UK 2022: Save up to £60 pp

4-Night Exmoor Guided Walking Holiday

View of Porlock, Exmoor National Park, Somerset
Duration: 4 nights
Type: Guided Walking
Walking Grade: 2 & 3
from £469pp £419pp

The sweeping hills, wooded combes and glorious seascapes of the Exmoor National Park reward every footstep with an astonishing range of landscapes and moods to enjoy. Vibrant yellow gorse, purple heather, wild ponies and red deer meet a backdrop of huge blue skies and seas, adding a colourful variety to our Guided Walks.

Holiday Highlights

  • Head out on guided walks to discover the varied beauty of Exmoor on foot
  • Admire panoramic moorland views and expansive seascapes
  • Let an experienced leader bring classic routes and offbeat areas to life
  • Visit some of Somerset's most beautiful picture postcard villages
  • Look out for wildlife, find secret corners and learn about the history of the moors and coastline
  • Discover the clarity of the night sky in this International Dark Sky Reserve
  • A relaxed pace of discovery in a sociable group keen to get some fresh air in one of England’s most beautiful walking areas
  • Evenings in our country house where you share a drink and re-live the day’s adventures

What’s included

  • High quality en-suite accommodation in our country house
  • Full board from dinner upon arrival to breakfast on departure day
  • 3 days guided walking
  • Use of our comprehensive Discovery Point
  • Choice of up to three guided walks each walking day
  • The services of HF Holidays Walking Leaders

Trip Notes

Trip notes are detailed, downloadable PDFs for each holiday.

On our Guided Walking holidays, we believe that choice is key. Our walks descriptions will help you choose according to your interests and fitness. The walks are grouped together with care by local experts to give the best experience. While every effort will be made to adhere to the described itinerary, we may occasionally vary the sequence shown here or substitute an alternative route to suit local conditions or for other operational reasons, potentially at short notice.

 

You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - Tivington Hill & Dunster

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Ascent: 1200 feet (360m)

In Summary: Heading straight out from Holnicote House, we follow the track and road to Headon Cross where we will see the pretty colours of the hamlet of Tivington Heights. We then head up through a mixed broadleaf wood onto the ridge line of Wootton Common before descending Grabbist Hill to the medieval village of Dunster.

Highlight: Look out for red deer on your journey across this broad ridge line, although illusive, you may hear the loud barking call of the stags especially during rutting season.

 

Option 2 - Over the hills to Dunster

Distance: 9 miles (15km)

Ascent: 1,600 feet (500m)

In Summary: Walk from Holnicote House to historic Dunster. Our route takes us through the woods to the viewpoint at Webber's Post, then enjoy the fine views as we follow the ridge over Wootton Common. 

Highlight: Dunster Castle was the home of the Luttrell family for over 600 years, and is now managed by the National Trust.

 

Option 3 - Dunkery Beacon

Distance: 12½ miles (20km)

Ascent: 2,500 feet (760m)

In Summary: Walk from Holnicote House up onto Dunkery Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor.  After descending across the moor to Wootton Courtenay, we'll continue over the hills to Dunster.

Highlight: Our walk concludes by descending Grabbist Hill - a spot said to have inspired the hymn All things bright and beautiful.

 


Option 1 - Doone Valley

Distance: 7½ miles (12.5km)

Ascent: 1,250 feet (380m) 

In Summary: Starting high on Exmoor we'll visit the valleys of Oare Water and Badgworthy Water, then take the charming riverside path beside the East Lyn river to Watersmeet.

Highlight: Our walks end at the National Trust's tearoom at Watersmeet. This is the confluence of the East Lyn and Farley Water; a delightful spot in a beautiful wooded valley.

 

Option 2 - Badgworthy Water

Distance: 9½ miles (15km)

Ascent: 1,550 feet (480m)

In Summary: We'll head to Oare church then follow Badgworthy Water into a remote corner of Exmoor. Our walk concludes beside the cascading waters of the East Lyn river to Watersmeet. 

Highlight: Walk in the footsteps of Lorna Doone, the heroine of RD Blackmore's novel. We'll stop at Oare church, the scene of the wedding between Lorna and John Ridd.

 

Option 3 - Wild Exmoor East

Distance: 12½ miles (20.5km)

Ascent: 1,500 feet (460m)

In Summary: Ascend from the Culbone Inn onto the wild open moorland of Exmoor. We reach our highest point at Lucott Cross, then past Hawke Combe and Halse Combe to Holnicote House.

Highlight: Discover the legend of the haunted junction at Lucott Cross - very fitting for such a wild location.

 


Option 1 - East of Holnicote

Distance: 6 1⁄2 miles (10.5km)

Ascent: 1,100 feet (340m)

In Summary: An interesting circular walk exploring the countryside to the east of Holnicote House. Our route takes us through the pretty village of Luccombe, along the foot of Dunkery Hill and returning via the charming Selworthy village.

Highlight: Selworthy village was rebuilt in 1828 by the Acland family to house the elderly workers of the Holnicote estate.

Option 2 - Lucott Farm

Distance: 9 miles (14.5km)

Ascent: 1,900 feet (580m)

In summary: A circuit visiting Horner packhorse bridge and oak woodlands en route to Lucott Farm and continuing above Hawk Combe to West Luccombe and then to Holnicote.

Highlight: The Horner packhorse bridge is the oldest in Somerset. Beautiful native woodland and moorland views.

Option 3 - Lucott Farm via Tarr Bull

Distance: 11 miles (17.5km)

Ascent: 2,400 feet (740m)

In Summary: After passing through Horner Wood and following the upper reaches of Horner Water we will emerge onto Tarr Ball Hill with extensive views over Nutscale reservoir and open moorland. We then pass Lucott Farm and return above Hawk Combe.

Highlight: Horner Wood National Nature Reserve and fantastic views across wide open Exmoor moorland.


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


 

You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - Dunkery Beacon

Distance: 9 miles (14.5km)

Ascent: 1,900 feet (580m)

In Summary: This is a circular walk visiting the highest point on Exmoor and Somerset. The walk takes us through woodland and then moorland to Dunkery Beacon and returns on a meandering path alongside the delightful river Horner.

Highlight: The views from the top of Dunkery Beacon are fabulous. The tea room at Horner is also a welcome stopping off point. 

Option 2 - Over the Beacon

Distance: 12 miles (19km)

Total ascent: 1,100 feet (330m)

In SummaryThe longest walk of the week from Exford to the top of Dunkery Beacon, but well worth the challenge! The descent takes us via the smallest and remotest church on the moor at Stoke Pero and the tea gardens at Horner.

HighlightOn a clear day the extensive view stretches south to Dartmoor, and north across the Bristol Channel to the Gower and Brecon Beacons.

 

Option 3 - Roof of Exmoor

Distance: 12 miles (19km)

Ascent: 2,000 feet (600m)

In Summary: Walk over the moors from Exford to the summit of Dunkery Beacon. Continuing across the moor we descend to Stoke Pero church, then head through Horner Woods back to Holnicote House.

Highlight: Choose a clear day and your efforts will be rewarded with a panoramic view that stretches to Dartmoor, and across the Bristol Channel to South Wales.

 


Option 1 - Exploring Porlock Valley

Distance: 6 miles (10km)

Ascent: 850 feet (260m)

In Summary: A short walk out to the pretty village of Bossington, on to Porlock and back to the house along field paths.

Highlight: The pretty 'chocolate box' thatched cottages of Bossington village. 

 

Option 2 - Hawkcombe & Porlock

Distance: 8 miles (13km)

Ascent: 1,100 feet (340m) 

Descent: 2,300 feet (700m)

In Summary: From high up on Pittcombe hill we descend to Porlock before returning to the house. 

Highlight: The descent through Hawkcombe with the rushing of the stream always present as you wander through the trees and glades.

 

Option 3 - Hills & Wooded Valleys

Distance: 9½ miles (15km)

Ascent: 1,700 feet (520m)

In Summary: Follow a meandering route from Porlock Hill to Holnicote House. We'll take in the beautiful wooded valleys of Shillett Combe and Horner Water, as well the heather-clad moorland above.

Highlight: Walking across a bright carpet of purple heather on the moors.

 


Option 1 - Exploring Horner

Distance: 6 miles (9.5km)

Ascent: 1,050 feet (320m)

In summary: A circular walk exploring the countryside and woodland around Holnicote House. Our route takes us through the village of Horner up through the wooded slopes of Horner Wood before reaching the Jubilee Hut. We then descend along the quiet lanes before arriving back at the charming village of Selworthy.

Highlight: Amble through ancient oak trees and arrive at wonderful views of the Porlock vale and maybe even the Welsh Coastline.

Option 2 - Explore North Hill

Distance: 8.5 miles (13.5km)

Ascent: 1,700 feet (520m)

In Summary: A circular walk exploring the eastern end of North Hill. We ascend gradually to the top of North Hill, where we have the opportunity to explore the remains of WWII tank training grounds before descending to return to the house via Lady Acland’s hut.

Highlight: The whole of North Hill was requisitioned by the military during WWII to train British, Canadian and American troops in operating tanks. Traces of where they lived and trained still remain, if you know where to look!

Option 3 - Periton Hill

Distance: 11 miles (16km)

Ascent: 2,050 feet (620m)

In summary: After climbing to Webber’s Post, we will traverse the lower slopes of Dunkery Hill before passing through Wootton Courtenay and crossing over the wooded slopes above the village. We skirt Minehead before returning to Selworthy.

Highlight: The beaver enclosure on the Holnicote Estate at the start of the walk. Fantastic views and a possible tea stop on Selworthy Green.


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - Exploring Horner

Distance: 6 miles (9.5km)

Ascent: 1,050 feet (320m)

In summary: A circular walk exploring the countryside and woodland around Holnicote House. Our route takes us through the village of Horner up through the wooded slopes of Horner Wood before reaching the Jubilee Hut. We then descend along the quiet lanes before arriving back at the charming village of Selworthy.

Highlight: Amble through ancient oak trees and arrive at wonderful views of the Porlock vale and maybe even the Welsh Coastline.

Option 2 - Explore North Hill

Distance: 8.5 miles (13.5km)

Ascent: 1,700 feet (520m)

In Summary: A circular walk exploring the eastern end of North Hill. We ascend gradually to the top of North Hill, where we have the opportunity to explore the remains of WWII tank training grounds before descending to return to the house via Lady Acland’s hut.

Highlight: The whole of North Hill was requisitioned by the military during WWII to train British, Canadian and American troops in operating tanks. Traces of where they lived and trained still remain, if you know where to look!

Option 3 - Periton Hill

Distance: 11 miles (16km)

Ascent: 2,050 feet (620m)

In summary: After climbing to Webber’s Post, we will traverse the lower slopes of Dunkery Hill before passing through Wootton Courtenay and crossing over the wooded slopes above the village. We skirt Minehead before returning to Selworthy.

Highlight: The beaver enclosure on the Holnicote Estate at the start of the walk. Fantastic views and a possible tea stop on Selworthy Green.


Option 1 - Bilbrook, Coast & Dunster

Distance: 6 miles (10km)

Ascent: 500 feet (140m) 

In Summary: From Bilbrook we head out to the coast via Old Cleeve, and along to Blue Anchor Bay before heading back inland to Dunster. 

Highlight: Look out for knots, curlews and oystercatchers chasing the tide along Blue Anchor bay, in search of worms and small crustaceans.   

 

Option 2 - Tivington Hill to Dunster

Distance: 6½ miles (11km)

Ascent: 1,150 feet (360m)

In Summary: From the house we pass through the beautiful village of Selworthy, before climbing Tivington Hill. From the top of this long wooded ridge we descend to Dunster and it's spectacular castle. 

Highlight: The views from the top of the ridgeline looking down over Dunster and Blue Anchor bay beyond.

 

Option 3 - Over the hills to Dunster

Distance: 9 miles (15km) 

Ascent: 1,350 feet (420m)

In Summary: Walk from Holnicote House to historic Dunster. Our route takes us through the woods to the viewpoint at Webber's Post, then enjoy the fine views as we follow the ridge over Wootton Common. 

Highlight: Dunster Castle was the home of the Luttrell family for over 600 years, and is now managed by the National Trust.

 


Option 1 - Selworthy and its Beacon

Distance: 5 miles (8km)  

Ascent: 1,100 feet (340m)

In summary: We pass through Allerford, famous for it’s picturesque pack horse bridge then continue to Lynch and the old Chapel. We then start our ascent to Selworthy Beacon through woodland, finally emerging to cross moorland to the trig point at the Beacon. After taking in the views across to the Welsh coast line, we descend via Selworthy village where we can explore the white-washed church and thatched cottages huddled around the green. Then it’s time to make our way back to the House via an old cobbled track.

Highlight: Spectacular views from Selworthy Beacon, to Nash Point Lighthouse, the Quantocks and beyond on a clear day. 

Option 2 - Dunkery Beacon

Distance: 9 miles (14.5km)

Ascent: 1,900 feet (580m)

In Summary: This is a circular walk visiting the highest point on Exmoor and Somerset. The walk takes us through woodland and then moorland to Dunkery Beacon and returns on a meandering path alongside the delightful river Horner.

Highlight: The views from the top of Dunkery Beacon are fabulous. The tea room at Horner is also a welcome stopping off point. 

Option 3 - Dunkery Beacon & Great Rowbarrow

Distance: 11 miles (17.5km)

Ascent: 2,000 feet (620m)

In Summary: A strenuous circular walk visiting the highest point on Exmoor and Somerset. The descent takes us past the tiny Stoke Pero Church, the highest church on Exmoor, and back through Horner Woods alongside Horner Water.

Highlight: There are great views from the top of Dunkery Beacon making the ascent well worth the effort! 


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - Selworthy

Distance: 6 miles (10km)

Ascent: 1550 feet (460m)

In Summary: Walk to the charming villages of Allerford and Bossington, before continuing to the coast at Hurlstone Point. Our return route traverses the wooded slopes to Selworthy village, with time to explore.

Highlight: Wander through the once extensive Holnicote Estate to the 'model village' of Selworthy, with its collection of 'chocolate box' thatched cottages. 

 

Option 2 - The Beacon & Bratton

Distance: 9 miles (14.5km)

Ascent: 1,750 feet (560m)

In Summary: Our circuit from Holnicote House ascends through the woods to the top of Selworthy Beacon. Having followed the hill-top path we'll return through the fields to Selworthy village.

Highlight: Discover St Agnes Fountain, a small spring dating from 1820, hidden in the beautiful wooded slopes of Selworthy Beacon.

Option 3 - Selworthy Circuit

Distance: 11 miles (17.5km)

Total ascent: 1,900 feet (580m)

In Summary: A longer circuit through the Holnicote Estate takes us to the coast at Hurlstone Point, then along the ridge over Selworthy Beacon. Eventually we descend from North Hill and return via Selworthy village.

Highlight: Enjoy the great views from the top of Selworthy Beacon - on a clear day you can see across the Bristol Channel to the Brecon Beacons.

 


Option 1 - Exploring Horner

Distance: 6 miles (9.5km)

Ascent: 1,050 feet (320m)

In summary: A circular walk exploring the countryside and woodland around Holnicote House. Our route takes us through the village of Horner up through the wooded slopes of Horner Wood before reaching the Jubilee Hut. We then descend along the quiet lanes before arriving back at the charming village of Selworthy.

Highlight: Amble through ancient oak trees and arrive at wonderful views of the Porlock vale and maybe even the Welsh Coastline.

Option 2 - Explore North Hill

Distance: 8.5 miles (13.5km)

Ascent: 1,700 feet (520m)

In Summary: A circular walk exploring the eastern end of North Hill. We ascend gradually to the top of North Hill, where we have the opportunity to explore the remains of WWII tank training grounds before descending to return to the house via Lady Acland’s hut.

Highlight: The whole of North Hill was requisitioned by the military during WWII to train British, Canadian and American troops in operating tanks. Traces of where they lived and trained still remain, if you know where to look!

Option 3 - Periton Hill

Distance: 11 miles (16km)

Ascent: 2,050 feet (620m)

In summary: After climbing to Webber’s Post, we will traverse the lower slopes of Dunkery Hill before passing through Wootton Courtenay and crossing over the wooded slopes above the village. We skirt Minehead before returning to Selworthy.

Highlight: The beaver enclosure on the Holnicote Estate at the start of the walk. Fantastic views and a possible tea stop on Selworthy Green.


Option 1 - Selworthy and its Beacon

Distance: 5 miles (8km)  

Ascent: 1,100 feet (340m)

In summary: We pass through Allerford, famous for it’s picturesque pack horse bridge then continue to Lynch and the old Chapel. We then start our ascent to Selworthy Beacon through woodland, finally emerging to cross moorland to the trig point at the Beacon. After taking in the views across to the Welsh coast line, we descend via Selworthy village where we can explore the white-washed church and thatched cottages huddled around the green. Then it’s time to make our way back to the House via an old cobbled track.

Highlight: Spectacular views from Selworthy Beacon, to Nash Point Lighthouse, the Quantocks and beyond on a clear day. 

Option 2 - Dunkery Beacon

Distance: 9 miles (14.5km)

Ascent: 1,900 feet (580m)

In Summary: This is a circular walk visiting the highest point on Exmoor and Somerset. The walk takes us through woodland and then moorland to Dunkery Beacon and returns on a meandering path alongside the delightful river Horner.

Highlight: The views from the top of Dunkery Beacon are fabulous. The tea room at Horner is also a welcome stopping off point. 

Option 3 - Dunkery Beacon & Great Rowbarrow

Distance: 11 miles (17.5km)

Ascent: 2,000 feet (620m)

In Summary: A strenuous circular walk visiting the highest point on Exmoor and Somerset. The descent takes us past the tiny Stoke Pero Church, the highest church on Exmoor, and back through Horner Woods alongside Horner Water.

Highlight: There are great views from the top of Dunkery Beacon making the ascent well worth the effort! 


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


Holnicote House

Lying near the attractive village of Selworthy, in the heart of the Exmoor National Park, historic Holnicote House stands within a series of peaceful gardens with spreading lawns. Once the centrepiece of an extensive 12,500 acre estate, the charming and characterful house was gifted to the National Trust in 1944. Since then it has been reimagined as a walkers’ retreat, with wonderful access to the countryside. As well as 32 delightful bedrooms, there are two comfortable lounges and a sociable bar. The landscaped gardens are still part of the wider Holnicote Estate and provide a wonderful area to wander. Outside the house, explore wild Exmoor, walk in the Quantocks, climb Dunkery Beacon and stroll on the Somerset Coast Path with the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, drop in Dunster Castle, ride a Victorian cliff railway and watch for wildlife including the majestic red stags.

Need to know

Important Covid-19 steps we have taken for guest safety: Please Read

As we slowly reopen in the wake of the Coronavirus lockdown, our country house stays are set to be organised a little differently; extra steps have been taken to keep our guests, house teams and leaders safe while we return to action. We ask all our guests to respect the measures put in place.

Initially the overall capacity of the houses has been reduced. Guests must wear face coverings in public spaces. To adhere to social distancing guidelines, we have taken the necessary steps to space out furniture and seating in public areas. In addition, a one-way system will be in place around the house. Adequate signage will be displayed to support the direction of travel to be followed by guests and house teams.

As a temporary measure, we will not be servicing rooms during a stay. Extra tea, coffee, milk, and toiletries will be made available on request for all guests. It is recommended that guests bring their own toiletries for the duration of their stay. We have removed all non-essential and reusable items from our rooms for the meantime including cushions, hairdryers, bathrobes, bed throws, and printed materials to reduce the number of items that need to be disinfected. Hairdryers will be available on request. Clean towels will be available on request. We will though be increasing the frequency of cleaning in our public areas providing particular attention to frequently touched items including door handles and handrails.

For now, there is no cream tea on arrival day. We have also adapted our food offering to remove all buffets and open food items. Different sittings may be required for breakfast and dinner due to the occupancy and size of the house. Picnic lunches will now be pre-ordered the night before from an order form in the room. The bar in each country house will be open, and we will be offering a table service for drinks. At this time there is no, or only a very limited, evening social programme available. Outdoor swimming pools at those houses that have them will re-open throughout May to September. Indoor swimming pools will remain closed.

For more information and to see all the steps taken, visit our page on how house stays will be adapted.

Rooms

Tea & coffee-making facilities, TV, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Wi-Fi

Stay in one of the main building’s bright, beautifully presented rooms or in the thatched cottages in the grounds, called Butlers and Guns respectively. With 32 bedrooms, Holnicote House has plenty of space and there’s a range of Good, Better and Best Rooms to choose from: best rooms are on the first floor and decorated in keeping with the National Trust estate, with plenty of space and great views over the back garden, reaching out across Crawter Hill and Dunkery Hill, Somerset and Exmoor’s highest point. Ask for numbers 1, 4 or 9 to feel suitably special.

All ‘Good’ rooms are ensuite and furnished to a high standard. There are also several ‘Better’ and ‘Best’ Rooms that are either larger or have a desirable view, a more luxurious mattress and larger television – upgrade your stay for just an extra £15-25 per person per night. You can choose a specific room for an extra £30 per room, subject to availability. Upgrade supplements still apply.

Facilities

Free Wi-Fi, boot room and drying room, attractive garden, outdoor swimming pool, multi-purpose activity room, lounge, library and board games to borrow

After a day walking on Exmoor or exploring the heath and moorland, come back to the house and its specially tailored walkers’ facilities. Relax by sitting in the pretty gardens or challenge a fellow guest to a game of croquet. Take a dip in the large heated outdoor pool. For something less strenuous, snag a comfy chair in one of the cosy lounges, borrow a book, join a game of cards or scour the countryside through the large telescope. Head to the bar before dinner for a drink and a chance to catch up with your companions, best enjoyed by the windows overlooking the estate.

Food & Drink

As at all our country houses, holidays are full board, from afternoon tea served as a welcome treat through that evening’s meal to a hearty breakfast on the day of departure. Lunch is a chance to stock up on our famous picnic snacks. Food at Holnicote House is hearty and has a strong emphasis on ingredients from the area and seasonal produce. Once a week the wood panelled dining room with its giant fireplace hosts a Local Food Night, when, over a sociable evening, you might try classic Porlock oysters or Priddy Oggies, a local pasty of chicken, bacon and cheese. Mains might include Exmoor venison or Bellbrook valley trout, while you could cap it all with a Somerset apple cake, dressed with cream.

Accessibility

For accessibility and assistance information, please contact our expert team on 020 3974 8865

10684_0056 Holnicote House - Exterior

Getting to Holnicote House

Find out more about this location including travel details and room types.

More Information

Essential Information

“There’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong type of clothing!” goes the adage. Come prepared for all eventualities and you’ll walk in comfort as well as safety. Britain’s famous for its changeable weather, so here’s our advice on what to wear and bring.

Essentials

  • Waterproof walking boots providing ankle support and good grip.
  • A waterproof jacket and over-trousers
  • Gloves and a warm hat (it can be chilly at any time of the year)
  • Rucksack
  • Water bottle (at least 1 litre capacity)
  • A small torch (everywhere in winter, year round in mountains)
  • Sun hat and sunscreen
    Denim jeans and waterproof capes are not suitable on any walks.

Recommended

  • Several layers of clothing, which can be added or removed
  • Specialist walking socks to avoid blisters.
  • A first aid kit inc plasters– your leader’s first aid kit doesn’t contain any medication
  • Sit mat (insulated pad to sit on when you stop for a break)

You might also want

  • Walking poles, particularly useful for descents.
  • Insect repellent
  • Flask for hot drinks
  • Rigid lunch box
  • Gaiters
  • Blister kit (eg Compeed) just in case
  • Waterproof rucksack liner

Guest Reviews

All holidays are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.
Prices based on two people sharing. Supplements may apply.
Non-member fee: £30 per person.

Holiday Prices

Date (Start - End) Nights Itinerary Price Status Trip Notes Book
2021
25 May - 29 May 2021
4 Version 4 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
01 Jun - 05 Jun 2021
4 Version 4 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
15 Jun - 19 Jun 2021
4 Version 4 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
22 Jun - 26 Jun 2021
4 Version 1 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
29 Jun - 03 Jul 2021
4 Version 2 £569 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
06 Jul - 10 Jul 2021
4 Version 1 £569 £529 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
20 Jul - 24 Jul 2021
4 Version 2 £569 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
27 Jul - 31 Jul 2021
4 Version 1 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
03 Aug - 07 Aug 2021
4 Version 2 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
10 Aug - 14 Aug 2021
4 Version 1 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
17 Aug - 21 Aug 2021
4 Version 2 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
31 Aug - 04 Sep 2021
4 Version 2 £569 Available Trip Notes Book Now
07 Sep - 11 Sep 2021
4 Version 1 £569 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
04 Oct - 08 Oct 2021
4 Version 2 £535 £485 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
18 Oct - 22 Oct 2021
4 Version 1 £535 £485 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
01 Nov - 05 Nov 2021
4 Version 3 £469 £419 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
08 Nov - 12 Nov 2021
4 Version 3 £469 £419 Save £50 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
2022
07 Mar - 11 Mar 2022
4 Version 3 £495 £435 Save £60 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
28 Mar - 01 Apr 2022
4 Version 1 £495 £435 Save £60 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
04 Apr - 08 Apr 2022
4 Version 2 £495 £435 Save £60 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
11 Apr - 15 Apr 2022
4 Version 1 £575 £535 Save £40 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
02 May - 06 May 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
09 May - 13 May 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
16 May - 20 May 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
30 May - 03 Jun 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
13 Jun - 17 Jun 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
27 Jun - 01 Jul 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
04 Jul - 08 Jul 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
18 Jul - 22 Jul 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
25 Jul - 29 Jul 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
01 Aug - 05 Aug 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
08 Aug - 12 Aug 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
22 Aug - 26 Aug 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
29 Aug - 02 Sep 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
05 Sep - 09 Sep 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
12 Sep - 16 Sep 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
26 Sep - 30 Sep 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
10 Oct - 14 Oct 2022
4 Version 2 £575 £535 Save £40 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
31 Oct - 04 Nov 2022
4 Version 3 £495 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
07 Nov - 11 Nov 2022
4 Version 3 £495 £435 Save £60 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
Duration:
4 nights
Type:
Guided Walking
Walking Grade:
2

4 nights from £469pp £419pp

UK 2022: Save up to £60 pp

...or call 020 3974 8865

For group bookings of 10+ people click here

Add to wishlist Added to wishlist