In England, whether you’re going coast-to-coast or pub-to-pub, this is unforgettable walking.
With a long-established culture of hill walking, England knows how to make a trail. Whether it was Alfred Wainwright devising the Coast to Coast, the Rambler’s Association envisioning the Cotswold Way, or even the Roman soldiers building Hadrian’s Wall, travelling on foot is a national pastime and it’s not hard to see why.
The national parks across the country can instil a sense of such remoteness that one almost forgets that they are in tiny England, but with a village and a pub never far away, you’ll be glad that you are. Once you’ve walked through quaint Cotswold towns, past Cumbria’s lakes and across the rolling hills near the Scottish border, you’ll be demanding more, more, more before you even reach Yorkshire’s mist-shrouded moors.