Hiking fans visiting Edinburgh—this is the tour for you! Put away the map, and take advantage of a guide’s expertise on the best hiking routes around The Seven Hills of Edinburgh.
Climbing Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain, isn’t recommended alone or without proper planning and equipment. This guided small-group full-day hike is led by a qualified mountain guide for route-planning, safety, and pointers on the views, leaving you just to enjoy the walk and scenery stress-free.
Experience the beauty of the North Cornish coast during this private hiking tour from Morwenstow. Traverse wild terrain that covers clifftops, meadows, and valleys with your dedicated tour guide and takes in the beauty of the coast.
Located near Keswick, this is a relatively short (8.5-km) but extremely challenging hike that takes you on a gorgeous tour of the England/Scotland border.
This is one of the best hikes in England for those who wish to combine gorgeous natural scenery with a fair bit of English history.
Located in the famous lake district of Cumbria (it’s seriously gorgeous around these parts), this is a difficult trail that is just over 14-km in length.
The Woolacombe beach is several miles long a golden sand beach. It is located in the North Devon area. This beach is popular with surfers. You can also kayaking or jet-skiing here.
This beach is an amazing getaway spot. Outside the holidays you will find the beach deserted. It is situated on the more remote eastern shore of St. Mary’s.
Sandy beach – two miles long. So nice. The beach on the northern Atlantic Ocean coast of Ireland.