Discover England

Discover Englands outstanding natural beauty by joining a guided walk and go off the beaten track to take in some of the many sights England has to offer.
Our pre-planned guided walks offer the chance to take in the natural beauty of the English countryside in rolling hills.
Your group will be led by an experienced qualified mountain guide and offers the chance to meet new people, make new friends and discover new places where you will gain memories that will last a lifetime.
We welcome a wide variety of people on our guided walks from people with no prior hill walking experience to experienced hill climbers & mountaineers who are joining the treks for a fun day out in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
For people who really want to push themselves to the limit we offer a bespoke trails package where you can choose your own adventure, just get in touch and let us know what you are looking for, where you want to go and we will plan a challenging route that will push you to the limits of your endurance.
Standing stones at Castlerigg
Ladybower Reservoir, Derbyshire, England


The Lake District National Park is one of the most picturesque areas in England and has been granted Unesco world heritage site status having been recognised as an area of outstanding universal value.
See firsthand the landscape that inspired a literary movement. The Lake District was both home and muse to poets Samuel Coleridge, Robert Southey, and William Wordsworth. In fact, you can witness Wordsworth’s host of daffodils for yourself on a springtime wander around Ullswater, the second largest lake in the Lake District.
The morning mist across the lakes rolls up to reveal towering mountains, the most famous, and highest being Scafell Pike. If the summit seems too much of a challenge, smaller mountain ranges also offer stunning views of the lakes and surrounding countryside.

The Yorkshire Dales

Just south east of the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales has distinct personalities depending on where and when you choose to visit.
It is often characterised by its lush green pastureland as far as the eye can see, and on a summer’s day the tranquility and wholesomeness of the area can truly restore your soul. But to really understand and appreciate the landscape and its hardiness, stay on for a multi-day trek and discover the Dales’ wild side.
Wrap up and strap on your best walking boots for a day on the windswept moorlands. On our guided walks, we’ll share with you the history and heritage of the area, literally shaped by the now defunct mining industry, which has left behind some curious buildings and structures now in the process of being reclaimed by nature
After a long distance walk, you will earn a rosy-cheeked stop at one of Yorkshire’s traditional tea shops. The winds may be bracing, but the locals are famously warm and welcoming in the small villages and hamlets that pepper the Dales.
The architecture has remained pleasingly traditional, and the buildings and cobbled streets are all built with the same drystone on which they were founded millennia ago.
Signpost below Pen-Y-Ghent

North Yorkshire Moors

Snuggled against the east coast, the North Yorkshire Moors is mainly comprised of Open Access Land, meaning that we have the freedom to roam relatively unhindered, without paths or tracks.
A fitting experience for an area made famous by its unbounded wilderness. Yet archeological findings in the area attest that humans have occupied the moors since the last Ice Age, and have left their mark throughout the ages. Medieval ruins, ancient moorland crosses and Iron Age forts tell us a story of the the rich history of the area.
Wherever you decide to visit, you’re guaranteed to be charmed, and we dare say surprised by the English countryside. There is plenty to explore and discover. With our depth of knowledge on the area we can tailor an experience just for you whether you’re looking for fitness walks, or to learn navigation skills to one day wander the moors by yourself.
Get in touch to find out how we can help you create your perfect walking holiday in England.
Little Blakey Howe on the North York Moors