The Dolomites are situated in North Eastern Italy and hold some of the most fantastic scenery in the world.
With lush alpine meadows, deciduous and evergreen woods, panoramic views, high altitude mountain ranges, beautiful alpine lakes with towering jagged peaks above… the Dolomites is the most magnificent place for an adventure holiday?
The Dolomite Mountains have an infinite number of paths, trails, and via ferratas winding their way through these incredible landscapes, and with breathtaking vistas from every angle it’s hard not to fall in love with the majestic Dolomites.
Snowshoeing is a fantastically simple way to discover a winter wonderland in the hidden valleys of Slovenia.
Walking through snow with the aid of snowshoes is an ideal way to travel through the winter landscape without needing the technical skills of a skier, and getting to places well off the tourist trails.
The Triglav National Park is the only national park in Slovenia. The park was named after Triglav, the highest mountain in the heart of the park, which is also the highest summit in Slovenia (2864 m high).
Coast to Coast on a bike is not only a great challenge but also a fantastic way to see the countryside. There are many ways different ways you can span one coast to the other, but by far the most popular route is from Whitehaven on the West Coast to Sunderland in the East. The route is 140miles long (230k), and is suitable for a whole range of cyclists.
Tradition dictates that you start the ride by dipping your back wheel in the Irish Sea and only ends when your front wheel gets a dip in the North Sea at the finish. It is typically completed in 3–5 days, but can be done over a longer period or even shorter.
We are able to plan your route, arrange accommodation for each night, arrange transportation to and from your start and end points, provide a guide if necessary and even show you where to stop for lunch! For further information please enquire…
The Welsh 3000s Challenge involves reaching the peaks of each of the fifteen mountains in Wales which are over 3000 feet high. It is usually completed in under 24 hours but can be done over a longer period of time.
The Welsh 3000s takes in 26 miles of mountain walking, and around 3000 metres of ascent. The beauty of completing the Welsh 3000’s is that the three mountain ranges are so close together there is no need for any transport between them, you simply cross the road and start again!
The scenery is breathtaking, with views across Snowdonia, along to the Lleyn Peninsula, Anglesey and even over to Ireland on a clear day. We can arrange your challenge from start to finish, provide a mountain leader to navigate, accommodation if required, food and hydration and support stations to store additional clothing, equipment, food and drink. This is a tough challenge for fit and experienced walkers, the route is difficult with some uneven terrain and scrambling in parts, but the rewards are immense. Please contact us for further information…