England's First Flexible Walking Holiday Launched in South West

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EnglandÂ?s first flexible style walking holiday is being launched this month on the Wiltshire/Dorset borders and in The Cotswolds.

PRWEB) April 4, 2005 -- England’s first flexible style walking holiday is being launched this month on the Wiltshire/Dorset borders and in The Cotswolds.

Self-guided Foot Trails will offer guests total flexibility and independence as there are no fixed packages, which have traditionally be offered to walkers.

Guests will decide when they wish to start their holiday, how long they wish to stay, which dates they wish to walk on and which walks they wish to experience, depending on their interests and ability.

The new self-guided holidays, designed by Foot Trails, will attract walkers to the south west to enjoy walking to suit their pace and ability, using a map, route directions and information provided by the company’ as a guide. The new revolutionary trails are ideally suited to beginners, as the clear route directions can be followed easily without the skill of map reading or using a compass. They will also appeal to more experienced walkers who can choose to use the map provided to follow their trail.

“People lead very busy and full lives today and they are looking for a holiday that will offer them the flexibility and independence to suit their wishes and abilities. “ said Partner Alison Howell. “The hideden secrets of the Wiltshire/Dorset borders and quieter sites of our Cotswold walks offer some of the finest landscapes and most rich fauna and flora in rural England. We hope this new flexible appraoch to walking will attract many more walkers to this area.”

All of the walking routes have been designed by Foot Trails partner David Howell, to guide guests through some of the most unspoilt and more hidden trails in each county.

A web site is being launched with information about the walks and can be found at http://www.foottrails.co.uk/self_guided_walking.html

Further details about the walks can be requested by calling 01747 861 851.

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