Hampshire Hikes & Historical Sites
Bring intriguing coastal trails and history alive in South Hampshire
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We know many of you faced disappointment last year with your travel plans, so we have been busy planning our long haul programme for 2022! Book that trip of a lifetime and have something to look forward to, in complete confidence with our flexible deposit and refund guarantee policy.
We think that every one of our guided walking holidays is an adventure and a memorable experience.
Kevin takes the opportunity to lead our first walking group in 2021, to check operations are running smoothly under covid regulations and to hear how are customers are feeling about taking holidays in 2021
The Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust is delighted to be able to support The Ramblers' 'Don't Lose Your Way' campaign, which has recently found over 49,000 miles of lost paths in England and Wales
A selection of our best, most invigorating UK Coastal walks with the WOW factor
Here's a list of our bestselling holidays in the UK that don't charge a single supplement
If you need a bit more inspiration for where to book for your next walking holiday adventure, we thought we’d make it easier for you, by showcasing our most popular, best selling UK walking holidays
If you're unsure what to expect on one of holidays in the covid-era, you can read some of our guests recent testimonials as to how we ran our tours safely last summer. We can't wait to welcome you back on our tours again this year!
Why not tackle one of the UK’s many walking paths, from beginning to end? We make it easy.
Wales is a gorgeous country with a variety of incredible trekking opportunities. However, not everyone knows about these hidden gems, which is why we’ve compiled them for you.
If you aren't sure what travelling in the Covid era is like and are keen to know, make sure to have a read of this article from the point of view of one of our journalist guests.
This captivating country is full of dreamy landscapes, towering mountains and magical moorlands while being crisscrossed with fantastic trails, just waiting to be found.
This country’s ever-changing landscapes provide a wealth of diverse walking routes. Some are perfect for sightseeing or soaking up history and culture, while others offer iconic paths and areas of incredible natural beauty.
The rugged hilly landscapes, emerald green forests and shimmering lakes make embarking on walks in Snowdonia a truly sensational experience.
When I first saw the request for leaders to write a blog on this topic my first thought was what would I say, and my second was "but there’s too much too say"! I have traveled a lot as a customer and led a little for Adagio, and I am now back to being a customer.
A short account of our Hadrian's Wall walking holiday, written by one of our expert tour leaders, Helen Fletcher. Read on to find out more about the terrain and how fit you need to be to walk this route.
As we meet at the start of the holiday, I often ask people what they are concerned about for the coming week. The most common worry is, inevitably: ‘will I keep up?’ Every time. So, you can be absolutely certain that you are not alone! We have walking holidays for every ability. But which one?
The scale of the events and uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus is of a scale that none of us has contemplated, never mind seen before; a complete shutdown of travel services, closures of borders, and the greatest restrictions to personal freedom seen outside of wartime.
We recently asked our database of walking holiday enthusiasts to complete a short survey to see how the current travel restrictions and coronavirus crisis has affected their travel plans.
St Ives is one of my favourite places in the UK.It's almost as if this part of England belongs to another land. The quality of the light, the colours of the sea and the beaches which look as if they have been taken from the Caribbean.
Here at Ramblers Walking Holidays, we are all passionate about the great outdoors and the wonderful world we live in; so we share the challenges that now face us all with the restrictions on social distancing and going outside. Instead of leading their favourite tours, our lovely walking tour...
Here’s a chance to sit back and dream about your next walking adventure, let your imagination come with us and discover some of our world's most exciting places from the comfort of your home.
Why I became a guided walking holiday leader, and my favorite paths to walk in Europe
I have led tours for Ramblers Holidays for 12 years, all over the world, from Trinidad to Vietnam, from Iceland to South Africa and many in between. But one of my favourite destinations is the closest one to my home – walking the Ironbridge Gorge. Read on to hear more from Jenny Williams.
Here is a guide to the best foods for energy to maintain a healthy mind and body before and after a walk, hike or exercise.
Keeping fit and healthy is just a few steps away and you can do it anywhere even in your home...
We’re sure that you’ll have a great time on your guided walking holiday with us. Here are ten expert tips to help you have the perfect trip.
You don’t have to travel far to enjoy a walking holiday with us. But if you’re up for a long haul flight, some wonderful experiences await.
Working with Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, we’ve created a special category of walking holidays which takes you to a new destination each day.
One of the best things about our holidays is the opportunity to enjoy others’ company and make new friends.
Yes, it really is possible! Recovering from the excesses of the holiday season doesn’t have to be a dreary and miserable experience.
The nature of our holidays not only gives you an 'up close and personal' experience of your destination but travelling in a small group also reduces the environmental impact. We are a social enterprise with a not-for-profit ethos: our profit is channelled back into supporting access to the great outdoors and people living in the less-advantaged destinations that we visit.
In the UK, through the Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust, we support the Ramblers and other smaller outdoors charities. We also offer direct financial support to walking groups through The Walking Partnership. In order to aid our sustainable tourism ethos, we run a staff-managed initiative called Heart & Sole, which directly supports communities in the destinations we visit.
We have been specialising in guided small group walking holidays since 1946.
We now offer over 200 guided walking holidays in the UK, Europe, and Worldwide with grades to suit all walking abilities.
Working for a better world, one step at a time...
We are a social enterprise with a not-for-profit ethos: all of our income is channelled back into charities and initiatives that support access to the great outdoors and benefit people living in the less-advantaged destinations that we visit. Unlike many tour operators, our profits are channelled back into a variety of outdoor, walking-related or environmental conservation projects in the UK. We especially want to focus on encouraging both young and old to experience the beauty and rewards that our countryside can bring.
In order to aid our sustainable tourism ethos, we run a staff-managed initiative called Heart & Sole, which directly supports communities in the destinations we visit. Heart & Sole offers direct financial aid and support to projects and charities in the UK and overseas.
The Walking Partnership aims to provide direct financial support to the grass roots of the walking community in the UK through local walking clubs and societies. Simply sign up (for free!) and then your walking group will receive a financial contribution every time one of your members books a holiday with us.