The Llangollen Walk

The Pontyscyttle aqueduct which carries the Llangollen canal & towpath 1000 feet over the River Dee 120 feet below in a narrow iron trough and is both the longest & highest navigable aqueduct in the world.

Kennet & Avon Walk

The lady's pool is a particularly broad stretch of the Kennet and Avon canal designed to look like a lake and forms part of our Kennet and Avon Walk.

Lancaster Canal

The partially restored Lancaster follows an interesting route into the Lake District & passes close to the sea as it provides excellent views of the Cumbrian hills.

Dog Friendly

Our walks are ideally suited to taking your dog – offering predominantly traffic free routes. Unfortunately not all accommodation providers are willing to accept dogs which means that only certain walks are available to dogs. Those currently available are listed below,

DETAILS

Please exercise caution when walking with your dog particularly near locks, aqueducts and where you are required to cross roads to reach accommodation or rejoin the path.


Available Walks

Brecon Beacons

The route follows the navigable section of the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal north west into the heart of the Brecon Beacons National park.

Llangollen Canal

The Llangollen is one of Britain's most scenic waterways travelling 46 miles across rural Cheshire, Shropshire and into the beautiful Welsh Hills.

Welsh borders to Llangollen

The route follows the Montgomery canal - an almost totally rural waterway - before joining the Llangollen canal and crossing the spectacular Chirk and Pontcysyllte.

Llangollen Canal

The Llangollen is one of Britain's most scenic waterways travelling 46 miles across rural Cheshire, Shropshire and into the beautiful Welsh Hills.

Thames Path

Our walks follows the western section of the Thames from its source near Cirencester to Pangbourne.

Thames Path

Our walks follows the western section of the Thames from its source near Cirencester to Pangbourne.

Kennet and Avon

The walk follows the central and western sections of the Kennet and Avon canal following the River Kennet before passing through the Vale of Pewsey and Witshire Plain and then entering the Avon Valley taking you right into the heart of the elegant

Bath and the Wiltshire Plain

The walk follows the central and western sections of the Kennet and Avon canal following the River Kennet before passing through the Vale of Pewsey and Witshire Plain and then entering the Avon Valley taking you right into the heart of the elegant

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