26 February 2020

Discover our UK National Trails

Need something to look forward to?

Get ready to explore somewhere new and fresh this summer and start looking forward to exploring one of the UK's sensational National Trails.

What are the National Trails?

Located all over the country, there are 16 nationally managed trails for walking (and some cycling) just waiting to be traversed. Journeying through mainly landscapes and almost entirely traffic free, the National Trails really are special.

From extensive way-marking to well-maintained paths, it offers excellent getaways in some of the country's most stunning destinations.

Most spectacular walking spots

Ranging in distances and terrain, all of the National Trails offer stunning scenes from coast to countryside. The longest trail is around 630 miles long with the smallest being around 102, so the next thing to do is choose a challenge to suit you.

Explore the National Trails

From the very top of the English Isle to the very bottom, the National Trails are located all across the country.


  • The Pennine Way
  • The Pennine Bridleway
  • Offa's Dyke Path
  • England's Coast Path
  • Yorkshire Wolds Way
  • Peddar's Way
  • Glyndwr's Way
  • Thames Path
  • Pembrokshire Coast Path
  • South West Coast Path
  • South Downs Way
  • The Ridgeway
  • The Cotswold Way
  • North Downs Way

For more information or to start organising your National Trail vacation, please contact our expert travel team on +44 (0) 1242 250642.



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