A new challenge awaits each and every day, a new hill to be climbed, a new walk enjoyed.
The tallest hills in England are in the Lake District - go walking in Cumbria for the highest hills in England.
Wales offers the challenge of Snowdon and Snowdonia. The Brecon Beacons are another hilly part of the countryside just inside the Welsh border. The Isle of Anglesey in noth Wales is another stunning north Welsh cottage holiday destination.
Munros, Scottish hills
Walkers talk about 'bagging munros' when they complete each hill in Scotland. Scotland offers numerous very good locations for walking holidays. Braemar and the Highlands are scenic and teem with wildlife, there are various long distance paths such as the Speyside Way as well as way marked paths in forests all over Scotland.
Basic walking gear for day trips
It's wonderful to go walking or rambling into the countryside but do go prepared.
Walking boots to support ankles, warm socks, spare pair of socks, cagoule, backpack, mobile phone for emergencies, chocolate, drink.
Holidays for walkers in self catering accommodation
Walkers looking for self catering accommodation require anything from a simple bothy for 2 up to large group accommodation that can sleep all members on a walking club trip.
Click on the following sections to find suitable self catering cottages and bothys.