Read the ultimate guide to hiking the Camino Frances, the most popular Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail, which leads to Santiago de Compostela & the burial site of St James.
The Speyside Way is one of Scotland’s Great Trails and runs for 116kms. The trail largely follows the valley of the River Spey, while it also passes through the largest concentration of whisky distilleries in Scotland - home to renowned names such as Glenfiddich, The Glenlivet, and The Macallan.
Rugged, rough and remote, the Beara Way hiking trail takes hikers through stunning and scenic landscapes, with views of rugged coastline, rolling green hills, mountains, valleys, and pristine lakes, making it a truly breathtaking hiking experience in Ireland.
Experience some of the worlds finest coastal hiking while taking in iconic tourist attractions such as the Cliffs of Moher, The Burren and the Alliwee Caves along the spectacular Burren Way trail on the West Coast of Ireland.
Follow in the footsteps of Roman history while hiking in England, and discover why walking the Hadrian's Wall Path trail should be on your hiking bucket list with our in-depth guide.
Experience some of the worlds finest coastal hiking while taking in iconic tourist attractions such as Dunluce Castle, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge & the Giants Causeway, along the spectacular Antrim Glens & Coastline trail in Northern Ireland.
The Dingle Way hiking trail is situated in county Kerry in the southwest of Ireland. The trails starts and finishes in Tralee, the capital of Kerry, and takes you along the breathtaking Dingle Peninsula. Check out our ultimate guide on walking this spectacular trail.
Relive Ireland of the past and hike through a dramatic landscape that has changed little over the past centuries. Check out our in-depth guide on hiking in Connemara and the West of Ireland along the Western Way.
The West Highland Way is one of the most beautiful hikes in Europe and maybe even the world. The Scottish highlands attract hikers...
At over 200km and pieced together through a series of old roads, dating back over a thousand years, the Kerry...
The West Highland Way hiking trail is one of the world’s classic long-distance walks. The 154km (96 mile) long hiking route offers up stunning lakes and mountainous scenery in the Scottish Highlands. Check out our in-depth guide for hiking this magnificent trail in Scotland.
Between scenery, history, mythology and ancient paths, Ireland has some of the best walking and hiking trails in the world....