Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: South Downs Way

17 Oct , 2018  

England is crisscrossed by National Trails, which showcase the best walking in the whole country. All have a focus on blending the rich history and culture of the area, with some incredible scenery. Down in the very south of England there sits a National Trail which is rich in history, from the more well-known Cathedrals […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

Why walk the Thames Path?

31 Aug , 2018  

Walking holidays in the UK are definitely not in short supply, and with so many options to choose from you often find yourself feeling like a child in a sweet shop, so many good choices and so little time. After a while though, that child inside starts to find a taste for certain sweets, and […]

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Macs Adventure, Walk of the Week, Walking

Walk of the Week: The Pennine Way at 50

22 Apr , 2015  

The Pennine Way was the first of England’s National Trails , and is often nicknamed “the backbone of England”. On April 24th, it celebrates a very big birthday indeed. Happy 50th Pennine Way! Opened in 1965, the trail was a culmination of many years of effort on the part of campaigners. Before then, land usage […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

7 Things you didn’t know about the National Trails

16 Mar , 2015  

The official National Trails of England & Wales add up to over 2500 miles of walking wonder, introducing hikers to some of Britain’s most fascinating history and most beautiful landscapes, not to mention some of the best country pubs! Amongst the many, many great reasons to walk (or cycle) them all, we’ve collected some fascinating […]

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