What our customers say

  • I thoroughly enjoyed the holiday, excellent company and guide, I would give the guide 10 out of 10. The walks were excellent, well planned and discussed with us beforehand.

    Jane Sills

  • Spending time with people who share my love of walking was a great experience.

    My first time in the Lake District and my first time with WalkingWomen – it’s been terrific.

    The perfect antidote to a stressful life. I didn’t want to go home and I can’t wait to come back.

    These holidays are the most relaxing holidays I’ve ever had.

    Various

  • Thank you for all your hard work and the magic you create within WalkingWomen. I look forward to sharing it again. Women walking together just works so well!


  • Everything was perfect and I cannot thank you enough for providing me with these opportunities to have a great time; terrific walks in marvellous company. I get more out of every WW holiday I take; I always come back feeling energised and keen to take on new challenges in walking and in other areas. These holidays bring out potential that had remained untapped until now.

    Helen

  • Having just returned from a taster weekend in the Cotswolds, I can thoroughly recommend trying this.
    It was one of the best weekends I have had, walking with lovely, friendly ladies, a competent and friendly guide (Gaynor), who looked after us all above and beyond the call of duty.
    I would not have dreamt of heading off on any of these walks alone.
    The experience has left me feeling empowered and confident that I can do more of the same.
    can’t wait to book my next one. Many thanks to Gaynor and to Walking Women.

    Meg Carter


  • I had a really lovely time and would like to extend my thanks to Gaynor for being such a great guide. Gaynor was very welcoming to us all and created a relaxed and friendly atmosphere within the group. She was informative and knowledgeable about the area, the features of the landscape, the wildlife [we saw a deer, a buzzard, and heard and saw skylarks] and the points of interest – iron age hill fort, chalk horse carved into the hillside, stone monument.

    Gaynor enhanced the day by offering us the choice of an alternative to the five-mile walk we were expecting and took us on a four miler from our starting point, then we moved on to Avebury where Gaynor demonstrated a wide knowledge of the Neolithic stone age as she led us around the stone circle.  The weather which had started cloudy with a chance of rain turned into a lovely sunny day when we reached Avebury and we all enjoyed sitting together to have our picnic lunches whilst quizzing Gaynor about every aspect of a Walking Women holiday. Everyone in our small group of five “tasters” enjoyed the day and seemed sold on the idea of going on a WW holiday.

    Julie Davis


  • What an exceptional company WalkingWomen is! …. Klara

     

    This is feedback from the Kilimanjaro Trek in September 2016.


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