Tour character & demands
During our trekking tours you will climb between 1,500 and 2,500 metres above sea level in the midst of the most beautiful mountain ranges in Europe. The trails can be stony and exposed in places. Eurohike's highest level of difficulty requires particularly good stamina, fitness and a head for heights. The daily walking time is about seven hours. In addition, appropriate equipment and trekking gear is required for this level of difficulty, as personal luggage must be transported independently on some daily stages where the overnight stays are in huts. Wherever possible, our personal support team on-site will ensure a smooth transfer of luggage.
- Read more about hiking in the alpine region here.
Who are trekking tours for?
Our trekking tours offer the perfect active experience for:
- advanced hikers
- hikers with endurance and particularly good physical condition
- hikers with mountain experience
- Hikers with surefootedness and a head for heights
- Hikers with good equipment
Note: Of course, there are also some flat sections on our trekking tours. Ideal for taking a deep breath and experiencing the soothing time out in nature.
Trekking tours across Europe at a glance
Whether on the Dachstein High Altitude Circular Path, on the Tyrolean Trail - Trans Tyrol, trekking in Switzerland or in Bulgaria – our trekking tours from Eurohike make every demanding hiker's heart beat faster and make experienced hikers want to travel.
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