Post by: Mireia Marques

Adventure of the Week, Culture & History, Macs Adventure, Walk of the Week, Walking

Adventure of the Week – Speyside Whisky Trail

16 May , 2018  

May is a big month for lovers of a single malt,  May 19th is World Whisky Day. It may come as no surprise then that May is our busiest month for that fine combination of passions – walking, whisky, and the Scottish Highlands. That’s why this week, we’re looking towards the Speyside Whisky Trail for […]

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Adventure of the Week, Discovery, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Walking in Las Alpujarras

2 May , 2018   Gallery

One of the best sides of Spain is it’s peaceful, truly hidden and undiscovered side.  While it is always a pleasure to drop in on one of the country’s amazing cities, heading out to an authentic, tranquil and rural part of Spain is a joy, and I was lucky enough to do this trip and experience […]

Macs Adventure, Walking

6 Best historical Sites on Hadrian’s Wall Walk

2 Apr , 2018  

Hadrian’s Wall Walk is one of the most popular walking holidays in England for many reasons – lively pubs and friendly B&B’s, magnificent scenery and the quaint villages you will pass through along the path – but for most people it is the wealth of iconic landmarks you will see as you follow the course […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

How Many Days to Walk the Coast to Coast?

16 Jan , 2018  

Coast to Coast sign at Robin Hood's Bay

One of the most commonly asked questions from anyone looking to do the Coast to Coast Walk,  is how many days to take the walk over?  This blog post will give you all the information you will need to work out how many days would be right for you: Macs Adventure offer many different itineraries on […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

Top 5 Sights in the Cairngorms

7 Nov , 2017  

The Cairngorm National Park is one of Scotland’s finest outdoor escapes. It caters to a wide variety of outdoor pursuits and backs up each of these disciplines by having specialist shops, great accommodation and the odd pub or two. Macs Adventure has a wide array of walking adventures in the Cairngorms and to give a little […]

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Adventure of the Week, Cycling, Discovery, Macs Adventure, Road Cycling

Adventure of the Week: Road Cycling Coast & Volcanoes of Lanzarote

5 Oct , 2017  

If you want to keep the road cycling legs ticking over when dark and cold conditions keep you from your usual rides, this is the perfect adventure for you. Descending sweeping downhills, cycling through lava fields, volcanic valleys and vineyards, the island of “Eternal Spring” will give you everything you need. In a nutshell  Cycle […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the week – Burgundy vineyard trails

12 Jul , 2017  

Château and vineyards, Burgundy

Looking for stunning landscapes, vineyards, exquisite food and the best wines? Look no further, we’ve got the right walking trip for you. In a nutshell Discover the best of Burgundy walking from Dijon to Meursault, stopping along the way for tastings in local caves and relax at the end of the day in charming hotels […]

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Macs Adventure

6 things I learned on my first long distance hike

5 Dec , 2016  

Andrew Snooks Sweden

A bit of a hiking novice, I began working in the finance department of an adventure holiday company in 2016, and being suddenly surrounded by outdoors enthusiasts it got me thinking; perhaps I should try out a hiking trip. I was feeling inspired to try out a “proper” long distance trail, and Macs Adventure helped me fulfil my […]

Macs Adventure, Walking

The Pennine Way – the Path, the People, the Journey

18 Oct , 2016  

To celebrate the Pennine Way’s 50th birthday in 2015, Andrew McCloy walked the length of Britain’s most celebrated and iconic trail to discover its remarkable story. He found the journey through the wild Pennine hills every bit as exhilarating and rewarding as he’d hoped, not least the opportunity to get away from it all and […]

Weekly Cycle

Weekly Cycle: Gourmet Rioja Cycling

15 Sep , 2016  

Boasting famous red wines and mouth-watering meats, La Rioja is one of the well-known foodie hotspots of Spain. What’s more, its historical villages and spectacular hilltop views make it the perfect place to enjoy a self-guided cycling holiday. Introducing, Gourmet Rioja… In a nutshell: Where is it? Starting in the medieval village of Ãbalos in the heart […]