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Tales from the Trails: Maggie and the Isle of Wight Coastal Path

By Alex Greenwood Maggie and Jane from Devon recently embarked on their very first Mickledore walking holiday. This was their chance to see if long distance walking holidays were really for them. Would it be a one-off or the way forward? Maggie takes up the story. “This was our first Mickledore holiday. We felt that…

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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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Linda and Leslie on the Coast to Coast Dales and Moors

Tales from the Trails: Ann tackles our Dales and Moors holiday

By Alex Greenwood Ann Hudson from Cheshire completed our Coast to Coast: Dales and Moors holiday which follows the famous long distance trail 110 miles from Kirkby Stephen to Robin Hoods Bay in May of this year. It was her, and her friend Lesley’s, very first long distance trail. Ann took a lot of fabulous…

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Autumn walking holidays

Where can I go on a walking holiday this Autumn?

By Alex Greenwood After a slow start to our walking holiday season in 2021, the UK lockdown finally eased and our first guests hit the trails on 18th May. So far we’re pleased to say everyone’s having a fantastic holiday as usual. There’s still time to book for this year, but it’s getting very, very…

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Vita and the Cumbria Way

By Alex Greenwood We always love to receive everyone’s feedback and we’ve been so happy and grateful to have had such positive reviews since UK travel reopened in May. Vita, originally from Latvia, now living in Bedford, took on the Cumbria Way on 18th May, just one day after lockdown ended! Vita was kind enough…

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Book Now for 2022

By Mark Wright We are already taking bookings for 2022 and it’s shaping up to be another incredibly busy year. Not only have many of our overseas clients rescheduled their trips for next year, but also a number of our first time walkers have told us they’ll definitely be back next year. Therefore if you’re…

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Ready Made and Ready to Go

Some of our overseas clients are sadly unable to visit the UK this year as planned. The outcome of which is we now have several ready made walking holidays available for you to snap up. At a time when UK holiday accommodation is in high demand this is a great opportunity for you to secure…

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Can I Bring My Dog?

By Mark Wright Can I bring my dog? is a question we are often asked. For solo walkers, their dogs are their companion, and for couples, their dogs are quite simply part of the family and it wouldn’t feel right to leave them behind. After all, dogs, like people, contribute to making memories that will…

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Tara’s Coast to Coast – Dales and Moors

By Tara Walker-Rose Part one of my Coast to Coast story covered the Lakes and Mountains stage from St Bees to Kirby Stephen. Here in part two I’ll be sharing my story of the Dales and Moors as I walk on to Robin Hood’s Bay. Day 7: Kirkby Stephen to Keld We started today by…

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Five Reasons Why Hiking Benefits Health

By Tara Walker-Rose There are many reasons why people enjoy hiking outdoors, and once you are bitten by the trail-bug it can be hard to resist your next outdoor adventure. Hiking is great exercise, but did you know there are more to the health benefits of exercise than meets the eye? Here are five ways…

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