Continuous Route Holidays
Our Continuous Walking Holidays work on the principle of covering a long-distance walk in manageable sections. Enjoy a longer distance, linear walk that is usually based in one hotel, with transport to the start and back from the end of each day’s section of the route. Every day you are taken to the start of that day’s route, and then you are picked up in the afternoon to return to your hotel for the evening. You’ll then pick up the trail at the same spot the following day.
Our Continuous Route Holidays
Walking part of the famous pilgrimage footpath of ’Sentier de St Jacques’, enjoy picturesque, rural rambling in an historic part of France
For the first time we are offering this holiday based in small characterful hotels, with bags transported in between. We start in Argentiere just north of Chamonix, and then work our way around the mountain in a clockwise direction. So, if mountain hutting does not appeal to you, but you have longed to circle Mont Blanc, this is the holiday for you!
South from Toulouse to the Mediterranean lies some of the most awe-inspiring medieval fortresses in Europe – the ‘Cathar castles’, perched high on cliff faces and rock pinnacles, seemingly impregnable. This holiday will allow you to explore these castles and walk this historic route once taken by the Cathars themselves, reliving a moment of medieval history in France.
Our new holiday between León and Santiago de Compostela is the long-awaited Spanish continuation of our perennially popular Route St Jacques holiday. Pilgrim feet have passed over these trails for a thousand years, their journey culminating in an embrace of the statue of St James. We follow in their footsteps, but taking only the most scenic parts of the route
We'll be following 55 miles of the St Cuthbert's Way over five walks, stretching from Melrose in the Scottish Borders to Lindisfarne (Holy Island).
Here’s a 30 mile trail across Somerset, enjoyed over 3 manageable walking days, linking some of the best scenery, villages and inns of the Mendip Hills. From the cathedral city of Wells to the coast at Weston-super-Mare.
This walk takes you on a west to east route from coastal Ravenglass to Penrith, with between 9 and 13 miles walked daily and ascents and descents ranging from under 500ft to over 2,000ft.
Starting in Ulverston market square, the Cumbria Way heads northwards to the great border city of Carlisle with daily walking distances of about 12 miles and ascents between 500ft and 1700ft a day.