Category: walk holiday

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”. The walk starts in the market town of Settle and is a circular route, exploring some of the best parts of the Yorkshire Dales....

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 Hall in Padiham near Burnley. The route winds past many places of interest to Bronte enthusiasts, including the Bronte Birthplace in Thornton, Ponden Hall (“Thrushcross Grange” in Emily Bronte’s...

Pen-y-ghent 3 Dales Trail

The Pen-y-ghent 3 Dales Trail is a wonderful 35 mile (56km) circular walk through three of the spectacular Yorkshire Dales, Ribblesdale….

Chalkland Way

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

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.

Ravenber Way

The Ravenber Way is a 210 mile (336.8 km) long distance coast to coast walk across northern England from Ravenglass in Cumbria to Berwick-upon-Tweed in Northumberland

Whitby Way

The Whitby Way meanders through the Vale of York and over the North York Moors visiting many pilgrimage places of interest and taking in Crayke…..

Swale Way

The 77 mile Swale Way follows the length of the River Swale in North Yorkshire from its confluence with the River Ure near Boroughbridge to its source at the head of Swaledale

Pennine Way

Britain’s first and best known National Trail, stretching for roughly 270 miles from the Derbyshire Peak District to the Scottish Borders.

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.