Walking Tours of the UK and Ireland
Take the leg work out of organising a walking tour of the UK and Ireland by choosing Janet Redler Travel & Tourism to put together a tailor made vacation for you or your group.
With over 30 years’ experience of arranging tours of the UK and Ireland, as well as our unrivalled local knowledge, we can create a walking tour that meets your needs.
Whether you are looking for serious hiking or leisurely rambles, we can put together the ideal itinerary. Perhaps a visit to the picture postcard Highlands of Scotland is your choice, or maybe exploring the rugged peaks of the Lake District in northern England is more your thing. A walking tour of spectacular Snowdonia in North Wales is difficult to beat, whilst adventuring in Ireland on the Wild Atlantic Way or the Causeway Coast can offer some of the most spectacular views imaginable.
Follow the paths taken by generations of travellers and discover an essential strand of England on a walking tour along the Great West Way, a new 125-mile touring route between London and Bristol, roaming through idyllic countryside, quaint villages and ancient towns.
At Janet Redler Travel & Tourism, we will take care of all your tour needs, including transport and accommodation, food and drink and any excursions you would like to make. We can organise guides for you and recommend the best walking routes. Whether you are looking for luxury hotels or comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation, we will hand pick the best places to stay.
Cadair Idris in North Wales
We have an experienced walker on our team and her expert knowledge will be put to good use creating a walking itinerary that meets your requirements.
And of course, you may choose to do some sightseeing on your stay or extend your tour to relax a little. If so, we can organise visits to local landmarks, country houses, castles and gardens – indeed whatever you would like to do.
We recently organised an eight day tour for a group of French walkers to the Shropshire Hills and the Welsh Borders. Click here to read about their experiences. And our very own Helen Moriarty climbed Cadair Idris, one of the most iconic mountains of Wales, after Snowdon. Here is her report.
In 2017, one of our walk leaders, Dai Phillips, walked St Cuthbert’s Way – an inspirational 62 mile long trail which follows in the footsteps of St Cuthbert between the Scottish Borders and Holy Island off the coast of Northumberland.
Or why not follow in the footsteps of John Muir, known to many as the 'Father of the National Parks' in the USA, who grew up in Scotland and was commemorated in 2014 with the opening of the John Muir Way, a coast-to-coast walking and cycling route from Helensburgh in the west of Scotland to Dunbar in the east.
If you would like to know more about how we can help put together a tailor made walking tour of the UK & Ireland for you or your group, please do contact us.