England Hiking Trips

Hike in England

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 the contemporary English passion for walking.

Swaths of rolling green pastures checked with endless stone fences, wild heather-cloaked moorlands, and craggy mountains with lonely tarns are exquisitely punctuated with ancient stone circles, Roman roads, medieval castles, abandoned abbeys, and quiet villages. All creating a compelling fabric of countryside rich for wandering.

Guided Trips

England Coast-to-Coast Walk
Walking the North York Moors, Yorkshire Dales, and Lake District
The Dales to the Lakes
Walking the English countryside
Walking Hadrian's Wall Inn-to-Inn
Walking the Length of Englands Most Iconic Landmark
James Herriot Way
Walk the Landscapes of All Creatures Great and Small - Yorkshire Dales Inn-to-Inn

Self-Guided Trips

Self-Guided James Herriot Way
Circular walk through the heart of the Yorkshire Dales