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Top 6 Walking Holidays in Scotland

By Mark Wright Here’s a thought for you. At just over 30,000 square miles, Scotland accounts for over 30% of the total area of the United Kingdom, yet it is home to less than 10% of the UK population. Which leads me to suggest, if your idea of a perfect holiday is to escape the…

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Advice on having a safer and more enjoyable walking holiday!

By Mickledore Travel How fit do I need to be? What should I wear on my feet? Do I need to know how to read a map? What should I wear? What if something goes wrong? These are all questions most of us will have asked at some point in our lives ahead of an…

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We’re Recruiting

We are continuing to grow and are looking for motivated and enthusiastic individuals committed to the highest standards of customer service to join our small and busy team. Travel Consultant £19,000 – £23,000 p.a. You will be responsible for answering enquiries, helping customers to choose their holiday and ensuring they book the itinerary that is…

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Best Walking Holidays in the UK for 2023

There’s no better way to see the UK than a walking holiday. The landscapes and history of this ancient island hold secrets for the eye, the mind, and the heart that far outweigh the size of the land itself. For this holiday, don’t rush, just walk. Walk these self-guided tours, immerse yourself in your surroundings…

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Guided Walking Holidays in the Lake District

By Mark Wright If you’re looking for something a little more adventurous this summer then our sister company KE Adventure Travel have just the thing. Building on the success of last year’s events they are once again running two magnificent week long guided walking holidays right here in the Lake District curated and led by…

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Spotlight on Cowes

By Mark Wright Our Isle of Wight Coastal Path holiday is a 70 mile circuit of the island starting and finishing in the seaport town of Cowes. As is the nature of circular routes, Cowes will feature heavily in your holiday. The anticipation of arrival and your introduction to the island. The place you return…

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6 walks you never knew you wanted to do!

By Mark Wright I think we’re all familiar with the classic long distance walks such as Alfred Wainwright’s Coast to Coast, the Roman frontier Hadrian’s Wall and the iconic West Highland Way, firm favourites each of them and rightly so. However as we turn our attention to our summer holidays we’re looking at what we…

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Top 5 Highlights of the West Highland Way

By Mark Wright The West Highland Way is one of the most iconic trails in the country and something every keen walker should experience. To help whet your appetite here are our top 5 highlights on the 95 mile trail from Milngavie to Fort William. Conic Hill Between Drymen and Balmaha lies Conic Hill. At…

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Ribblehead Viaduct

6 reasons to walk the Settle to Carlisle Way

By Mark Wright Stretching from the limestone country of the Yorkshire Dales to the pleasant farmlands of Cumbria’s Eden Valley, the Settle to Carlisle Railway is undoubtedly one of Britain’s most scenic rail journeys. Our latest walking holiday, the Settle to Carlisle Way allows you to enjoy that same stunning landscape at a much more…

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Best Views in the UK

By Mark Wright If you’re looking for a little inspiration for your next walking holiday, then help is at hand. Here we showcase what we believe are ten of the very best views in the UK. The wonderful thing about them is they can all be enjoyed on one of our walking holidays. We’re sure…

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