Category: walk holiday

Tabular Hills Walk

The Tabular Hills Walk is a 48 mile (77Km) trail which added to the Cleveland Way can make a circular walk, or can be undertaken on its own usually in 4 days

Abbeys Amble

The Abbeys Amble is a long-distance path in North Yorkshire, England. It is a circular walk of 103 miles (165 km), starting and ending at Ripon Cathedral.

Bracken Way

The Bracken Way is a route which was originally set out by some walkers and lovers of the Yorkshire Dales, and named after their Border Collie “Bracken”.

Bronte Way

The Bronte Way is a 43 mile long distance footpath which starts at Oakwell Hall (“Fieldhead” in Charlotte Bronte’s novel “Shirley”) near Birstall in Kirklees near Bradford, and ends at Gawthorpe

Centurion Walk

This outstanding circular walk of 100 miles in length, starts and finishes in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, and encompasses the major dales and outer fells of the Yorkshire Dales

Chalkland Way

The Chalkland Way is a 40 mile (64km) circular walking route in the Yorkshire Wolds, Britain’s most northerly chalk outcrop…

Cleveland Way

The Cleveland Way is a long distance National Trail of 110 miles in length, commencing in the town of Helmsley, and finishing in Filey, taking in moorland and coastal paths.

Coast to Coast

Probably the most popular long distance path in the UK and deservedly so as it picks an unparalleled route from one side of the country to the other, through three national parks.

Cumberland Way

The ancient county of Cumberland may have been lost to the county boundary changes of 1974 but this trail explores and celebrates its delights, meandering from the coast

Cumbria Way

The Cumbria Way starts in Ulverston, at the southern edge of the Lake District, and follows a generally northward route through some of the best scenery of the area

Dales High Way

The Dales High Way is an exhilarating 90 mile walk across the glorious high country of the Yorkshire Dales, from Saltaire to Appleby

Dales Way

The Dales Way starts in Ilkley, passing through many lovely and interesting dales and villages, to its end on the shores of Lake Windermere at Bowness, in the Lake District