Devon & Cornwall Walking Tours

Walk Devon & Cornwall - Invigorating & Relaxing

Whether walking the beaches of St Ives in Cornwall, stomping across the wilds of Dartmoor in Devon, or winding your way along (and up and down!) the South West Coast Path – there is a hiking vacation for everyone! Both our guided and self-guided walking tours will immerse you in the best of the South West, and showcase both England’s coast and countryside, where you can hike at your own pace, leading you away from the crowds and back to nature.

We have created a magical mix of the best walking trails in Cornwall and Devon, so check out our tours below and join a group, walk with friends, family, or as a couple on a wonderful walking tour of South West of England.

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Guided Coast to Coast Walking Tours

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Cornwall Walking

On our guided Cornwall walking holiday, discover the UK’s longest and best loved National Trail. Explore the Cornish highlights of our incredible 630 miles of unbroken South West Coast Footpath, along beaches, over cliffs, crossing to incredible islands and staying in gorgeous seaside towns and villages.
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Walk Devon & Cornwall – Guided

On our guided Devon and Cornwall walking holiday, discover the UK’s longest and best loved National Trail and journey on foot through the stunning Dartmoor National Park.
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Self-Guided Coast to Coast Walking Tours

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Walk Cornwall – Self Guided

On our self-guide Cornwall walking tour, explore the UK’s longest and best loved National Trail: 630 miles of unbroken South West Coast Footpath. Enjoy the Cornish highlights of beautiful beaches, stunning clifftop views, and quaint seaside villages at your own pace.
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Visit Iconic Places on our South Coast Tours

With a number of iconic places to visit including the quintessential seaside towns in Cornwall of St Ives, Padstow, Penzance and Port Isaac – home to Doc Martin, along with lesser known little villages both on the coast and inland in Devon, you will be charmed by the region each day. Simply put, England’s South West has something incredibly special for everyone.

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Why go on a self-guided walking holiday?

With exceptionally well-planned routes, our self-guided tours are designed to suit the independent traveller or groups of travellers; those who wish to walk at their own pace and speed. With Ride With GPS and maps, we detail all of the points of interests, lunch stops, cafes – and of course pubs! Walk at your leisure, safe in the knowledge that a support team and emergency support vehicle is always on standby.

Where is Cornwall, England?

Cornwall is in the far west and southern tip of England, bordered by the famous English Channel and Celtic Sea. Known for its natural beauty, rugged coastline, idyllic coastal villages, beaches and walking and cycling trails, Cornwall is an outdoor enthusiast’s ideal playground!

Where is Devon, England?

Devon is a large county in southwest England, with Cornwall to the West, and Dorset to the East, bordered in the North and South by the ocean. With two stunning wild coastlines and the Dartmoor mountains in the centre, Devon is a must-see!

What's the weather like in Devon & Cornwall?

Changeable! Devon & Cornwall has a much more tropical climate than the rest of England so it is often warmer and wetter – it’s not uncommon to have sunshine and showers in the same day, or even the same hour! It’s generally very pleasant and settled during the summer. 

How do I get to Devon & Cornwall?

There are regular train services from London Paddington taking you into both Devon & Cornwall, and to get a bit deeper into both counties it is easy to get a taxi from the train station.