Over the course of the 6 Nations, considered by many to be rugby’s greatest championship, we will be comparing some of our favourite walking and cycling tours located in the competing nations: Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, France & Italy.
Explore Ireland’s highlights on this popular week-long drive and hike tour that takes in classic attractions such as the capital city Dublin, the Rock of Cashel, Blarney Castle, Killarney, the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle peninsula, the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and Connemara. As a drive & hike, the Celtic Highlights tour, allows you to get up and close to the Emerald Isle’s natural landscapes by stopping to explore where you please.
The tour starts in Dublin before heading south through Wicklow and then westwards to County Cork before reaching Kerry then heading up along Ireland’s east coast to Galway. Receive a warm welcome, and get a glimpse into rural life in some of Ireland’s charming villages after walking through the idyllic countryside, walking beside majestic mountains, shimmering loughs and shady glens.
This is a whistle-stop tour of Ireland, with the chance to get out on foot and immerse yourself in stunning landscapes. You set the pace each day—whether you want to spend time exploring on foot or with four wheels—the choice is yours!
The Classic Walks of Mont Blanc tour is a collection of iconic Alpine walks that offer sublime mountain views on both sides of the Mont Blanc Massif. The towering Mont Blanc, the highest peak in Western Europe, is the dominating presence here and you can experience mountain life from both the French and Italian perspectives. Expect to see tranquil foothills covered with wildflowers, snow-capped summits, grassy meadows, glaciers, charming hamlets and bright blue mountain lakes.
Based in the towns of Chamonix and Courmayeur there is no shortage of awe-inspiring walks to complete every day including classics such as Refugio Bonatti to Courmayeur and Tre le Champ to La Flégère via Lac Blanc. One of the major draws on this self-guided walking tour around Mont Blanc is that it can be done solo, unlike our other Mont Blanc walking tours.
Graded as moderate the Classic Walks of Mont Blanc tour is geared towards those walkers who are in good physical shape looking to enjoy iconic walks within classic Alpine scenery.
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