Tips & advice, Trekking, Walking

Getting to the Alta Via- An Adventure in itself!

23 Oct , 2015  

The Dolomites is not the easiest European mountain range to reach-unless you are travelling by car.  Perhaps this adds the charm and appeal for many people? As the saying goes- if it were easy, everyone would do it! To get to Lago di Braies, the start of the Alta Via 1, we recommend flying to […]

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Trekking, Walking

Top of the World on the Dolomites Alta Via 1 Classic

13 Oct , 2015  

Alta Via 1 views.

The Alta Via 1 is one of the most celebrated long distance walks in Europe and this version involves 8 days of walking, from refuge to refuge, carrying all your gear. I fly into Venice, then it’s a bus journey to Cortina and then two further buses to the start of Alta Via 1 Classic.  […]

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Walking

Feedback Favourites: How do you get teenagers off the internet?…

25 Jul , 2013  

We’ve had some great feedback from our self-guided walking and cycling tours this week, from how to get your teenagers to enjoy a vacation, to how to make the most of the Hadrian’s Wall Path… Nature / Cities / History / Adventure / Photography Muna the Rock Climber from Wolverhampton walked the Hadrian’s Wall Path […]

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Trekking, Walking

Top 5 Hut to Hut Hikes

7 Dec , 2012  

Hiking in some of Europe’s highest mountains is difficult to beat. The fabulous scenery, aerial views and the rewards of sometimes challenging day treks reveal a trekking holiday that will bring long-lasting memories. On such holidays, lifetime friends are often made and many people discover a life-long yearning to pursue other similar routes. The traditional […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

Over 40 New Trips from Macs Adventure! Where will you be going next?

9 Dec , 2011  

Where will you be walking, eating and drinking in 2012? Choose from over 40 new walking holidays! Personally, I like to have the thought of next year’s adventure in mind as I tuck into my second helping of Christmas pudding. It just makes it so much easier to justify those little indulgences over the festive […]

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