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    Southern England Hiking Tours

    Walks in Southern England offer a diverse range of landscapes, from rolling hills to dramatic coastlines, providing a memorable outdoor experience. Whether you're exploring the picturesque Cotswolds, hiking along the stunning South West Coast Path, or discovering historic sites along the South Downs Way, walking in Southern England promises adventure and exploration.

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      Open details for Offa’s Dyke Path South Trail

      Southern England

      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).

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      8 days from $925USDDetails
      Open details for 5-Day Cotswold Villages Walking Tour

      Cotswolds

      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.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      5 days from $950USDDetails
      Open details for Cotswold Way North Section

      Cotswolds

      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.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $1,025USDDetails
      Open details for Lizard Peninsula Walking Tour

      Southern England

      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.

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $1,075USDDetails
      Open details for Isle of Wight Walking Tour

      Southern England

      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
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      8 days from $1,095USDDetails
      Open details for Walking England’s Jurassic Coast

      Southern England

      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!

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      5 days from $1,125USDDetails
      Open details for Cotswold Way South Section

      Cotswolds

      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.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $1,150USDDetails
      Open details for Cotswold Villages Walking Tour

      Cotswolds

      Cotswold Villages Walking Tour

      Explore classic country village life in England as the Cotswold Villages walking tour takes you through some of the best-known villages in the Cotswolds, plus a few that are off the beaten path.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      7 days from $1,325USDDetails
      Open details for Complete Cotswold Way in 9 days

      Cotswolds

      Complete Cotswold Way in 9 days

      Walk the entire Cotswold Way National Trail on this 9-day self-guided walking tour. You’ll walk just over 100 miles, and following the Cotswold Way allows you to explore this beautiful region on foot, passing through local villages and guiding you to a wide variety of historical sites and scenic overlooks.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      9 days from $1,495USDDetails
      Open details for South Downs Way Walking Tour

      Southern England

      South Downs Way Walking Tour

      The complete South Downs Way stretches for a hundred miles over a rare large area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and follows the chalk ridge just to the north of the popular seaside towns on the Sussex and Hampshire coast. The original ‘Way’ extended the 80 miles or so between Eastbourne and Buriton near Petersfield, but was extended in the late 1980s to Winchester making it exactly 100 miles.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Oct
      10 days from $1,575USDDetails
      Open details for South West Coast Path: South Devon Coast

      Southern England

      South West Coast Path: South Devon Coast

      This self-guided walk on the Devon Coast is spectacular. The ruggedly beautiful coastline is marked by cliffs and natural rock formations, and the South West Coast Path traces this wild and natural area, calling out to walkers ready for adventures.

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Sep
      9 days from $1,575USDDetails
      Open details for South West Coast Path: Jurassic Coast

      Southern England

      South West Coast Path: Jurassic Coast

      This self-guided walking tour follows the South West Coast Path on The Jurassic Coast, an exceptionally beautiful section of the English coastline, significant enough to be designated as a World Heritage Site.

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      9 days from $1,725USDDetails
      Open details for South West Coast Path: Somerset and Devon

      Southern England

      South West Coast Path: Somerset and Devon

      This self-guided walking tour of the South West Coast Path in western Somerset and northern Devon allows you the freedom to explore this beautiful stretch of English coastline on foot.

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      11 days from $1,895USDDetails
      Open details for Cotswold Way Classic Walking Tour

      Cotswolds

      Cotswold Way Classic Walking Tour

      Walk the whole Cotswold Way National Trail from north to south on this 12-day self-guided walking tour. Just over 100 miles, the Cotswold Way trail allows you to explore this scenic region on foot, from charming local villages to historical sites and scenic overlooks.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      12 days from $1,925USDDetails
      Open details for South West Coast Path: South Cornwall Coast

      Southern England

      South West Coast Path: South Cornwall Coast

      This self-guided walking tour takes in part of the South West Coast Trail on the South Cornwall Coast. The southern coast of Cornwall is famous for its incredible landscapes.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      12 days from $2,075USDDetails

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      Southern England General Information

      Where to Walk in Southern England

      When planning where to walk in Southern England, consider the region's varied landscapes and iconic trails. The Cotswolds is renowned for its charming villages and scenic footpaths, while the South West Coast Path offers breathtaking views along the rugged coastline of Cornwall and Devon.

      What makes Walking in Southern England special?

      Walking in Southern England is special due to its rich history, diverse landscapes, and well-established walking trails. Whether you're admiring ancient landmarks, wandering through lush countryside, or enjoying panoramic coastal vistas, each step offers a unique perspective on the region's natural and cultural heritage.

      When to go Walking in Southern England

      The best time for walking in Southern England is during the spring and summer months (April to September), when the weather is mild and the days are longer. While autumn can also be a beautiful time to explore, winter months may bring inclement weather and shorter daylight hours, making some trails less accessible.

      Top 5 Long-Distance Walks in Southern England:

      1. South West Coast Path: Stretching over 600 miles along the coastline of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, and Somerset, the South West Coast Path offers breathtaking views of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, and picturesque seaside villages. It's perfect for both short walks and long-distance hiking adventures.
      2. Cotswold Way: Running for 102 miles through the quintessential English countryside of the Cotswolds, the Cotswold Way takes you through charming villages, rolling hills, and historic sites. This long-distance trail offers a blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage.
      3. Jurassic Coast: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast spans 95 miles along the southern coast of England, showcasing dramatic cliffs, fossil-rich beaches, and stunning geological formations. Walking along this coast provides a journey through millions of years of Earth's history.
      4. South Downs Way: Meandering for 100 miles across the South Downs National Park, the South Downs Way offers panoramic views of rolling chalk hills, picturesque valleys, and ancient woodlands. It's a tranquil escape from urban life, with plenty of charming pubs and villages along the way.
      5. Isle of Wight Coastal Path: Circumnavigating the Isle of Wight, this 67-mile coastal path offers stunning vistas of the English Channel, chalk cliffs, and secluded bays. The varied terrain and rich wildlife make it a fantastic walking adventure for nature lovers.

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