We are so looking forward to seeing you in the mountains this year. It's been such an uncertain period for everyone and we know from your emails and messages that you are just waiting for the 'green light' to book a holiday and to return to the high places of the world. Believe us when we say that we cannot wait to see you! A number of trips are proving popular and filling up and we have featured some of those below. Our policy this year is to reduce the number of dates on offer and to focus instead on filling those trips that are attracting interest.
We are available at all times to talk to you about your plans and how Covid-19 may affect any travel abroad. However, before contacting us we do suggest that you take time to read our full Covid-19 Policy explaining our new terms with regard to cancellation please click here. We have also created a guide to travel regulations in the countries we operate in.
Exploring the stunning Scottish Highlands
Hiking in the Highlands of Scotland is a romantic dream for many who enjoy the mountains. Misty glens, towering mountains, gurgling streams, and the 'bonnie' purple heather. Join us and you will discover that it is a dream come true. Let the beauty of this wild land unfold along the West Highland Way.
Hike in the Scottish Highlands and discover a spectacular landscape along the West Highland Way. This beautiful hike which runs from Milngavie to Fort William is 157km (98 miles) long and rewards you with stunning views of heather-clad mountains, lush landscapes, and roaring rivers.
The route opened in 1980 as the first official long distance footpath in Scotland and remains the most famous and popular of trails. The West Highland Way features a huge variety of scenery from countryside parks to loch-shores, from open moorland to steep and rugged mountains.
Perfect terrain for day tours
This is one of Italy's best kept secrets! Trek in Tuscany through an ancient landscape of breathtaking mountain walking and exceptional hospitality. A gorgeous Tuscan farmhouse awaits, with first class homegrown food. Prepare to be surprised by the stunning views, and wild limestone ridges.
Trek through a truly beautiful and ancient Tuscan mountain landscape while enjoying exceptional hospitality. In contrast to the rolling vineyards and cyprus avenues of Chianti, this is an untamed land of chestnut and beech forest with trails weaving along ridges and amongst jagged peaks.
We hike the limestone summits of the Apuane Alps and the more benign sandstone features of the Apennine range around the famous hilltop town of Barga. A week in what many of our guests have called a 'true haven of tranquility'.
The impressive cliffs of the Verdon Gorge
The Grand Canyon of Europe, and the chance to run through lavender fields, olive groves, and poppy fields. A fabulous multi-day running journey through Haute Provence. This is what a trail running holiday should be about!
A great week for runners exploring the stunning landscape known as the 'Grand Canyon of Europe', an immense gorge carved over the millennium by the Verdon River and the second largest canyon in the world. On this trail running holiday we journey from the foothills of Haute Provence, in France, through the Verdon National Park taking in scenery that is truly stunning. If you love sunshine, and lavender fields, then this is the trip for you.
At the end of each day cosy and characterful accommodation awaits you in quaint and historic mountain villages. Food is plentiful, and typical of Haute Provence. Then, of course, there are the local wines to be sampled and savoured. For those who prefer a more leisurely pace we also have our hiking trip along the Verdon Gorge. You can find the details here.
Alpine mountains as far as the eye can see
The best of the best! One of the most famous long distance walks in the world done in a week of 'highlights'. Three countries, three cultures, and glorious mountain views, including the highest in Western Europe, the mighty Mont Blanc. Sample alpine culture, folklore, wildlife, food and fill your lungs with fresh mountain air as you walk these ancient trails over high mountain passes taking you from France, to Italy and then Switzerland.
We meet in Chamonix, in France, the mountaineering capital of the world, and begin a journey of discovery which takes in the history, culture, folklore and wildlife of the mountains. From remote farms and refuges to ancient Roman towns and beautiful lakeside mountain villages, it's all on the Tour du Mont Blanc.
We have been guiding this trip for many years, and know all the best options on the trails to ensure you enjoy a challenging hiking trip in a relaxed fashion. The accommodation is carefully chosen to allow you to really experience alpine hospitality. We also offer the full undiluted Tour du Mont Blanc, the entire route in all its glory. Click here for details.