A new Seasonal Guide to walking in England

I’ve been fortunate to have travelled and walked in several other countries of the world including America and Europe. Doing so has not only been hugely enjoyable and interesting but it has also helped me to strengthen even further what it is I love about my own country, England.

Our four, clear distinct seasons are in my book certainly one of England’s joys.

Whilst some may find our varied weather difficult to understand (and none of us can predict it!) it does give the view of our world tremendous variance.

All it takes is a little know-how, good planning and ensuring you have the right clothing with you and you can walk in any season and any weather.

To help our guests decide when is the best time for you to come to England our experts and travel professionals have written a brand new guide for you. Which you can request free of charge.

With an overview of each month of the year and a little summary of the climate you can expect, it’s an invaluable guide for the preparations for your walking trip.

To receive your free copy, simply email our team at enquire@foottrails.co.uk or call us on +44 (0) 1747 820626 with your name, email address and the country where you live and we will send your complimentary digital copy with our pleasure.

Warm Regards Alison Howell, Founder

9 responses on “A new Seasonal Guide to walking in England

    1. alison Post author

      Denise, thank you for requesting our guide and apologies for our delay. Your Seasonal Guide to Walking in England will be on route to you Monday. Best Wishes, Team Foot Trails

    1. alison Post author

      Dear Evelyn, Many thanks for your interest. We’ll get a copy of our seasonal guide to you following the weekend. Best Wishes Team Foot Trails

  1. Jim Pyle

    Thanks for the offer of a seasonal walking guide.
    Due to our work schedule we generally travel in the winter.
    Perhaps your guide can be of help in planning a trip.

    1. alison Post author

      Hi Jim, Thanks so much for requesting your Seasonal Guide. We’d love to help. I’ve asked the team to send you a copy. You mentioned your work schedule means you generally travel in winter so if after reading it you have any specific questions, please let us know. Lastly, I do apologise for our delay. This is my fault. Kind Regards Alison Howell

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