This National Trail follows the English/Welsh border alongside the 8th Century Offa's Dyke. It takes you through changing landscapes offering amazing opportunities to catch a view of our native wildlife.
One of the best walks in the world. Where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline? The South West of England has it all.
The Cotswold Way offers magical walking, with long distance views from the Cotswold escarpment, and journeys through picturesque villages and past famous ancient sites.
Scotland is really the place to be for hikers. The West Highland Way is one of the most famous trails in Great Britain. The snowy crags of Ben Lomond, the great glassy expanse of Loch Lomond, and the rugged peaks of Glencoe are among the sights you’ll encounter as walk along this route.
The Hadrian’s Wall Path follows the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall. Hadrians Wall was built by the Romans to protect the empire from the north. Only parts of the wall remain and it is possible to walk along it.
Britain is really a country for walkers. From the Lizard Peninsula deep in the south west of Cornwall to Inverness in the north of Scotland, the scenery is astonishing and the landscapes are magnificent. Britain, in other words, is made for walking. What are the five best long distance trails in Britain?