Walking trails in England are numerous and take you from village to village where you can have meals in the local pubs and stay in beautiful B&B’s, hostels, or camp. Hiking along ancient trails you can view everything from crop circles to ancient white horses carved into the hillsides; stone circles at Avebury and Stonehenge; Gothic Cathedrals; castles; ancient burial mounds and more! As you trek along the rolling hills and farmlands of England you may even catch a glimpse of a fairy dancing among the wild flowers!
Get fit to trek through the rolling countryside of England on the many footpaths that connect one village to another.
Take your first step to enjoying this trekking adventure with my free get fit strategy session!
Fred and Donna Austin: Fred and Donna Austin continue expanding the series of British Footpath guide books (covering England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland), started by their friend Richard Hayward, who stumbled upon his first waymarked British footpath in 1974, and continued happily following these paths to the end of his life. His love for these gentle pathways have helped many discover their own serendipitous journeys through his walking classes and his walking guidebooks. Fred Austin continues to teach these classes at North Seattle Community College in the Continuing Education department.
North Seattle Community College British Footpath class offerings:https://continuinged.northseattle.edu/courses/travel