Ramblers Walking Holidays
Why Book a Walking Holiday to England?
For a small country, England does dramatic scenery on a big scale. From coast to coast, from peak to peak, across hills and moorlands and broads, the diverse landscapes offer unmatched and varied walking. Cathedral cities, medieval market towns and quaint villages all make for characterful destinations to discover, rest and refresh yourself. Ten National Parks, protected areas of mountains, moorlands, woods and wetlands, are waiting to be explored. Experience the peace of the countryside on the well-established network of National Trails and Paths.
Step outdoors into the English countryside with a Ramblers Walking Holiday.
Why Book a Walking Holiday to Northern Ireland?
Take the road less travelled – you can be sure of a very warm Irish welcome. Your Ramblers Walking Holidays leader will ensure you have safe and enjoyable walking throughout your holiday. See below for our walking holidays visiting Northern Ireland.
Why Book a Walking Holiday in Scotland?
Exploring scenic Scotland is extra special when done on foot, on a Ramblers’ walking holiday. Scotland is encompassed by nearly 7,000 miles of coastline and hundreds of islands, providing endlessly changing vistas that will take your breath away. In this land of contrasts, the Orkney Islands have a distinctly Nordic feel and offer particularly wonderful coastal walking. Orkney’s walking trails also pass the Old Man of Hoy - a red sandstone sea stack, standing proudly against the Atlantic. For birdwatchers, this landscape is unsurpassed, with an amazing range of seabird species gracing its cliffs and beaches on a regular basis.
Outdoors lovers will get an unobscured view of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery, while hiking its most impressive routes and breathing in the fresh mountain air. Walkers will be accompanied by one of our expert leaders on each of our trails, ensuring you enjoy safe walks throughout your holiday, while sharing their expert knowledge about the passing scenery with you. We restrict all of our walking groups to a small size, too, allowing all of our ramblers to experience a sociable and personable walking holiday.
Why Book Wales Walking Holidays?
Whether you are a seasoned traveller or visiting Britain for the first time, there is always a new side of this captivating destination to explore when venturing here. Whatever your tastes and interests are, there are hikes to suit everyone, from sightseeing strolls to exhilarating trails that will really get your blood pumping.
Ramblers Walking Holidays has so much to offer any lover of the outdoors, thanks to our years of experience and local knowledge. We plan your walking getaway in Wales using our wealth of expertise, and take care of the finer details, creating itineraries which include plush, hand-selected accommodation for you to reside in.
Additionally, we search for the best scenic routes to ensure you see places of historic and cultural importance along the way. So, all you need to do is turn up and savour the incredible scenery and idyllic tracks dotted throughout this country.
Why Book a Walking Holiday to the Channel Islands?
Measuring a compact 45 square miles, Jersey is the largest Channel Island and offers a wide variety of terrain suitable for both strollers and energetic cliff-top hikers. Beautiful rural and coastal scenery, megalithic monuments and unspoilt towns and villages can be accessed from the 45 miles of country roads designated as ‘Green Lanes’, which have a speed limit of 15 mph, with priority given to walkers, cyclists and horse riders. There is a wealth of wildlife to enjoy, and the island is particularly rich in birdlife and wild flowers.
On Guernsey, the equivalent of the Green Lanes is the ‘Ruettes Tranquilles’ which meander through the Bailiwick’s varied and beautiful rural landscapes. With spectacular cliff paths, sweeping bays, secluded coves and picturesque harbours, Guernsey offers the most rewarding coastal walks. Vazon Bay, on the west coast, recently won the coveted title of ‘Britain’s Cleanest Beach’. The characterful and quaint island of Sark is just a short ferry ride away. And with the Normandy coast only eight miles distant, there’s a tangible French cultural influence to the island.
Bring your boots and join one of our small groups to explore these fascinating and historic islands. Your Ramblers Walking Holidays leader will ensure you have safe and enjoyable walking throughout your holiday.