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Outdoor Travel is offering up to a $200 discount on guided walks on select dates between August and November 2019.

The discount applies to select UK walking tours and booking must be made by by 30th June 2019.

With over 30-years of experience they are always keen to encourage walkers to try one of their one-hotel centre-based guided walking holidays in England.

A typical day will offer a choice of up to three walks of varying length and ascent for walkers of different abilities each day.

Terrain for all levels of walks is mostly good paths over a mixture of fields and moorland, often visiting attractive stone-built villages. In the evening you may like to chat with guides and your fellow guests, relax with a drink in the bar, or take part in an optional social activity.

Walks include:

Peveril of the Peak, Dovedale in the Peak District In rural Derbyshire, discover limestone caves, lush valleys and pastures and stone-built villages. A region is rewarding for walkers, whether through Dove Dale, with its eye-opening rock formations, or along ancient and modern trails, looking down across the Cheshire Plain and into Wales. Charming villages, pubs and tea-shops and industrial relics add to the landscape, including textile mills, canals and tin or slate mines. 

Alltshellach, Glen Coe in Scotland Beneath the highest mountain in Britain, Ben Nevis, explore sea lochs, narrow mountain ridges and wooded glens, go scrambling beside fast flowing salmon streams with a chance to see herds of Red deer and perhaps the rare Golden eagle. Glen Coe has heather strewn valleys, jagged ridges, rocky outcrops and a host of post-glacial features to explore. If the summit of Ben Nevis is too challenging there are plenty of rewarding alternative easier walks.

Bourton-on-the-water, The Cotswolds The Cotswold Way in central England provides some of the country’s most scenic walking with medieval churches, country estates, ancient sites and Roman villas. The region is famous for all that is quintessentially English, with traditional stone cottages, handsome manor houses, rolling hills, cornfields and lush green valleys.

Monk Coniston - Conistonwater in the Lake District Conistonwater is an ideal location to explore the Lake District National Park where, for generations, the outstanding scenery of the Lake District has attracted walkers to discover the magical landscapes of the and natural beauty. Ramble along stunning lakeside paths, climb famous hills and fells, unwind in the tranquil wooded valleys, see high waterfalls and open moorlands.

Derwent Bank; Derwentwater in the Lake District Visit Wainwright’s mountain tarns and the lakes that inspired poets and artists alike. Speckled with tiny islands and surrounded by majestic fells, Derwentwater is a superb location for which to enjoy everything the Lakeland has to offer.

For all info on Outdoor Travel's walks click here.

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