The UK is full of amazing places to hike. And they’re surprisingly easy to get to as well. London Hiker has made it real easy to explore Britain on foot.
The UK is a wonderful country to hike in and if you are lucky enough to live there, you could be out experiencing Britain this weekend. Catherine Redfern of London Hiker has made it her mission to get townies out of the cities and walking into the countryside. And she’s made it really easy too.
These curved bags are handmade in Bristol. They look great and would be a wonderful way of carrying some items when you’re going on a walk.
Kervy bags are proving extremely popular with walkers seeking an alternative to backpacks. Special ergonomic lines mean Kervy bags work in harmony with your body and clothing all year round, with the innovative ellipse commanding attention in urban and rural environments.
Learn to Nordic walk along the beaches, coves and cliffs of the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coastal path, with renowned storyteller and guide Andrew Dugmore.
Walking is wonderful, walking with Nordic poles is something else. Cuffern Manor offers Nordic walking holidays for beginners (poles can be supplied) and for experienced walkers. And what’s more they can show you the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park at the same time.
Lydstep Caverns Beach in Pembrokeshire – one of those glorious places out there. Photo David Evans CC-BY-2.0
What is better than a walk along the coast combined with a dip in the sea? If you ask us; very few things! And the time of year for that is late summer…
Here’s a great selection of coastal landscapes where you can walk and enjoy some stunning beaches, combined with holiday offers to these places from the many small-scale walking holiday providers on our website.
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Tagged 2013, beach, Coast to Coast, coastal walking, Cornwall, Pembrokeshire, summer walking
Deborah Cutting is walking the world for love and published an inspirational book.
There’s Love Inside each and every one of us from the Dalai Lama to the terrorist. Deborah Cutting is walking the world for love asking people to increase their love and to love one another by making a personal written promise and contribution to love.
Travelling by ferry may be a good option if you’re going on a walking holiday to France or Spain.
Whether you are taking a walking holiday in France or Spain you need to decide how you are going to get there, fly, rail or take the ferry.
If you’re travelling from the UK, taking the ferry is as popular now as ever, especially with the more modern vessels being introduced. You get to take your own car and therefore can take more luggage, and not worry about any weight restrictions either, so those heavy boots will cause no problem.
Walking to work – a matter of perspective.
Everybody experiences walking in a different way. But as with everything in life, it’s all a matter of perspective. I came across these two tweets today that perfectly illustrate what I mean…
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Tagged walking, work
Forgot your umbrella and want to stay dry in the rain… Is it better to walk or to run?
You are out and about in the countryside, enjoying a great walk with some good friends. But nobody checked the weather forecast, and surely those great big grey clouds that are developing are moving away from you, not towards you?!
An annual festival that combines a choice of carefully planned walking routes, with a host of included local activities
Exclusive to Frontier Holidays, one of the advertisers on WalkingHolidayInfo, this highly popular festival combines a choice of carefully planned walking routes, with a host of included local activities.
The festival is all set in one of Spain’s most beautiful regions, close to Sierra de las Nieves Nature Park. It’s hosted in the white-mountain village of El Burgo and takes place between February 24th – March 4th 2013. There are only a few places left, so hurry if you want to join!