most of the trail runs along the Cotswold Edge escarpment of the Cotswold Hills in England ending in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the City of Bath.
SELF GUIDED: During your ten days of travelling along the Ridgeway, you will pass through ancient scenery, through isolated woodlands and valleys. Since the Ridgeway is considered the oldest British path and has been in use for the last 4000 years, you can visit the remnants of forts and ancient long barrows.
SELF GUIDED: Hadrian’s Wall Route, 130 km from sea to sea, trails the course of what is considered as the best preserved Roman frontier in the world. Built on the orders of the Emperor Hadrian in AD 122 it is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The route crosses the stunning England-Scotland border.
SELF GUIDED: This first section of Wainwrights Coast to Coast walk goes from St Bee’s on the Cumbrian coast through the Lake District to the foot of the Pennines, the backbone of the country. Traditional hearty English meals and locally brewed ale will greet you at the end of each day.
SELF GUIDED: The second half of the Coast to Coast hike will go through the County of Yorkshire and alongside the British rivers. With a visit the North York Moors National Park, the final section of the Coast to Coast walk also features a scenic hike over the peat bogs of the Pennines and a trip to Robin Hood's Bay.