Walking the Footpaths and Countryside of England
There are few things more quintessential than walking England’s timelessly romantic landscapes. Its 140,000 miles of footpaths give testimony not only to the depth of this country’s walking tradition, but also to its continued passion for walking.
Swaths of rolling green pastures checked with endless stone fences, wild heathered moorlands, and craggy mountains with lonely tarns, are exquisitely punctuated with ancient stone circles, roman roads, medieval castles, abandon abbey and quiet villages with tiny shops and cozy pubs creating a compelling fabric of countryside rich for wandering.
While the possibilities are endless, at present we offer two different types of walking trips is England. Our version of the England Coast-to-Coast is a classic long-distance walking experience that crosses the country from east to west and passes through the North York Moors, Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks. Our England – From the Dales to the Lakes focuses on day hikes in two of England’s best loved walking areas, the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District.