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    Northern England Hiking Tours

    Walks in Northern England offer a diverse range of landscapes, from rugged moorlands to tranquil lakeshores, providing an enriching outdoor experience. Whether you're exploring the iconic Hadrian's Wall Path, trekking through the stunning Yorkshire Dales, or discovering historic landmarks along the Pennine Way, walking in Northern England promises adventure and discovery.

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      Open details for James Herriot Way Walking Tour

      Northern England

      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’.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      6 days from $675USDDetails
      Open details for Lake District Walking Tour

      Northern England

      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.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      8 days from $750USDDetails
      Open details for Hadrian’s Wall Self-Guided

      Northern England

      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.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      8 days from $950USDDetails
      Open details for Coast to Coast Path from St Bees to Kirkby

      Northern England

      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.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      8 days from $1,050USDDetails
      Open details for Hadrian’s Wall Walking Tour

      Northern England

      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.

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $1,125USDDetails
      Open details for Coast to Coast Path from Kirkby Stephen to Robin Hoods Bay

      Northern England

      Coast to Coast Path from Kirkby Stephen to Robin Hoods Bay

      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.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      9 days from $1,150USDDetails
      Open details for Coast to Coast Path

      Northern England

      Coast to Coast Path

      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.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      16 days from $2,150USDDetails
      Open details for Northumberland and the Lake District Walking Tour

      Northern England

      Northumberland and the Lake District Walking Tour

      Want to explore some of the best walking in Northern England? This tour allows you to explore the incredible Lake District National Park, but also offers an introduction to Northumberland National Park, another stunning national park.

      Walking
      Guided
      May-Sep
      7 days from $3,050USDDetails

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      Northern England General Information

      Where to Walk in Northern England

      When planning where to hike in Northern England, consider the region's varied landscapes and iconic trails. The Lake District National Park is renowned for its breathtaking scenery and challenging hikes, while the Northumberland Coast Path offers stunning coastal views and historic sites.

      What makes Walking in Northern England special?

      Walking in Northern England is special due to its rugged beauty, rich history, and iconic walking trails. Whether you're summiting peaks, wandering through picturesque valleys, or exploring ancient ruins, each step offers an immersive experience in the region's natural and cultural heritage.

      When to go Walking in Northern England

      The best time for walking in Northern England is during the spring and summer months (April to September), when the weather is generally milder and the days are longer. Autumn can also be a beautiful time to explore, with vibrant foliage and fewer crowds. However, winter months may bring inclement weather and shorter daylight hours, making some trails less accessible.

      Top 4 Long-Distance Walks in Northern England:

      1. Hadrian's Wall Path: Spanning 84 miles across the rugged landscapes of northern England, Hadrian's Wall Path offers a journey through Roman history and breathtaking scenery.
      2. Pennine Way: Stretching for 268 miles from Derbyshire to the Scottish border, the Pennine Way is one of Britain's oldest and most iconic long-distance trails, traversing the stunning Pennine Hills.
      3. Coast to Coast Walk: Crossing from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, the Coast to Coast Walk covers approximately 190 miles of varied terrain, including rugged moorlands, tranquil valleys, and charming villages.
      4. Yorkshire Dales Way: Meandering for 84 miles through the picturesque Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Yorkshire Dales Way offers scenic views, charming villages, and tranquil riverside paths.

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