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It’s no coincidence that National Walking Month lands in May. Nature blooms, the sun beams down, and our ramblers are buzzing with energy to get out there in the great British outdoors.


So which walking trails are we roaming on home turf this summer? From breathtaking landscapes and areas of outstanding natural beauty, to villages steeped in history and sweeping countryside strolls, here’s a rundown of our top 4 UK walking highlights and attractions – and the solo walking breaks you’ll find them on!



Solos’ top UK walking sights of the summer


1. Sudeley Castle

Historical sights and village charm.

Venture there on our ‘Cotswolds Rambling’ break – 8 June or 3 August.

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2. Emily Moor Mast

Views of the iconic tallest concrete structure in Europe.

Enjoy it on our ‘West Yorkshire Walking’ break – 26 June.

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3. The Quantock Hills

Areas of outstanding natural beauty and tranquillity.

Soak it all up on our ‘Walking the Somerset Coast & Quantock Hills’ break – 7 July.

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4. Brigham Rocks & Pately Bridge

Weird and wonderful moorland rock formations.

Discover it on our ‘Yorkshire Walking’ break – 16 July.

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So are you ready to roam with your fellow travellers? Our social group walking holidays cater for all abilities, each graded to give you an idea.

So feel free to give one of the team a call to discuss your options.

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