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UK

Easy

SELF GUIDED: Including the Kinder Scout National Nature Reserve, the Pinhaw Beacon Hill and the Malham Cove, the first section of Pennine Way crosses lush countryside, moorland with small villages. The end of the walk features a climb up one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, Pen-y-ghent.

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Via Francigena

Moderate

SELF GUIDED: Beginning in the city of Siena, this section of Via Francigena visits the Castello Bibbiano in Buonconvento, the Palazzo Chigi in San Quirico d’Orcia and Torre Alfina in Acquapendente. Rolling hills and valleys offer numerous opportunities to capture the Italian countryside.

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Via Francigena

Easy

SELF GUIDED: With only five days of walking, the fourth section of Via Francigena takes you over rolling hills with stops at various villages throughout the Champagne region. At every stop, you will have the opportunity to try the local produce, and most importantly the uniquely regional drink, Champagne.

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UK

Easy

SELF GUIDED: The Cotswold Way is a 164 kilometer trail, which crosses several areas of outstanding natural beauty, with remarkable panoramic views. Most of the trail runs along the Cotswold Edge escarpment of the Cotswold Hills in England ending in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the City of Bath.

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UK

Easy

SELF GUIDED: Discover the history of Hadrian’s Wall on the final section of Pennine Way. Travelling over farmland, country roads and through dense forests, this tour features the classic English lifestyle and countryside. The tour ends in Kirk Yetholm in Scotland, after a hike alongside an undulating ridge.

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Via Francigena

Moderate

SELF GUIDED: An easier, more relaxed walk, the tenth section of the Via Francigena visits the Church of San Croce in Mortara, which contains the footprint of Christ. The walk consists mostly of walking along roadsides, over bridges, railways and numerous dirt tracks around fields, through quiet towns.

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SELF GUIDED: The Via Algarviana stretches from the Spanish border to Cape St Vincent and is a nature lovers paradise. Starting in Alcoutim on the bank of the Guadiana River, the route crosses the serene countryside of the East Algarve. This section is all about local food, local people and local culture.

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€870

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SELF GUIDED: High mountain lakes, peaceful alpine valleys and rugged limestone peaks make the Julian Alps retain their distinctive identity. This walk ascends naturistic paths and passes by beautiful turquoise lakes to complete a memorable journey through the breath-taking Julian Alps.

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€920

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SELF GUIDED: An easier, more relaxed walk, the tenth section of the Via Francigena visits the Church of San Croce in Mortara, which contains the footprint of Christ. The walk consists mostly of walking along roadsides, over bridges, railways and numerous dirt tracks around fields, through quiet towns.

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€670

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GUIDED: This walking holiday will be like no other walking holiday with unique opportunity of camping out under the stars each night and roaming through valley and mountains where nomads still travel from one oasis to the next. Enjoy freshly prepared Moroccan cuisine under the shade of a palm or almond tree.

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€610

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SELF GUIDED: As you move closer to the border of Switzerland, this sixth section of the Via Francigena highlights the architectural side of the country. Early in the tour, there is a chance to visit the Clarivaux Abbey, where Victor Hugo was influenced and inspired to write his most famous piece of literature, Les Misérables.

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€1120

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SELF GUIDED: The Rota Vicentina is a series of walking trails in the Alentejo and Vicentina Coast Natural Parks in Southwest Portugal. Combining the Fishermen’s Trail and Historical Way this trail combines both the rural charm of Portugal with the rugged coastline that has been shaped by the Atlantic Ocean.

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€870

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SELF GUIDED: The Wicklow Way stretches 126kms across the Wicklow Mountains from Marlay Park in south Dublin to the village of Clonegal in County Carlow. Traversing parkland, forest tracks, mountain trails and undulating countryside this is a delightfully varied walk that will test your endurance.

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€690

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SELF GUIDED: This first section of Wainwrights Coast to Coast walk goes from St Bee’s on the Cumbrian coast through the Lake District to the foot of the Pennines, the backbone of the country. Traditional hearty English meals and locally brewed ale will greet you at the end of each day.

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€790

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GUIDED: Walking in Tenerife allows you to get to know the rich variety of nature. The smell of pure mountain air and the incredibly beautiful aspects of the island. With qualified and trained guides you walk on forest trails, narrow paths, into deep canyons or on long ascents such as the Teide summit.

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€1130

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SELF GUIDED: Walk through a local protected area where you will encounter friendly people and have the opportunity to try traditional Portuguese food. Starting off the official Via Algarviana track in Loulé, you will then rejoin the official track in Salir. Each panoramic view is as outstanding as the last.

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€810

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