Taking a walking holiday sounds great fun; fresh air, healthy, learning about our country and pretty cheap. However choosing the wrong type of holiday in the hills and valleys of Britain can easily turn in to a miserable experience.
The trip has to be right for you and those who are walking with you.
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It is well worth doing plenty of research beforehand, or if you really are unsure where to start simply contact people like ourselves who are pretty good at letting you know what type of break you will enjoy the most. All you need to do is fill in a contact form and we can start looking at alternatives for you. The most important thing is to tell us what you have done before, what experience you have and therefore what level of walking you are comfortable with.
Consider the following key things when looking at a walking break
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