Our Walking Tours in England, throughout the Cotswolds and South West, will take you to stunning locations along beautiful routes, trails and footpaths, including Windsor, Oxford, Churchill’s Blenheim Palace, Bath, Stonehenge, Dartmoor, North Devon, South Devon, St Ives, Padstow and the North Cornwall coast.
With routes for the novice through to the experienced hiker our walking tours are relaxed and inclusive. From 4 – 8 miles per day, guided or self guided, it’s totally up to you.
We design our tours to embrace England at its best, on quiet paths that criss-cross our beautiful countryside, maximising time in the fresh air and with the wind in your hair. Guests are free to be as active as they like with different daily options on all tours ensuring our routes cater for all ages and abilities.
Active England’s guides are the heartbeat of our tours, with outstanding local knowledge and the ability to gel our guided tours into big extending families, every week.
We are rated 95% excellent on TripAdvisor, striving for the perfect balance of active travel, heritage and relaxation.
Our guides are the heartbeat of the Active England’s walking tours in england. Experienced and knowledgeable, they are adept at gelling the weekly groups together to create a truly memorable experience. Check out some of the comments on Trip Advisor.
Ride at your own pace and in your own time with our self guide tours. With GPS as standard using Ride With GPS alongside our routes on map. With back-up support and a “bailout” option everyday, guests can simply enjoy the countryside rushing by.
Many of our guests have specific “must see” places on their bucket list, or have extended groups with different ages and fitness. This is where our private tours come into their own. Pick the places you want to see, the distances you would like to travel and we will tailor you a package.
Guests stay in the best 4* hotels, with unbeatable settings, wonderful accommodation and stunning food – see The Manor. Further options are available for those who want to stay in a country cottage location or in a selection of hand-picked pubs.