Wilderness of the British Islands

Imaginative and unique travel experiences

The natural world is the theme, man-made elements such as villages, bridges, mines, and churches are also included in the many walking routes

ZigZag Journey - Hiking & Trekking for everyone

Group Walk up Ben Nevis from Fort William

Take on the UK’s highest mountain and experience the best of the Scottish countryside on this 8-hour Ben Nevis hike from Fort William.

Hike up the Brecon Beacons highest mountain

Leave your map behind and summit the Brecon Beacons’ highest peak— Pen-y-Fan—with your guide to lead the way on this hiking tour.

Private Tour and Hike in the Lake District

Combine the best of a Lake District tour with short hikes to discover hidden views and sights on this private tour for up to eight people. A Blue Badge Guide provides details that you might not otherwise hear.

Pennine Way

At just over 420-km, this is a long-distance hike that will lead you through some of the most beautiful scenery in England.

Cuthbert’s Way

Located in Northumberland, this nearly 30-km trek is long but relatively easy, making it one of the best hikes in England for all levels of proficiency and providing you with spectacular views the entire way.

South Downs Way

Covering approximately 160-km, this is a moderately paced long-distance hike that offers a little of everything – including spectacular scenery and the opportunity to view many different kinds of wildlife.

Small Tips for a Good Hike

01. Hunmanby Gap, North Yorkshire (England)

Hunmanby is quite a large village in North Yorkshire. This nice beach is what you can find there! A quite nice right?

02. Bamburgh Beach, Northumberland (England)

From this nice beach, you see the majestic Bamburgh Castle. The water here isn’t getting warm – even in summer.

03. Rhossili Beach, Gower (Wales)

You can find 3 miles of fine golden sand here. You can even do watersports here, especially surfing thanks to the Atlantic swell

Anthony Huddleston
ZigZag Journey