Tours and trails in England

Tours and trails

Imagine exploring a city on a walking trail with a knowledgeable pal, someone who can take you off the beaten track to discover a more quirky side of town. A guided tour can show you the best place to pick up a local delicacy, the right time to avoid the crowds, and the quickest or most scenic route to where you want to go. They tell you when to look up and gaze at something wondrous.

Whether you prefer an electronic audio version, a group tour or an individual local enthusiast, informative and entertaining tour guides can be engaged in all our towns, at major sites, and throughout the countryside for a fascinating walking tour.

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Walk Cheshire’s beautiful Sandstone Trail

Take a walk on the wild side discovering the ancient market town of Frodsham, Georgian Whitchurch and everything in between.

Location: Frodsham, Cheshire

 

Experience the adventure and thrills of the Monsal Trail

Whizz through four former railway tunnels on your bicycle and enjoy breathtaking views on the Monsal Trail.

Location: Hassop, Derbyshire

 

Trip-trap along the Red Squirrel Trail

This family-friendly cycle and walking path encompasses an exciting trail of artwork, sculpture and trolls under bridges.

Location: Newport, Isle of Wight

 

Walking in the New Forest

Twist and turn through vibrant gorse, imposing woodland and bubbling streams as you stroll through the Forest’s 143 miles of trails.

Location: New Forest, Hampshire

 

Take on the challenging Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail

Follow in the footsteps of an Emperor along the Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail.

Location: Wallsend, Tyne and Wear

 

Learn about lively Huddersfield on a walking trail

Immerse yourself in this creative town, rich in culture, stories, international food and heritage. Grab a free walking trail and off you go!

Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

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