Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking, West Highland Way

Adventure of the Week: The West Highland Way

11 Apr , 2018  

Walkers on the West Highland Way

This blog is a short, but hopefully informative love letter to the trip that made Macs Adventure the big, beautiful company it is today. The main reason for highlighting it today is to make people aware that May is completely sold out and June is not too far behind.  So if June is your prefered time […]

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Walking

10 things to know about the GR routes

10 Apr , 2018  

Europe’s GR routes are increasingly popular with walkers, especially those looking or a multi-day holiday. Here we reveal 10 things to know about the GR routes. 1) The GR routes comprise a network of long-distance walking trails across Europe and are mainly found in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain. 2) There are more than […]

Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: The Black Forest Gorge Trail

4 Apr , 2018  

Is it the merely the home of a cake, famous in the 1980s? Or is it a witch-filled area of woodland, gloomy and dark and filled with terror? No, you will be pleased to hear that the Black Forest region in Germany is neither of these things. In fact, it is an area filled with […]

Health & Fitness, Tips & advice, Walking

Discover the brain-boosting benefits of walking

4 Apr , 2018  

Walking on the beach in the sunshine

It is the first Wednesday in April, which means it is National Walking Day in the US (although, it applies to everyone!). The American Heart Association sponsors this day to remind everyone about the health benefits and the importance of taking a walk. We’ve come across three new pieces of research that reveal how walking more, especially […]

Culture & History, Discovery, Macs Adventure, Walking

Puglia, Land of the Olive Tree

3 Apr , 2018  

Puglia Trulli Houses

Most people today understand that oil is a strategic commodity that requires infrastructure, investment and global markets. What we recognise as the petroleum industry has existed for only two centuries, but olive oil was produced by our earliest civilisations. The requirements for olive oil production mirror those of modern petroleum and to visit Puglia is […]

Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

Eating and Drinking on the Hadrian’s Wall Walk

3 Apr , 2018  

Hadrian’s Wall Walk takes you through two English counties famous for their local produce and gastronomy, so you will not be stuck for somewhere to eat and drink.  In this guide, we will give you an overview of things to look out for and some guidance on where to eat when you are on the […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

Hadrian’s Wall Walk – Frequently Asked Questions.

2 Apr , 2018  

We are frequently contacted with questions on Hadrian’s Wall Path, and subsequently, our team of specialists know the route inside out and have the answer to any question you may have. Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions, but if you have any you would like answered specifically, you can get in […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

How fit should I be for walking Hadrian’s Wall Path?

2 Apr , 2018  

Walking Hadrian’s Wall Path is a delightful trip from coast to coast in England, taking in the remains of the Roman wall, built to keep the Scots out of England.  In its day, the wall was a remarkable edifice and well-preserved sections of it still remain today along with several museums dedicated to taking you […]

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Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

Which Itinerary Should I Choose on Hadrian’s Wall Path?

2 Apr , 2018  

One of the most commonly asked questions from anyone looking to walk the Hadrian’s Wall Path, is how long they should take to walk it?  This blog post will give you all the information you will need to work out how many days would be right for you: We want to make this wonderful trip […]

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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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