The British coastline has drawn our people and tourists to the sea for generations. Some of the most beautiful walks these islands have to offer hug the coast, winding their way from bay to bay. We love our coast and would love to take you on a journey through nature and time. Be it a circular walk taking in one of the many sections of coast path available or accompanying you along one of the more complex and undulating sections during a longer trip, we will gladly join you. Please note that we do not offer coasteering or any water related activities.
Upcoming open sessions:
None at this time
Depending on the walk you may need to be a little fitter than the average couch-potato, aside from that you don't need to know anything.
What can you expect?
Stunning coastal views and a unique flora and fauna. A coast rich in history and tradition, folklore and tales. Winding coastal paths, secluded bays and hidden gems.
Our experienced, qualified, enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide will meet you at your starting point. Often with coastal walks it is sensible to make them linear in fashion. If this is a sensible approach we will discuss appropriate logistics with you before the day. Usually this will involve leaving a car at the end and driving to the start, though occasionally involves public transport.
Throughout the day your guide is at your disposal and will facilitate any change of plan you'd like to make to the best of their ability. Given the varied nature of the British coast there is no such thing as a typical day out and where one day you may spot dolphins, seals or whales, on others you will be watching climbers on the many sea cliffs or fishermen heading out to sea.
Regardless of where your journey takes you, your guide will know some of the local history and stories, and will share their knowledge of the coast's stunning flora and fauna with you.
We have to stress that we do not offer water based activities and should you plan to spend some time in the water your instructor will simply take an extended break and confirm a later time to carry on the walk with you.
What do you need to bring?
Participants should be equipped for a normal day walk out with warm layers, a waterproof jacket and walking boots.
As sun exposure is greater near water we strongly recommend sun cream, sunglasses and a sun hat, even on overcast days.
Depending on where exactly you want your journey to take place you may need to bring your own lunch and drinks, though we always aim to incorporate a tea room or country pub in our day walks where possible. We will confirm this with you when booking and any food costs are settled directly by individuals with the premises.