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Cumbrian History and Rambling

Cumbrian History and Rambling

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

Award winning writer, broadcaster and local historian, Beth Pipe will share the fascinating stories of the local area and its inhabitants, on some less strenuous walks around the Northern Lakes. Don't worry, it won't be all be dry and boring facts and figures - Beth is one of the most fabulous, fun and infectious people (but not in a Covid way) I have ever met!

South west coast path

South West Coast Path, Cornwall

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

Many of you have already messaged me to tell me how much you want to walk this stretch of the South West Coast Path. On this stage (our fourth), we will be walking east from Porthscatho to Polperro, which is approx 45 miles over 5 days (actual miles, not Helen miles before you ask). You'll get a day off in the middle for good behaviour and a well earned rest because Cornwall does have a tendency for short steep hills!
West Cornwall

West Cornwall History and Rambling

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

We've teamed up with specialist local guides to develop this new holiday based in West Cornwall. You'll discover the fascinating history of the people and buildings of Mousehole, Penzance and St Ives and then will step back further in time to explore the mystical interior of the peninsula.

accessible peaks

Accessible and Wheelchair Friendly Peak District

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

Join Debbie North on a women only accessible, wheelchair friendly adventure in the Peak District. We will be staying at the YHA in Castleton for three nights where there is a range of fully accessible and ground floor rooms available.
Dorset

Dorset

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

This is Tessa's favourite part of the south coast and she's got some fabulous walks planned for us - I've not been before so am tagging along for the fun of it!

south downs

South Downs

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

Wild Rambling favourite (she of the wonderful walks around London), Barbara will guide you on some gorgeous and varied walks exploring the beauty of the countryside and coast of the eastern part of the newest National Park.

strengthen the body, free the mind, feed the soul

Yoga and Walking with the Alexander Technique Weekend Escape for Women

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

Strengthen the body, free the mind, feed the soul.  Time for you to take a pause...

Treat yourself to a few days away in a beautiful place, nestled in nature and away from your everyday routine and busyness of life. A time to stop and evaluate what you're doing and where you're going. The escape is a collaboration of women who share the same values and are also passionate about sharing their time and skills in a whole variety of ways. This holiday combines Yoga with walking with the Alexander Technique.
Arnside and Silverdale Wildlife Weekend

Arnside and Silverdale Wildlife Weekend

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

With Wild Rambling - join ecologist extraordinaire and lovely person Madeline on this laid back exploration of the flora and fauna of this hidden gem on the Cumbrian / Lancashire Border. Expect birds, bats and badger poo (disclaimer: Wild Rambling cannot guarantee these things, just in case the wildlife doesn't cooperate)!
Womens Outdoor holidays Day walks

Womens Outdoor Holidays Day walks in UK

Women’s Outdoor Holidays (UK and more)

Here are a selection of the day walks we have planned - scroll down to see them
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Southwold and Suffolk Coast

Her on a Hill

Southwold and the surrounding area is a truly magical location with much to attract the walker and nature lover. Our holiday will take in the beautiful Suffolk Coast with visits to Southwold where we are based plus Walberswick, Dunwich, Aldeburgh and Orford Ness. Each place offers something different making for an interesting and varied stay.
Lake district

Lake District: Borrowdale and Derwentwater

Her on a Hill

There are some big mountains in the Lake District and at times it may feel as if you just can’t manage them. Well this holiday is designed to tackle those beautiful peaks at a slower pace in order to make them achievable. Clearly a good level of fitness is still required to climb these mountains but as long as you have the stamina to keep going you ‘ll get there. So if you fancy climbing some of the Lake District’s most famous mountains then this is the holiday for you.
South West Coast Path, Minehead to Lee, Ilfracombe

South West Coast Path, Minehead to Lee, Ilfracombe

Her on a Hill

Join us for the first 44 miles of the South West Coast Path. The SWCP is a 630 mile National Trail starting in Minehead in Somerset and following the rugged coastlines of Devon and Cornwall before ending up on the south coast of Dorset at Poole. It has been rated one of the best walks in the world by Lonely Planet and best UK walk by readers of Walk outdoor magazine.