Cotswold Way – A Six-Day Ramble in the Cotswolds

Walking on the Cotswolds Way

A Circular Cotswold Way Walk Starting and Ending in Moreton-in-Marsh: One of the most famous walks in England is the Cotswold Way Walk, a 164 km long national trail running between the market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the famous city of Bath in the south. But you don’t have to be […]

The Cotswold Way Walk – Our Walking Experience

Walking the Cotswold Way at Broadway Tower

Our First Time Walking the Cotswold Way and What We Thought of it: When our plans to spend time with friends in London changed at the last minute, Tony booked us a Cotswold Way walk to fill in our travel gap. The full Cotswold Way Walk is a 164 km long national trail that runs […]

Did Hadrian build Hadrian’s Wall – We find out on our walk

Hadrian's Wall National Trail

Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail: Well, yes and no. But more about that later…. If there’s one walk you want to do in Northern England that will take you back to the Roman era, then Hadrian’s wall is for you. We had long thought about walking the wall and an opportunity came up last year. […]

Milford Track – Classic Walks Itinerary

Lake Ada on the Milford Track

Milford Track – Itinerary: New Zealand’s Milford Track walk is a 54 km route that takes walkers through some of New Zealand’s most inspiring landscapes. A wonderful walking holiday. The walk must be done in 4 days, as the track can only support 40 independent walkers and 40 guided walkers per day during the walking […]

Milford Track – Classic Walks

Hogh above the MacKinnon Pass on the Milford Track

Milford Track – A Classic wilderness walk in New Zealand: New Zealand’s Milford Track is one of the best known walks there. This four day walk follows the Clinton and Arthur valleys in Fiordland, in New Zealand’s south Island. From Te Anau a bus transports you to Te Anau Downs wharf where a ferry takes you […]

Torres del Paine ‘W’ circuit – Classic Walks Itinerary

Patagonian forest

Torres Del Paine – Itinerary: Chile’s Torres Del Paine walk is a 58 km route that makes the Patagonian wilderness accessible to the average walker. The scenery: icebergs, glaciers, towering mountains and the famous Torres del Paine (Towers of Paine) make this a wonderful walking holiday. The walk is usually done in 5 days.  In […]

Torres del Paine ‘W’ circuit – Classic Walks

The magnificent peaks from the Torres del Paine 'W' circuit

Torres del Paine ‘W’ – A Classic wilderness walk in Patagonia: Chile’s Torres del Paine ‘W’ Circuit is one of the best known walks in Chilean Patagonia. This walk takes you through some of Patagonia’s finest wilderness areas. The trail begins at Lago Grey and continues along the lake and up the Vallee Frances before […]

South Downs Way: Classic Walks Itinerary

Walking along the Seven Sisters

South Downs Way – Itinerary: England’s South Downs Way Walk is a 164 km route that takes walkers across farmlands, through the woods, over chalk cliffs and along pleasant river valleys. A wonderful walking holiday for those yearning for gentle, yet impressive scenery. The walk can be done in 9 days, but we recommend to […]

South Downs Way – Classic Walks

South Downs Way Walking Trail

South Downs Way: A Classic Walk through southern England: Britain’s South Downs Way National Trail is open to walkers, cyclists and horse riders. It runs for about 160 km between Winchester and Eastbourne following the rolling chalk downs of Sussex and Hampshire. The route follows prehistoric droveways that have been in use for at least 6,000 […]

West Highland Way – Classic Walks Itinerary

View of Spean Bridge from Fort William on the West Highland Way

West Highland Way: Itinerary: Scotland’s West Highland Way walk is a 154 km route that takes walkers along the shore of Loch Lomond, across Rannoch Moor and up over the Devil’s Staircase, eventually arriving at Fort William. West Highland Way Walk The walk can be done in as little as 6 days, but for a […]