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Must-see hiking regions

You think you have already hiked in every region you ever wanted to see? Then take pot luck. For the Eurohike team is constantly on the lookout for new tours off the common routes. Are you ready for regions and areas wonderfully suited for hiking?

Exhiliaration along the Dachstein-High-Altitude Circular Path

You do not always have to travel afar in order to explore new scenery! On the Dachstein-glacier a fascinating trekking holiday awaits hikers, which cannot be easily matched. We are certain you have definitely never experienced such a tour before! The combination of of high-alpine views, charming valleys and impressive hiking paths is really unsurpassable. Immerse yourself in the world of lush green meadows changing over to karst rock and finally snow-capped peaks.

Your self-guided hiking tour along the Dachstein High-Altitude Circular Path is only a click away! The Eurohike team is always on hand with help and advice for you when planning a holiday.

Leisurely Mallorca Finca-Hiking

During the Finca-Tour Mallorca, enjoyment-hikers explore the most elegant places of the so-called ‘Sun Island’ by day. Look forward to coastal walking tours, the legendary Orient-valley and the paradise-like coast of Deia! The best bit of this tour: in the evening you get to relax in chic Finca-apartments with lovely gardens and pools inviting you to an invigorating swim. Recharge your batteries in a relaxed atmosphere to give you plenty of energy for the next hiking tour.

Did you know: thanks to the mild temperatures Mallorca is a popular hiking destination all year round!

Trip of a lifetime into South Tyrol’s wine regions

Enjoy the height of the apple blossoms, vineyards in full bloom – and amidst of it all is you! Experience a nature spectacle up close during a Hiking Tour from the spa town Merano to the South Tyrolean wine route! Ornate castles and palaces along the idyllic route turn this holiday into something very special. And you won’t go thirsty either, since you can sample exquisite wines at nearly every corner. Enjoy urban flair in Bolzano before you return to pure nature at the high-altitude plateau Mölten.

Tip for the tour: have sufficient storage space for photos on your mobile phone or have a camera ready! You will come across a multitude of photo scenes.

Explore the legendary Scottish Highlands

Welcome to a world you have never encountered before! The scenery in the Western Highlands of Scotland usually guarantees to astonish tour guests. Enjoy pure beauty of nature along the „West Highland Way “ from Milngavie to Fort William. The tour leads you past glistening freshwater lakes, across idyllic nature reserves and through sleepy villages. Whiskey enthusiasts can look forward to numerous distilleries along the way. Take a break in Trossachs National Park and enjoy the spectacular view: This is hiking holiday-making at its best!

Experience the North Albanian Alps

Mountaineers look out: Have you ever embarked on a Hiking Tour in the North Albanian Alps? Idyllic mountain scenery and forests have impressed hikers from far and wide. Starting point of the tour is the 2500-year old town Shkoder. From there you take the boat across the Koman reservoir situated amidst the breathtaking Alps.

At last the hiking tour begins! Namely through two valleys of the Albanian Alps, which are particularly worth visiting. You finish in the Albanian capital Tirana where you enjoy the hospitality and flair in the cultural centre of Albania!


Splendid waymarks along trekking paradise Gosaukamm
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Dachstein High Altitude Circular Path

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Sitting at 3,000 metres above sea level, the ‘majesty’ rises above the other mountains: the Dachstein. The imposing glacier clad peak separates the Austrian provinces of Styria, Salzburg and Upper Austria and is a popular trekking area due to its magnificent beauty. The Dachstein high altitude circuit trails through secluded valleys, alpine meadows and high plateaus that, with their solitude and silence, make the heart beat a little faster.  Details about the hiking holiday in the Dachstein region Mountain hikers will not be disappointed with the Dachstein high altitude circuit. The eight-day trekking tour around the Dachstein offers a fascinating view of the Alps and the Salzkammergut. In addition, it holds true treasures: including the 2,458 metre high ‘Bishop’s Cap’, which owes its name to the characteristic shape of the double summit. Or the Soleweg, which leads along the historic salt pipeline to the Hallstatt salt mine. In the Styrian Dachstein plateau fragrant pine trees line the path to the Stoderzinken. Having arrived at the Brno hut, you will then taste a ‘Zirbenschaps’. Look forward to a demanding hike for mountain enthusiasts around this limestone region. Highlights of the Dachstein high altitude circular path at a glance: Make the most of your mornings: The early bird catches the worm! Experience the impressive dawn close up as it comes into view as the mist clears. Rocky peaks and fascinating views: Hike through several climatic regions! Climbing up the angular, reddish south faces of the Dachstein limestone in pleasant air and experience cool temperatures at the glacier region: both are possible at the Dachstein. Boat trip on Lake Hallstatt: Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hallstatt by boat. There, culture meets nature and history. Useful information about the Dachstein high altitude circuit The eight-day hiking tour around the Dachstein starts with your own journey to Ramsau. Over the next few days you will enjoy the morning atmosphere on the Gosaukamm, the far-reaching view of the border triangle, and the delicacies served in the numerous mountain huts. Each day trip offers variety, is approximately 17 kilometres long and takes roughly six hours. Please note: The demanding high-altitude hiking trail offers numerous spectacular views, but it requires sure-footedness and a good physical condition!
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Ruins of Uquhart Castle on the hiking trail
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Mountain Walking
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West Highland Way

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Experience Scotland as you have seen it in the movies, on the West Highland Way. Take in spectacular lochs, imposing mountains, scenic nature reserves and whisky distilleries paired with the contrast of rushing rivers and quaint villages. Stop and enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views that play out on the West Highland Way. Details about the hike across the West Highlands On this hiking trip you can expect unique experiences of the Scottish natural landscape. The trail passes through old counties such as Lennox and viewpoints such as Conic Hill. Whisky connoisseurs will fall in love with the fine golden malt produced at the Glengoyne Distillery. Be enchanted by the beautiful landscape of Loch Lomond, Loch Tulla and the Rannoch Moors. At the highest point of the trail, the Devil’s Staircase, you will enjoy an indescribably captivating view. Highlights on the West Highland Way Trossachs National Park: Idyllic like no other location in Scotland. In the national park, the flora and fauna can live undisturbed. Lose yourself in the middle of this stunning landscape. Ben Nevis: See Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, on your way to the charming town of Kinlochleven. Its summit towers 1,345 metres into the sky. Fort William: The path to Fort William is lined with coniferous forests and enchanting moors. On this path you will feel like you are in a fantasy world!   Useful information about the tour of the West Highlands Recover from a day’s hiking in cosy hotels during your seven-night journey. Breakfast service is included. Although the West Highland Way is well known, you will always find lonely trails on this tour. They are, so to speak, alone in the gorgeous natural landscape. However, one thing that should be noted is that the West Highland Way is specifically designed for mountain hikers, so a good fitness level and sure-footedness is a must. The day tours take between five and a half and seven and a half hours. Enjoy the day carefree without luggage – because the Eurohike team will take it to your accommodation. Book your hiking trip in Scotland now!
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Bay in Mallorca
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Mallorca Finca-Walking

7 Days | Self-guided tour
A perfect hiking holiday for two: exploring the most beautiful trails on the Mediterranean island. Faraway from the party hotspots the island has so much more to offer. In a quiet location, where one stylish Finca follows another and most of them have a pool in the garden where you can take a dip after hiking. A holiday on the sunny island can be so beautiful. Details of Finca-walking in Mallorca Mallorca exudes a very special flair that you will feel in many places, whether on the peninsula La Victòria with it’s turquoise bay Coll Baix, or the Orient Valley with its lush fruit groves or the artist’s village Deia. Let the Mediterranean beauty fill your eyes and enjoy every breath of the healthy sea air. Highlights of the hiking tour in Mallorca Coastal walks with captivating panoramas: On the Penyal d’Honor you have the best view of the beautiful landscape of Mallorca. Delicious oranges and olives: Be sure to try the delicious Metiterranean fruits from Sóller and the Orient Valley! Stay in secluded Fincas with a pool: During the hiking holiday you will stay in a comfortable, and stylish country-style Finca. Useful information about the island hike in Mallorca Every step is worthwhile during the six-day hiking trip on the paradise island of Mallorca. You start in Pollença and take a detour to Alcúdia before returning to the Cuber reservoir. The path continues through the sleepy villages of the Serra de Tramuntana and past the estate Coma Sema. Enjoy typical Mallorcan cuisine and gather strength for the next day. Because the hike continues into the Orient Valley, which is known is the ‘Orchard of the island’ for a reason. You will also pass the pilgrimage site of Castell d’Alaró. From the summit of Penyal d’Honor you have magnificent view over the entire island. The last stage of the hiking holiday is the artist’s village of Deia. Finally, you will reach Sóller via the charming post office and explore an old mill. For a hiking trip without luggage, no great hiking experience is necessary. For one of the small climbs some basic fitness is advantageous. What are you waiting for? Immerse yourself in the world of the dream island of Mallorca! Book your hiking holiday now!
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Stunning mountain views from the Knottn cinema of Mölten
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South Tyrolean Wine & Alpine Pasture Trail

7 Days | Self-guided tour
What more could you want: romantic villages, views of historic castles and palaces and a landscape bordered by flowering vines and fragrant apple trees. The icing on the cake is that you can also enjoy excellent South Tyrolean culinary specialities with fine wines. Stroll through the winding alleyways, and taste the city air on the light-flooded high plateau of Mölten. This is South Tyrol, as you always wanted to experience it. Details of the South Tyrolean wine & alpine trail Begin your hiking trip in the spa town of Merano, where beloved Austrian Empress Sisi fell in love. Before you come to the provincial capital of Bolzano and the fairytale Piazza Walther, visit Lana. The charming market town is also known as the Apple Metropolis. A cable car ride to Jenesien is also part of this tour. From a bird’s eye view you can see the castles, palaces, Lake Caldaro and the mountain massifs of the Dolomites. You’ll feel totally relaxed in Mölten at 1,100 metres. Because the feelings as you gaze upon the magnificent views of the Adige Valley are difficult to put into words. You hike up the Stone Mandln, from where you can see the alpine Rosengarten. Highlights of the South Tyrolean wine & alpine trail: Spa Merano: The spa town and the idyllic old town of Bolzano let you enjoy typical Italian flair. South Tyrolean wine route: Take time to enjoy! Because you don’t get to taste wine like this every day. Cin cin! Romantic views: The Rossengarten (a mountain group), the Adige Valley and Lake Caldaro will melt any mountaineer’s heart. Because the Italians and their landscapes have a lot of charm. Knottnkino: A unique vantage point of the Adige Valley and the Meraner Becken on your way from Mölten to Merano. Enjoy the breathtaking panorama of the mountains from your cinema seat! Useful information about the South Tyrolean wine & alpine trail All routes on this tour take place on good hiking trails. These are mostly forest roads or paved roads. The distance is between 11 and 19 kilometres daily. If you have good basic fitness, this hiking trip is guaranteed to be pleasurable. You will be rewarded with panoramic views, culinary temptations and fresh alpine air. Book a luggage-free seven-day trip in South Tyrol with Eurohike now – then you can start looking forward to it! Get all information and many more tour tips for our hiking tours in South Tyrol.
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