England tours are an active travel experience that you won’t want to miss out on, as they combine a unique mixture of culture with a storied passion for the outdoors. From walking tours on the coast of Cornwall to cycling adventures in the Cotswolds, tours in England can take on a variety of forms. Whether you want to visit Roman ruins or modern high streets, there will be something for everyone when you book one of the many England tours on offer.
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Isle of Wight Cycling Tour
This is a lovely short break for cyclists who want an attractive sightseeing tour, with a mixture of town and country. Almost half the island has been designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Distances are fairly short giving you time to stop and explore. The route is undulating and there are a few hills but nothing particularly difficult.
James Herriot Way Walking Tour
This beautiful 80 km / 50-mile circular walk in the Yorkshire Dales threads its way around the valleys of Wensleydale and Swaledale and over the mountains and moorlands between these two emerald dales. A walk designed to take in some of the countryside beloved by James Alfred Wight, the vet who wrote about his experiences in the Yorkshire Dales as James Herriot. These books became popular in the 1970s and 80s and spawned a film and a very popular television series ‘All Creatures Great and Small’.
Lake District Walking Tour
This is a journey of discovery through the magical landscape of the English Lake District. We start in Windermere and end with a boat ride into Keswick. In between you will have visited the delightful places of Hawkshead, Coniston and the valleys of Dunnerdale, Eskdale, Wasdale and Borrowdale. From Keswick, the preferred choice is to hop on one of the regular buses, probably a double-decker, for the return to Windermere through the central Lake District.
Offa’s Dyke Path South Trail
The 8th Century ruthless King of Mercia, called Offa, built a huge earthwork to define his territory. It generally followed the high ground with commanding views into the mountains and down into the valleys. Today, the remaining 80 miles of embankment forms the basis of a famous walk: Offa’s Dyke Path. Our walk follows the southern half of this trail from Chepstow to Knighton (±145 km).
5-Day Cotswold Villages Walking Tour
Have the quintessential English countryside experience on this self-guided walking tour of the Cotswold villages! Each day you’ll take a lovely walk through the bucolic villages whose honey-coloured stone walls transport you back in time.
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Yorkshire Wolds Cycling Tour
Unwind on this beautiful circular tour of the Yorkshire Wolds on quiet country lanes for ‘big sky’ cycling on back roads with long views. This cycle will appeal to those who want a gentle introduction to cycling in the English countryside, as the North York Wolds Cycle Route is certainly set up for that. The ‘Wolds’ comprise a great arcing chain of chalky hills north of the Humber Estuary. You can literally see for miles across this gently rolling, colourful chalk land‑agricultural landscape and then be winding your way through a sudden hidden dry valley. These are just some of the features painted by the internationally acclaimed artist David Hockney, who first discovered the Yorkshire Wolds on a bicycle. It is a landscape that inspired Hockney’s ‘Woldgate’. Along the way, the ride passes by hidden villages, grand country houses, nature reserves, historic priories, and some of the region’s most fascinating landmarks.
Hadrian’s Wall Self-Guided
The Hadrian’s Wall Path is an 84 mile (135 km) long National Trail stretching coast to coast across northern England, from Wallsend, Newcastle upon Tyne in the east to Bowness-on-Solway in Cumbria on the west coast.
Cotswold Way North Section
Discover the Cotswolds on foot on this 7-day self-guided walking tour along the Cotswold Way National Trail. This tour covers the northern section of the trail from Chipping Campden to Painswick, following the Cotswold escarpment to ensure fantastic views all along the way.
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Coast to Coast Path from St Bees to Kirkby
Wainwright’s Coast to Coast Walk is by far the most popular long-distance trail in Britain, and one of the world’s great walks.
Lizard Peninsula Walking Tour
Explore the beautiful and intoxicating coastal scenery of Cornwall on this Lizard Peninsula self-guided walking tour. You’ll be awe-struck by the rugged and dramatic landscape, full of rocky cliffs, crashing waves and salty sea breezes.
Isle of Wight Walking Tour
Circumnavigating the island on The Isle of Wight Coastal Path is a fulfilling achievement over a week of walking. Almost half of the island has been designated as an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Coastal Footpath is a circular long‑distance footpath consisting of 67 miles (107 km), unfolding on public footpaths and minor lanes, with some sections along roads. It should be noted that the path does not follow the coastline all the way, but also diverts inland for long sections.
Walking England’s Jurassic Coast
This 5-day self-guided walking holiday explores the Jurassic Coast section of the South West Coast Path. During your tour, you’ll hike from village to village while you explore the coastline of this World Heritage Site. Expect staggering seaside cliffs, expansive beach, and otherwordly rock formations!
Cotswold Way South Section
Explore the south section of the Cotswold Way as it stretches from Painswick to Bath, taking you along picturesque country lanes, over rolling hills of grassland, and through the idyllic towns and villages that form the very heart of the Cotswolds.
Hadrian’s Wall Walking Tour
One of the best walks in the UK is the Hadrian’s Wall Path. This self-guided walking tour allows you to explore beautiful Northern England, while enjoying the history and beauty of the English Countryside.
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Yorkshire Dales Cycleway Tour
The iconic Yorkshire Dales National Park has extraordinary natural beauty derived from the Iceland rain sculptured limestone. It has over thousands of years been fashioned into a range of shallow and deep ‘Dales’, gorges, rocky pavements, waterfalls and gushing rivers, caves and woodland glades. Human interaction with the landscape has moulded the geology to create farms and fields lined with miles of dry‑stone walls, the ribbed ruins of abbeys, medieval castles, pastures glowing with multi‑shades of green, sitting below wilder lands of heather and sedge, home of red grouse and deer. The Yorkshire Dales Cycleway follows a circuit of normally quiet lanes that are ideal for cycling.
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