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BESPOKE WALKING HOLIDAYS IN ENGLAND AND WALES

SPECIALISTS IN UK WALKING HOLIDAYS

With extensive experience of walking the length and bredth of the UK, we are passionate about crafting memorable hiking holidays that showcase the history, beauty and adventure that England and Wales have to offer. Choose from our range of featured walking routes or request a custom itinerary that meets your needs and preferences. Our in-depth knowledge of the selected footpaths means we can offer advice and insider knowledge of local history, recommendations of the best local accommodation, and hidden gems of natural beauty.

image of the Cleveland Way UK walk with a gat and wooden signpost on hillside with hills and trees in the distance

Cleveland Way

The Cleveland Way was designated as a National Trail in 1969 and runs for 110 miles. It starts in the pretty market...

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The Cotswold Way

Cotswold Way

The Cotswold Way was designated as a National Trail in 2007 and runs for 102 miles from Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire to...

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Field near Stewkley

Cross Bucks Way

Despite its name, this path actually begins in Linslade in Bedfordshire and finishes at Stratton Audley in Oxfordshire. That said, for most...

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Dales way image of hill side with dry stone wall and moorland

Dales Way

The Dales Way is an 80-mile path from Ilkley in West Yorkshire to Bowness-on-Windermere in Cumbria. It mainly follows riverside paths and...

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Hereward Way dyke ditch river with water lillies

Hereward Way

The Hereward Way was created in the mid-1980s. It is 110 miles long and links the Viking Way with the Peddar's Way....

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Icknield Way Path, footpath going over hills along britain's oldest road, thistles and long grass, wheat fields and dark clouds

Icknield Way Path

The Icknield Way is often described as the oldest road in Britain. The path runs from Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire to Knettishall...

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Cromer Pier, Norfolk, shingle beach, uk walking holiday

Norfolk Coast Path

A National Trail from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-Sea. The path is varied and includes sandy beaches, seaside towns and picturesque villages. The salt...

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Castle Acre Peddars Way surrounded by fields and trees

Peddars Way

A National Trail from Knettishall Heath in Suffolk to Holme-next-the-Sea in Norfolk. This forms part of the Greater Ridgeway linking the Dorset...

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Woods in the Chiltern Hills Ridgeway Walk. sunlight through beach trees

Ridgeway

A National Trail following the prehistoric route from Overton Hill in Wiltshire to Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire. The Ridgeway forms part of...

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SouthTyne Trail, South Tyne River, shallow river bed with rocks, trees on either side

South Tyne Trail

This path follows the South Tyne River. It starts near Garrigill in Cumbria and finishes at Haltwhistle in Northumberland. It passes through...

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St Cuthbert's Cave on the St Cuthbert's Way tall pine trees in the distance, group of walkers passing rocks and cave

St Cuthbert’s Way

This stunning adventure will take you on the path from Holy Island (Lindisfarne) in Northumberland to Melrose in the Scottish borders. Showcasing...

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St Oswald's Way Lindisfarne,Castle on hill, surrounded by sea andWith Boats In Holy,Island Harbour

St Oswald’s Way

A path from Heavenfield on Hadrian's Wall to Holy Island (Lindisfarne). Oswald was the King of Northumbria in the 7th-Century, and the...

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Tabular Hills Walk, Black Sheep on Spaunton Moor, North York Moors

Tabular Hills Walk

A path from Helmsley in North Yorkshire to Scarborough following the southern boundary of the North York Moors National Park. The Tabular...

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High Cup Nick on the Teesdale Way a deep chasm in the pennines, dark sheer sides, river in valley, sunset

Teesdale Way

From South Gare Lighthouse near Redcar, this walk follows the River Tees to Dufton in Cumbria. It is a walk of contrasts,...

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The Viking Way, Newport Arch Lincoln Roman remains historic arch

Viking Way

The Viking Way goes from Barton-on-Humber in the shadow of the Humber Bridge to Oakham, the County Town of Rutland. From the...

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There are several hundred long distance walks in the UK. Choosing the right one can be a difficult decision. To help you with this choice, we have selected a number of tried & trusted walks, including some of the popular National Trails.

SELF-GUIDED UK WALKING TOURS

Our featured walking holidays and custom-made routes are all self-guided. This means that we provide you with your personalised maps, accommodation recommendations, and detailed information about landmarks and landscape features you will pass along the way. This makes for a rewarding and challenging experience full of discovery and adventure.

CRAFTING THE BEST CUSTOM UK HIKING HOLIDAYS

Our custom walking holiday packages include pre-planned kit lists, so you can be prepared with the right equipment, supplies and snacks. With our 24/7 helpline, you can contact our team for assistance at any time, should you need directions, or a quick recommendation.

Our trails have been tested with our Walk With Williams pioneers to bring you the best UK walking holidays.

Dedicated to creating the best UK walking holidays

From your itinerary to accommodation, we know what it takes to arrange a successful walking holiday.

Extensive experience IN UK LONG DISTANCE WALKS

Personal knowledge of the best UK walking locations. Experts in arranging different and varied walking tours.

knowledgeable team of professionals

What to pack and all the essentials for your hiking holiday, Our help is available while planning and during your trip.

5 star reviews from past clients

Our trails have been tested with our Walk With Williams pioneers to bring you the best UK walking holidays.

what our clients have to say

I was really impressed by the team at Walk With Williams. They designed an itinerary that allowed me to complete the walk at my own pace. They also reacted to the changes caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, ensuring that my trip went off smoothly.

AF - West yorkshire

I had never thought of doing a walking trip before, but the travel restrictions meant that I had to embrace a “staycation”.  And I’m so glad that I did! The walk was brilliant and I would definitely recommend Walk With Williams.

JR - BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

The organisation was second-to-none and I was very impressed with how everything came together. Organising a long-distance walking trip is not as easy as it looks. These guys have it all sorted.

fM - HERTFORDSHIRE