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.
Jersey sits in the Bay of St Malo - just 14 miles (22 km) from the French coast and 85 miles (137 km) south of the English coast. For an island that is only 5 miles (8 km) long and 9 miles (14.5 km) wide there is a huge variety of walking to enjoy. There are dramatic headlands, rugged coastlines and pretty green lanes to discover. Leisurely to Moderate
Enjoy an Easter break bird watching in Flamborough, Yorkshire. This section of the East Yorkshire coast is an internationally important area for breeding birds and is a staging post for migrants to rest and refuel. In April, the seabirds will be returning to nest on the dramatic cliffs around Flamborough Head and the RSPB site at Bempton Cliffs. This really is a haven with breeding seabirds starting to reappear at this time of year. Grade Leisurely
Set between Dartmoor and the Devon coast, Dartington is a perfect centre from which to explore this area. To the south we have the south west coast with its many beautiful beaches, as well as the river Dart that leads down to Dartmouth. To the north lies Dartmoor with a totally different landscape wrapped in history with ancient woodlands and wild open moors. Leisurely to Moderate
The Camino de Santiago is an internationally renowned walking trail with many route options. Our chosen route covers the final 114 kilometres of the French Way through the delightful Galician hills from the lovely town of Sarria westwards to the city of Santiago de Compostela an its imposing cathedral. It is the most popular section of the trail and deservedly so.
Sardinia is an island of imposing limestone mountains, deep gorges, white sand beaches and an inviting turquoise sea. There is much to explore and much to learn about Sardinia’s fascinating history. We will be walking in the rugged mountains of the Supramonte region, exploring the history of the ancient Nuragic civilization and enjoying some of the most beautiful stretches of coastal walking the island has to offer.
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.
The Fife peninsula sits just above Edinburgh and below Dundee and is a delightfully scenic destination with plenty to offer the visitor. There are miles of golden sand beaches, traditional harbours, quaint villages and a stunning coastal path. Add to that the hidden gem which is the Isle of May and the historic university town of St Andrews and you have the makings of a fabulous holiday.
A wonderful opportunity to explore this historic and atmospheric area with a knowledgeable guide who knows the place well. Our series of walks will take us to some beautiful locations to soak up the atmosphere of times gone by and breathe in the fresh sea air.
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.
The Isle of Man is a wonderful destination for walkers with such a huge variety within a small area. There are some of the best coastal walks in the UK, plenty of history and legend, a mountain summit with views over England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland on a clear day, hidden coves, lush glens, dramatic moorland…the list goes on.