Fabulous Llangollen has just about got it all! A ruined hilltop castle, the magnificent River Dee, Offa’s Dyke path, a dramatic limestone escarpment, Plas Newydd (home of the Ladies of Llangollen) and the lush meadows and woods typical of the Welsh Borders.
Grade: Moderate to Challenging Join local guide Anita to explore the quieter routes of Snowdonia National Park. Expect dramatic mountain landscapes, glaciated valleys and some exceptional views in North Wales
Join us for a wonderful few days of walking and glamping (or camping) in this stunning area of Pembrokeshire. This really is a hidden gem and we are very excited to have discovered it! Our walking holiday will explore the rugged coastline to the north near Cardigan Bay, the vast open moorland of the Preseli Hills and the tranquillity of nearby woodland and country lanes.
Our guided day walks and workshops explore the beautiful landscape here in the UK. Many are on consecutive days, giving you the option of planning a multi-day visit. We are delighted to be working in partnership with some amazingly knowledgeable women to offer a variety of themes - do feel free to suggest additional topics! If you would like us to organise a bespoke walk or workshop then please contact us.
Discover the essence of Wales on our hiking trip to all three of Wales' National Parks. Although a small country, it is second to none in its fascinating history, varied and stunning topography, and a warm and welcoming tradition of hospitality, and our hiking trip is a perfect mixture of hiking in stunning landscapes, interwoven with cultural encounters and experiences.
It might be small but England packs a lot of scenery and history into its pint-sized shores. With a story that stretches back more than 5000 years (and likely long before), England is a place where the past is a constant presence, ruined castles perch on lonely hilltops, medieval cathedrals compete with regal palaces and improbably ostentatious stately homes pop up with bewildering regularity.