Hiking in England is a tradition that is almost as old as the nation itself. Our self-guided trek in England is the Cotswold Way. The Cotswold Way is a historic trail through the idyllic Cotswold region of southern England.

Nowhere on earth is as peaceful as the Cotswold’s, a region of rolling hills, country farms, and rambling forests. Along the Cotswold Way, you will travel through thatch-roofed villages, Roman and Iron Age forts, before finishing in the Roman city of Bath. Bath is a town of architectural wonders, the location of the first “crescent style” housing architecture, as well as home to multiple roman ruins, including the famous indoor baths. Step back into history with us and enjoy the perfect ramble through the English countryside on the Cotswold Way!

Self Guided Tours: England

Costwold Way Trail Sign

Quintessential England is, perhaps, the best way to describe the Cotswolds of west-central England. Peaceful villages welcome travelers with warm stone cottages and intimate B&Bs. Winding country lanes, cobblestoned and lined with dry-stone walls, guide explorers through a tapestry of quiet tearooms and cozy pubs. Stately hedgerows divide a fanciful realm of rolling hillsides and mysterious woods. ...

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Travel and the Coronavirus for Ryder-Walker Guests

Ryder-Walker is monitoring the coronavirus outbreak and acknowledges that there is growing uncertainty about the safety of traveling right now. Currently, our guided and self-guided treks are on schedule to run. Should travel restrictions be implemented by local or global authorities we will post updates on this link.

For more information please visit the websites of the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.