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WEEK WALKS - having a mini adventure


Are you curious about walking a
long-distance path, but put off by
the time it takes or the distance
you have to travel?

There are ways of doing linear
walks that can inspire the soul
without over-stressing the body.


The intrepid trekker can have
adventures. For the rest of us
there are mini adventures which
can make an unforgettable holiday.

This is not a commercial site.
It stems from our enthusiasm,
described in Why Week Walks
above. None of these walks need
a car, and there are lots of shorter walks too.

Jeremy Polmear
Diana Ambache
walkers@weekwalks.co.uk
Roubion on the GR52A, Provence, France, looking back towards the Tinée valley

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Updates, 2024:
Revisiting the lovely two-day Seven Sisters walk (January 31st).
A five-day traverse of the Cinque Terre in the Italian Riviera (April 9th).
Updates, 2023:
Four days walking the Costa del Sol above Malaga (March 30th).
A two-day Chalk Walk (May 3rd).
Four days in the Wensleydale area of Yorkshire (May 20th).
Four days on Exmoor, a circular from Minehead (August 17th).
Updates, 2022:
Three days on the South West Coast Path (June 10th).
Three days in remote England/Wales border country (August 22nd).
Two days walking from Settle to Grassington via Malham Cove (September 30th).
Two days walking from Eastbourne to Seaford over the Seven Sisters (November 30th).
Update, 2021:
Two shortish walks either side of a night at a Peak District Inn, Hotel Hikes.