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Would you like to see the UK countryside in a way that you’ve never experienced it before? Then consider embarking on one of our self-guided walking holidays in England. We’ve helped thousands of enthusiastic walkers arrange their own walking holidays in England, and we’re ready to do the same for you.
Hiking holidays in the UK offer travellers an incredible means of connecting with the land, meeting local people and experiencing the culture. As far as we’re concerned, there is no better way to travel in the UK.
When you accomplish most of your travelling in a car, you only see fly-by snippets of the world through the window. Travellers end up making their holiday all about the destination, despite the fact that they spend more time getting there than they do living in the moment once they’ve arrived.
But with walking holidays in the UK, the journey is everything—and each step you take is part of the experience. This is the way people travelled across the UK for thousands of years. In that sense, when you strike out on one of our hiking holidays in England, you’re retracing the steps of history.
Planning Walking Holidays in the UK
Hooked on Walking is a family-run business. After moving to Scotland in the 1990s, our passion for walking and cycling developed. We’re truly ‘hooked’ on the outdoor experience, and we believe that UK hiking holidays are vastly superior to other, more common means of seeing the countryside.
Backed by our expertise in planning holidays in the UK, you’ll see and the experience the English countryside like never before. We can organise walking holidays in the UK for singles, couples and larger groups—and we’re often able to customise the route based on your experience, schedule and physical ability.
Explore England and its fascinating history, culture and stunning scenery. Our self-guided walking holidays in the UK will see you ambling through age-old villages and past historic monuments. Some trips are even suitable for the entire family.
Experience Roman influence in the north with Hadrian’s Wall, Europe’s largest surviving Roman monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The National Trail opened in 2003, and this long-distance path is ideal for solo walking. During this walk, you’ll visit Roman remains and forts at Vindolanda and Birdoswald. While walking, it’s inspiring to ponder the fact that it took 15,000 men six years to build this wall at the northernmost reaches of the Roman Empire.
As an alternative, consider heading to the Lake District, the UK’s most popular National Park. Following the Cumbria Way north, you’ll pass breath-taking lakes and quaint Cumbrian villages. It doesn’t take long to realise why this area is renowned worldwide for its beauty.
If you would like to learn more about hiking holidays in the UK, please don’t hesitate to contact us. In addition to planning your route and booking your accommodation, we’ll also arrange to have your luggage transferred daily door-to-door, so you can more fully appreciate the scenic countryside along the way.
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