Treks and Guided Walks

Cliff on The Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (North)

This is the northerly section of The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, starting in St Dogmaels and finishing in Broad Haven. Totalling 84 miles of some of the most inspiring and exquisite coastal paths in the UK. You will walk through glorious surf beaches, including Whitesand's Bay and Newgale, see ancient stone circles and maybe even spot a dolphin or seal! Since you will be spending some evening in St Davids, the UK smallest city, you will also get the chance to visit the cathedral. This trek has incredibly varied coastal scenery from sandy beaches to dramatic cliffs, almost all contained within The Pembroke Coast National Park.

Woodland Path on The East Highland Way

East Highland Way

The East Highland way is an 82 mile trek which connects Fort William, the outdoor capital of the UK with Aviemore, famous for its mountains and ski resorts. This trail really does have it all, from beautiful forests and shimmering loch side tracks to stunning mountain scenery. It is a great rival to the West Highland Way just much, much quieter!

View over Loch Ness with Rosebay Willowherbs in the foreground - Great Glen Way

Great Glen Way

The Great Glen Way is a 76 mile trek which begins in Fort William and finishes in Inverness. The trail follows a beautiful low level path that offers a fantastic introduction to long distance walking. Not only are the scenery and views fantastic but so are the paths underfoot. This means you can happily walk and look around rather than look at where to place your feet.

Beach near Laggan Cottage, Arran Coastal Way

Isle of Arran Coastal Way

The Arran Coastal Way is a stunning circular route around the beautiful Isle of Arran. It is a challenging 65 mile trek, packed with magnificent scenery and amazing wildlife. Enjoy fabulous coastal walking around the entire island and complete the journey by reaching the summit of it’s highest mountain, Goatfell. Arran is often referred to as “Scotland in miniature” and this trek certainly has a little bit of everything that makes trekking in Scotland so fantastic.

Haweswater Reservoir - Coast to Coast England

Coast to Coast (West)

This is a 6 day walk along some of the finest countryside England has to offer. After dipping our boats into the Irish Sea by St Bees, we will journey along the first 6 days (82 Miles) of Wainwrights world famous Coast to Coast. Travelling through the heart of the Lake District, you will be inspired by stunning views of rugged mountains and tranquil tarns, and spend your evenings in picture-postcard villages.

Approaching top of Inaccessible Pinnacle - Skye Cuillin Munros

Skye Cuillin Ridge Summits

The Skye Cuillin Ridge Summits trek is 4 intensive days of walking and scrambling on the 11 Skye Munros found on The Black Cuillin Ridge. A Munro is a Scottish Mountain with a summit height of at least 914m. There are 282 Munros in Scotland, and many agree that these 11 are perhaps the hardest. Due to their technical nature, these Skye Munros require a large amounts of scrambling. Connected by many narrow twisting ridges, navigation is also extremely complex. Completing all The Skye Cuillin Ridge Summits is a huge achievement and for many it is the very pinnacle of their mountaineering accomplishments.

Coast to Coast East - Cairns Nine Standards Rigg

Coast to Coast (East)

This is the second part of The full Coast to Coast route. The holiday includes 7 days of exquisite walking through the beautiful Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors National Parks. From Kirkby Stephen to Robin Hoods Bay, this 110 mile (177 km) trek offers some of the best walking in England. The Coast to Coast is renowned worldwide for its gorgeous scenery, diverse terrain and welcoming villages. The Coast to Coast (East) can be followed straight on from The Coast to Coast (West) or enjoyed in a subsequent year. Of course, there is no need to complete the Coast to Coast (West) first, this trail can be simply appreciated as a fantastic trek in itself.