#MacsMoment, Macs Adventure, Walking

Tour du Mont Blanc: The Best Moments of 2018

20 Sep , 2018  

Yoga on the Tour du Mont Blanc

The Tour du Mont Blanc is our number one Alpine trek. A circuit around the iconic Mont Blanc, through France, Switzerland and Italy, on foot and on top of the world. We encourage our adventurous community share their favourite trip moments as part of our #MacsMoment contest, and have been overwhelmed by the fantastic entries […]

Macs Adventure, Walking

New Zealand’s 9 Great Walks

19 Sep , 2018  

While New Zealand hosts a plethora of amazing walking experiences, you may be asking why we think only nine of them to be great. Well, it’s not us. We believe they are all great and we have been working hard on expanding our range of walking holidays in New Zealand to encompass as much of […]

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Macs Adventure

West Highland Way: The Best moments of 2018

14 Sep , 2018  

Sore feet statue west highland way

Scotland’s favourite hiking trail, the West Highland Way, is a 96 mile adventure on foot from the edge of Glasgow’s urban sprawl into the wild Highlands, and onward to the west coast of Scotland in Fort William. Each year we organise 1000s of walkers’ trips on the West Highland Way, and encourage our hikers to […]

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Adventure of the Week, Cycling, Macs Adventure

Adventure of the Week: Classic Vermont Cycling

12 Sep , 2018  

Vermont is much more than the home-land of Maple Syrup and the gateway to New York. We can all learn something from this beautifully green mountain state. Its traditional farming heritage has shaped its modern-appreciation for food, arts and culture. Its an area of independent thinking, friendly communities and a passion for the great outdoors.  […]

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Macs Adventure, Trekking

The Ultimate Trekking Year?

6 Sep , 2018  

The World’s Best Treks by Month If you had a year to take on the best treks in the World. Where would you go? What would you do? Here is my list of the world’s best treks by month. So if you are looking for inspiration for a year or just a month here is […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Portofino, Cinque Terre and Portovenere

5 Sep , 2018  

Portofino

The world is full of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from ancient Greek temples to the Frey Bentos Factory in Uruguay, but you are unlikely to find any more colourful and vibrant than five little villages in Liguria. Less of a set trail, and more a collection of everything wonderful about life on foot, join up […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

Why walk the Thames Path?

31 Aug , 2018  

Walking holidays in the UK are definitely not in short supply, and with so many options to choose from you often find yourself feeling like a child in a sweet shop, so many good choices and so little time. After a while though, that child inside starts to find a taste for certain sweets, and […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the week: The Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey & Sark

22 Aug , 2018  

With summer upon us where else better to explore than the wonderful Channel Islands; with their beautiful blend of British and French influences, crystal clear waters, quaint fishing ports and fresh seafood. The Islands are shaped by the sea where you can witness some of the world’s most astonishing tides; Jersey doubles in size twice […]

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Cycling, Macs Adventure

Connor’s Top 5 reasons to bike Washington State’s San Juan Islands

16 Aug , 2018  

Connor with his bike, sunset, San Juan Islands

My recent bike trip to the San Juan Islands was my first taste of the wildly popular Pacific Northwest island chain. I wasn’t too sure what to expect, aside from what friends and colleagues had told me: killer seafood, gorgeous views, and mellow island vibes. Little did I know how right they were, and how […]

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Adventure of the Week, Cycling, Macs Adventure

Adventure of the Week: Cycling Japan – Kyoto to the Coast

15 Aug , 2018  

Most people visiting Japan will focus on the cities and for good reason.  The contrast between the traditional and the ultra-modern is more prevalent here than in any other country. However, the cities only show one side to this remarkable culture and to truly explore Japan; you need to get out into the more rural […]

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