Scotland’s West Highland Way: In the rugged world of the Highlands
The north of Scotland was once a barren land, inhabited only by shepherds and their flocks. Today, the rugged Scottish highlands have changed and present hikers with an impressive location. Kilometres of views and long-distance hiking trail will captivate every traveller.
Dive into the cool Scottish climate in midsummer, and become one with the West Highland Way!
Hiking in the Douro Valley: Culture and enjoyment in the enchanted valley
In the Alto Douro wine-growing region, with tasty wines such as port, the Douro river meanders through the picturesque slopes and unique cultural landscape of Portugal. It is no coincidence that the Douro Valley is also known as the enchanted valley. Always with the glittering blue river in sight, the trail leads through the UNESCO cultural landscape of Portugal. The wind is warm and you can explore the centuries-old history of this region on foot.
Portugal is definitely worth a trip. So why not lace up your hiking boots in midsummer and explore the enchanting country?
In the footsteps of the Via Spluga: the most beautiful path across the Swiss Alps
The Romans made their way along this trade route, and today it is one of the oldest mule trails in Europe. The Via Spluga is not only one of the most famous long-distance hiking trails in the Alps, but also leads you to the legendary gorges Viamala and Rofla. The Rhineland and the quiet mountain lakes create an idyllic contrast to the rather barren and rocky landscape of the Swiss mountains. In summer, pleasant temperatures prevail at these altitudes.
Have you got the taste to climb the Swiss Alps? Then go on this long-distance hiking trail!
These three tours are ideal for climbing the in the peaks of the midsummer mountains. It doesn’t have to be the obligatory beach holiday right?