Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

South West Coastal Path Walks – Which section is for me?

29 Jan , 2019  

The South West Coast Path is 630 miles in total, covering a vast, everchanging stretch of the English coastline. While it would be a dream to walk the entire route in one shot, for many people this is simply not possible. So for this reason we have split the route down into sections that are […]

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Adventure of the Week, Walking

Adventure of the Week – Complete Tour du Mont Blanc in Comfort

23 Jan , 2019  

Europe’s classic long-distance trek the Tour du Mont Blanc passes through 3 countries and provides superb mountain views of the Mont Blanc Massif and the surrounding valleys. This version of the Tour du Mont Blanc is perfect for those who want to enjoy all of the Tour du Mont Blanc whilst staying in comfortable accommodations. In a […]

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Adventure of the Week: West Highland Line – Rail & Hike

16 Jan , 2019  

The West Highland Way is one of the classic walks in the UK. It has all the scenery, gravitas, good company and excellent accommodation that you could wish for. However, there is another side to the West Highland Way that walkers only come into contact with briefly on their walk. There is a rail line […]

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Adventure of the Week: The West Highland Way

9 Jan , 2019  

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 availability for May is starting to sell out and June is not too far behind.  So if June is […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

5 reasons to walk the Dales Way

3 Jan , 2019  

Walking between Cowsgill and Dent

I have lived in Scotland for a few years now, but I have never had the chance to explore the English countryside until now. With a fresh pair of eyes (and legs?), this 80-mile-long walk was a great challenge for me who have never been on a walking trip before! The Dales Way is easy […]

Macs Adventure, News

5 Surprising / Funny / Brilliant Things We’ve Learned About Our Adventurers

31 Dec , 2018  

In December 2018 we ran a facebook advent calendar contest for a bit of festive fun. To enter, we asked our friends and followers to answer some of life’s important questions, from “What’s the one item you can’t travel without” to “What’s the funniest thing that’s happened on your travels” Your answers were brilliant, and […]

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Your 2019 Adventure Calendar

31 Dec , 2018  

As one year ends, it’s time to reflect on adventures gone by, or maybe consign some things to the past and start looking forward to a year of fun, positivity, and adventurous times! Stuck for ideas? Here is our handy guide to where to go each month of 2019, to get the travel inspiration flowing […]

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Macs Adventure Top 10 Walking and Cycling Tours of 2018

28 Dec , 2018  

The Macs Adventure tour list expands at a high rate every year as our products team work their socks off to find the most outstanding walking and cycling regions in the world. Not just find them, but then craft them into a delightful trip, full of backup, to ensure you have a hassle-free adventure every […]

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The Best Hiking in the Outer Hebrides

27 Dec , 2018  

The Outer Hebrides is surely on everyone’s list as a must see at some point in their lives? If not, it definitely should be. The small chain of islands boasts some of the UK’s finest beaches, dramatic scenery, a variety of wildlife, wild mountain ranges as well as a rich history and unique Gaelic culture. […]

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Adventure of the Week: The Kaikoura Coast Track

19 Dec , 2018  

Walking in New Zealand was one of the things that inspired the creation of Macs Adventure in the first place, so it has been a pleasure to launch trips there this year and watch them take off. While New Zealand is famed for its Great Hikes, we wanted to showcase some of the lesser known […]