Post by: Ewan

Adventure of the Week, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Bavarian Alps: Hiking the Salt Trail

4 Sep , 2019  

Overtoursim is something that we are hearing about more and more. With the rise of Air B&B culture, there are very few Venetians left in Venice, young people in Barcelona and the Isle of Skye are struggling to stay in the place they were born because they can’t afford the house prices. Many canny holidaymakers […]

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Adventure of the Week: Classic Walks of Gran Paradiso

21 Aug , 2019  

Alpine mountain trails arguably provide the greatest scenery. With the extra effort of walking up there, you are generally rewarded with a little bit more in the scenery department. However, often with this amazing scenery comes extra people, all wishing to bask in the glorious surroundings. Wouldn’t it be lovely to find a quieter part […]

Adventure of the Week, Discovery, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Nakasendo Trail, Tokyo, Kyoto, Mount Koya & Nara

14 Aug , 2019  

Some trips are a relaxing meander through town and country, taking in the sights at a slow pace, mindfulness in motion. There are others where we combine this with other components to really let you get to grips with what a country or region has to offer. While on this trip, there are portions of […]

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Adventure of the Week: The West Highland Wahey

7 Aug , 2019  

This is a special edition of Adventure of the Week. Normally we try to paint a picture of one of our beautiful trips and if you are like, you are more than welcome to enquire further with one of our team. This week, we are showcasing a trip undertaken by the majority of the team […]

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Adventure of the Week: The Arran Coastal Way

10 Jul , 2019  

Looking back over all that we have written about, it came as a big shock that we have never once written a blog about one of our oldest, best-loved trips. For most people in Macs Adventure, this Island has played a large part in our lives. It is a place of true wilderness, of community […]

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Adventure of the Week: Tenerife: Mount Teide to the Coast

3 Jul , 2019  

Summer has been a bit of a late starter in the UK this year. The benefits of a bit of sunshine on our physical and mental health is undisputed, so now is the time to start thinking about that swift break later in the year to squeeze a little more sun out of 2019. The […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Trekking, Walking

Adventure of the Week: The GR5 Trail

27 Jun , 2019  

There are a few treks in the world that get all the good press and deservedly so. However, this does make the popularity of these treks skyrocket, but behind every great trek, there is a lovely alternative or two and this week we are going to focus on one of these. So, if you have […]

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Adventure of the Week: Thomas Hardy’s Dorset

19 Jun , 2019  

England is a patchwork of poetry and prose, sewn together by master craftsmen. Wordsworth’s words weave together vivid visions of the lake district, its fells and lakes, and Chaucer describes the Kent countryside so descriptively you feel like you have just come back. The South West of England is similarly covered by Thomas Hardy, his […]

Adventure of the Week, Culture & History, Cycling

Adventure of the Week: Cycling Catalonia – Beaches, Wine & Dali

12 Jun , 2019  

On visiting Catalonia it becomes clear why there is such a strong sense of belonging and pride amongst the people. Catalonia is home to beautiful and diverse landscapes from mountains to beaches and everything in between. It is a bastion of culture with a rich history that also happens to be home to world-renowned cuisine […]

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Adventure of the Week: The Glen Affric Trail

5 Jun , 2019  

While we all ponder the damage we are doing to the environment and think of ways to make things better, there is a place in Scotland that has been trying to press the reset switch since the 1960s. It has long been known as one of the most beautiful places in Scotland, but great strides […]

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