Visitors walking on the coast path above Towanroath Shaft pumping engine house, part of the Wheal Coates mine, near St Agnes, Cornwall

Walking holidays in Cornwall 

Cornwall is the perfect spot for a walking holiday, with coastal walks rich in mining history, sweeping headlands, creeks, valleys and secluded beaches. Stay in a holiday cottage so that you can start your walks from the door.

Visitors hiking in Snowdonia

Walking holidays in Wales 

Take to the mighty mountain tops or stroll along smooth sandy beaches. You could walk the entire coastline of Wales in 870 miles or you could hike Snowdon in 8 miles.

Walkers on the South West coast path to Old Harry, Studland Bay, Dorset

Walking holidays in Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire 

Walk through millions of years of history in these south west counties. You’ll discover a prehistoric stone circle, a formidable gorge and a coast where dinosaurs once roamed.

Walker enjoying a spring dawn on the Malham Tarn Estate

Walking holidays in Yorkshire 

A landscape of classic northern dale countryside, other-worldly rock formations and enchanting woodland. Weave through the labyrinth of paths encompassing Brimham Rocks or explore the rugged moorland and rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales.

Walkers crossing a traditional stone bridge at Edale, part of the High Peak Estate, Derbyshire

Walking holidays in the Peak District 

Fluffy heather moorland, strange rocky outcrops and skies dark enough for stars to light up the night – our walks will lead you through the Peak District’s natural spectacles.

Walker, cyclist and Dartmoor ponies, Dartmoor National Park, Devon

Walking holidays in Devon 

As one of the most varied landscapes in the country you could return to Devon year after year and experience something new. Walking trails take you through wild uplands and ancient woodland to chic subtropical coastline.

Walker on Cat Bells overlooking Derwent Water during winter in the Lake District, Cumbria.

Walking holidays in the Lake District 

Conquer the fells and pikes and meander along the glistening waters of this spell-bindingly beautiful land. It’s home to Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain and arguably one of the most stunning because of its remote location and breathtaking views.