Travel Light and Stay Comfortable: The Magic Merino Wool

Posted: June 12, 2024

We have so many women asking about what to pack …especially wanting to travel light and take only hand luggage if flying and not to be hampered with big suitcases when going by train. We love travelling light and you’ll be surprised how much you can do without. On our holidays you can usually wash […]

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Strong - Goat Fit

Get Goat Fit with WalkingWomen

Posted: June 1, 2024

Finding your inner goat We love our goat levels to describe our walks and one of the best comments we heard from an American guest was “what on earth are these goat levels you use in Britain”. Perhaps soon they will be the UK’s national grading for our trails! But for now, they are special […]

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Portugal and Sapin

Connie’s Camino

Posted: May 17, 2024

“This very special trip is one I’ll never forget” In April a small group of WalkingWomen walked the Camino Way – the Portuguese route. They began in the small Portuguese city of Porto to spend a few days getting ready. From Porto they went to Tui – a small village where their Camino began – […]

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Norway

Great Guides – a focus on Anita

Posted: April 23, 2024

WalkingWomen has a network of women guides And it’s what makes our holidays so special. They are the heart and the soul of WalkingWomen and each one has their own unique way of guiding you to discover and explore a new area. They all share their passion for ‘ their place”. It might be sharing […]

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Lesbian Travel – what does this mean to you?

Posted: April 13, 2024

A post from Ginny Lunn – Joint Owner, Walking Women. I sit here looking at these magical mountains, reflecting on travelling as a lesbian and a topic that I am often asked about since I began my journey at WalkingWomen. It feels now is the time to write about travelling as a lesbian and why […]

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Needy Knees – what helps?

Posted: April 3, 2024

By our very own Walking Woman Helen … 10 years ago I hobbled down Ben Nevis, my 8 year old son, skipping ahead impatient with my speed and the need to periodically walk backwards to relieve the pain in my knees. It had been a long day and although elated by the fact that I […]

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Neurodiversity week

Neurodiversity Celebration Week 18th-24th March 2024

Posted: March 20, 2024

We celebrate and value the diversity of neurological differences always It is important to us at WalkingWomen as we have our own experiences of dyslexia and struggling to be recognised at school. The days when you were called ‘thick’ for failing all your exams rather than being supported to find the cause. Ginny was previously […]

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West of Ireland

Discover the Magic of Ireland with WalkingWomen This St. Patrick’s Day

Posted: March 15, 2024

As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, it’s time to immerse ourselves in the emerald heart of Ireland, a land of enchanting landscapes, rich histories, and vibrant cultures. WalkingWomen invites you to celebrate this special day by exploring Ireland through our new walking holiday, designed specifically for women who seek to walk, connect, and revive in the […]

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