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1st March 2023 -    We are now fully booked on our coast path routes until the end of May but please send quote requests in for June onwards as there is availability for the rest of the year.  If you do plan to walk between now and June then our inland routes, Coleridge Way, Mendip Way, Saints Way  Dartmoor Way and Two Moors Way still have availability for most dates so please get in touch.

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South West Coast Path  - Minehead to Westward Ho! (Somerset and Devon)

Up to 87 miles   -   33 miles Easy Grade,  41 Moderate and 3 Strenuous - what this means

Woolacombe Beach Devon Coastal Path Walking Holiday and Luggage Transfer A Much less visited section of the South West Coast Path than Cornwall means much better value accomodation - yet the walking and overnight stays are of equal quality on this overlooked route. Easy and quick access from London and the rest of the UK mean cheaper travel and all round a more cost effictive walking holiday Highlights are the Wild Moors of Exmoor National Park mixed with the Golden Sands and surf of North Devon. Gorge country around Lynmouth and the unique Braunton Barrows sand dune systems.

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The Saints Way - Coast to Coast - Mid Cornwall

28 miles   -   10 miles Easy Grade, 18 Moderate - what this means -   2 or 3 days walking

Dennis Hill Padstow, Saints Way Budget Walking Breaks in Cornwall, With our Cornwall Offices based just off this superb route we not only know its options and highlights better than anyone and also offer the route at the cheapest prices.  A fascinating short break walking coast to coast across Cornwall on the route linking the routes of ancient Saints with their Holy Wells, Churches and Celtic Crosses. Suitable for all enjoy the superb restaurants and overnight facilties at Padstow and Fowey two of Cornwall's finest harbour towns at each end of the route.  In between scale Helmans Tor, pass standing stones and walk ancient drover tracks through lush hidden valleys. Through the heart of Mid Cornwall in an area little visited by the tourist masses overnight in tiny inland village inns and farms to see a "real" side of Cornwall missed by most.

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The Coleridge Way - Exmoor National Park

51 miles - Moderate Grade Walking - what this means - option for a strenuous climb of Dunkery Beacon on Exmoor

Coleridge Way Walk Exmoor National Park Budget Walking HolidaysAs with the Exmoor area coast path the lack of visitors compared to Cornwall and Devon means that this short break works out one of the least expensive, yet has an excellent run of welcoming Inns as you walk through Exmoor National Park, the Quantocks and Brendon hills.  On the Poet Coleridge's trail enjoy green uplands and wilder moorland scenery mixed with hidden villages, leafy valleys and thatched villages. Much closer to Bristol and London enjoy quick and cheap travel options for this route.  We reguarly run out of high season offers on this trail with some of the cheapest walking prices in the South West so ask for details on Coleridge Way special offers.

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  • One Centre Walking Breaks in Fowey

    From 2 days to one week of walking and other activities at distances and grades to suit you.

    Fowey Town QuayThe most economical way for us to arrange a superb walking holiday without the additional costs and hassle of daily luggage transfers and onward walking. The unspoilt harbour at Fowey on the South Cornwall Coast Path is a pefect option with world class walking options on The South West Coast Path in both directions, the classic inland Hall Walk exploring hidden creeks using small foot ferries on route and additional inland walking on two legs of the Saints Way. Not only is Fowey a superb location to be based in with a range of good restaurants and hotels you can also cross St Austell Bay by Ferry on a stunning trip to the habour at Mevagissey and walk to the Lost Gardens of Heligan Or access the World Famous Eden ProjectRestormel Castle and the National Trust's flagship country house and estate at Lanhydrock all only around 6 miles away with walking options from Fowey. Gentle Kayaking, paddleboarding, boat hire and trips are all availble in Fowey along with Cycling at Lanhydrock on a network of purpose built forest trails. 

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  • Remember these are only a few suggestions for walks of this type
  • To see ALL our walks use our interactive map which displays all our walking routes in one location with summaries so you can quickly scan all the choices
  • Or contact us and speak to a walking advisor, tell us what your ideal walk would be and we can advise on the closest match for you.



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