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Suitable for more regular hikers who are generally fit. Moderate grade itineraries include longer walking days and steeper accents and descents. May include longer stretches of uphill climbs and descents or a number of shorter steeper uphill and downhill sections along route. Terrain may be mixed including rocky area areas and mixed surfaces underfoot.

Moderate grade holidays include on average 6 hours of walking per day (up to 20 km of walking).

Eagle’s Eye & Canyon of Waterfalls
Moderate

A self-guided walking holiday in the Rhodope Mountains in Bulgaria. Visit the impressive Buinovo Gorge, then hike to the Eagle’s Eye viewing platform offering spectacular views of the whole Rhodopean Range. Trace the footsteps of Orpheus through the mighty Devil’s Throat cave in the Tirgrad Gorge, said to be the mythical Hall of Hades, walk to Chaira Lakes and then take in the splendour of the Canyon of Waterfalls before moving to the comfort of your spa hotel. Accommodation is in hand-picked 3 or 4 star hotels (spa facilities available on Days 5 and 6).

Rugova Gorge and White River (Luhmi Bardhi)
Easy to Moderate

This is a unique opportunity to visit one of the last hidden treasures of Europe, Kosovo. Europe’s youngest country offers spectacular mountains,friendly people and rich history. In this trip you will have the opportunity to visit the Rugova Gorge and the mountains around Liqunat Lake from where you can see Montenegro and Albania, and have short city breaks in Prizren and Peja, two historical cities in Western Kosovo. The itinerary also includes a visit to Decan Monastery one of the oldest orthodox Monasteries in Kosovo and Gjakova with its Ottoman Bazaar.

Rugova Gorge and Accursed Mountains, Kosovo
Moderate to Strenuous

The Rugova Gorge and Accursed Mountains self-guided walking holiday in Kosovo is a unique opportunity to visit one of the last hidden treasures of the European continent. Spectacular views, mountain lakes and rich history that is still being made. In this trip you will have the opportunity to visit the Rugova Gorge, Liqunat Lake and walk to Gjeravica (the highest mountain in Kosovo) where you will have magnificent views of Montenegro and Albania. The itinerary also includes short breaks in Prizren and Peja, two of the country’s oldest cities. The accommodation varies between three and four stars (including a spa hotel) alongside one night in a clean, comfortable and welcoming mountain lodge.

Girls Go Wild! Rhodope Mountains and Spa Adventure
Moderate

The “Girls Go Wild” Rhodope Mountains and Spa Adventure – moderate itinerary starts in Plovdiv (2019 European City of culture) and then into the heart of Bulgaria’s stunning Rhodope mountains and the beautiful Canyon of Waterfalls near Smolyan Lakes. The holiday continues with circular hikes from the unique village of Shiroka Laka (famous for its distinctive Rhodopean houses) and includes the village of Gela, set in one of the most beautiful parts of the Rhodope mountains. The trip is mostly centre-based and features hand-picked accommodation in 4 star hotels spa hotels on Days 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 and finishes in a mineral water spa resort in Velingrad (known as the spa capital of the Balkans).

Rugova Gorge and Red Stone Lake
Moderate

This is a unique opportunity to visit one of the last hidden treasures of Europe, Kosovo. Europe’s youngest country offers spectacular mountains, friendly people and rich history. In this trip you will have the opportunity to visit the Rugova Gorge and the mountains around Liqunat Lake from where you can see Montenegro and Albania, and have short city breaks in Prizren and Peja, two historical cities in Western Kosovo. You can also have an optional overnight either at the beginning or the end of your holiday in Prishtina, the capital of Kosovo.

Romania’s Transylvanian Alps
Moderate to Strenuous

The Transylvanian Alps self-guided walking holiday is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the totally different world that you will find in Transylvania and Romania. Your active trip starts near Balea Lake, a picturesque glacier lake at just over 2.000 m. For a spectacular view of the Fagaras you will hike to one of the highest peaks in Romania, before descending back to Balea Lake and Balea Waterfall. For a glimpse into medieval Transylvania and its towns with narrow, winding streets, you take a stroll around the stunning cities of Sibiu and Brasov. Accommodation is in hand-picked 3 or 4 star hotels (spa facilities and indoor pool available on Days 5 and 6).

Romania’s Carpathian Trails
Moderate

The Carpathian Trails (Romania) self-guided walking holiday is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the totally different world that you will find in Transylvania and Romania. Dubbed the Transylvanian Alps, the Fagaras Mountains are impressive with multiple peaks over 2.500 m. Your active trip starts near Balea Lake, a picturesque glacier lake at just over 2.000 m. For a spectacular view of the Fagaras you will hike to one of the highest peaks in Romania, before descending back to Balea Lake and Balea Waterfall.

Wild Transylvania Apuseni Trail
Moderate

In this holiday you will explore the western part of Transylvania and Romania especially one of the most spectacular National Parks out there – Apuseni National Park. The Park also known as the cavers’ paradise protects one of the most interesting cave fauna in the country.

Girls Go Wild In Transylvania
Easy to Moderate

After some healthy and invigorating hiking in the jaw droppingly beautiful Transylvanian Alps, how better to end your journey than a visit to Sibiu, where you can sample the culture and history of medieval Transylvania. Some of the towns and cities have an almost fairytale like appearance, and are the perfect environment to relax after your walks in the great outdoors. Accommodation is in hand-picked 3 or 4 star hotels (spa facilities and indoor pool available on Days 6 and 7). Appropriate for families with children. Accommodation is in hand-picked 3 or 4 star hotels (spa facilities and indoor pool available on Days 6 and 7). Appropriate for families with children.

Trails of Transylvania
Moderate

A self-guided walking holiday in the beautiful Transylvanian Alps. Your active trip starts near Balea Lake, a picturesque glacier lake at just over 2.000 m. For a spectacular view of the Fagaras you will hike to one of the highest peaks in Romania, before descending back to Balea Lake and Balea Waterfall.

Piatra Crailui National Park and Brasov
Moderate

Start off in what is considered the most beautiful city in Romania and one of the seven important medieval cities in Transylvania – Brasov. After exploring the Fortress on top of the hill, the Black Church or the Old Town Square you’ll head to the lesser known but impressive city of Zarnesti. This city lies right at the gates of the Piatra Craiului National Park and will be your exploring base camp for the next two days. Discover the magnificent views, the spectacular geological formations and the welcoming nature of this land full of legends.

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras [MODERATE]
Moderate

A self-guided walking holiday in Slovakia. The High Tatras are the highest Slovak mountain range and this trip offers some of the most scenic walks in the area. There are about 35 valleys, 110 glacial lakes called pleso, and many mountain peaks, of which 10 are above 2,600 meters high. The itinerary offers some truly breathtaking views of the Tatra peaks and ridge. Accommodation is provided in luxury 4 star hotels, two of which were built at the beginning of the 20th century and have unique architectural features.

The Albanian Alps & Accursed Mountains
Moderate

A tour for intrepid travelers who are eager to explore the Albanian Alps on their own. It combines scenic hikes for average fitness levels with the two most interesting cities in an 8-day tour. From historic Shkoder one starts with a tranquil ferry ride on the Koman Lake into the Accursed Mountains to visit two of the most remarkable valleys: Valbona and Theth – both dominated by towering mountains and traditional alpine houses.

Bohemian Paradise: the best of the Czech Republic
Moderate

The Natural Adventure company presents you with an excellent opportunity to spend your holiday discovering nature and history. Take a walk through the narrow corridors of “rock cities”, exciting rock labyrinths, and splendid view-points. Explore castles, ancient ruins, waterfalls, and stunning rock phenomena. Visit Trosky castle – the symbol of the Bohemian Paradise and one of the most breathtaking views in the Czech Republic. End in Prague with plenty of time to get to know the City of a Hundred Spires.

Polish Highlands, Tatras, and Krakow
Easy to Moderate

A self-guided holiday in the mighty Carpathian Mountains and their highest part – the Tatras. This tour runs through villages and towns located in picturesque valleys and dales, follows the Dunajec (a mountain river), and includes two National Parks and three UNESCO sites, including magnificent Krakow.

The Mountains, Lakes and National Parks of North Montenegro
Moderate

This holiday explores the mountains of North Montenegro and features two of the most beautiful untouched natural environments in Europe, including the exquisite natural wonder of Biogradska Gora, a UNESCO Biosphere reserve, one of the last three primeval rainforests in Europe and Durmitor National Park a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras in Style
Moderate

A self-guided walking holiday in Slovakia. The High Tatras are the highest Slovak mountain range and this trip offers some of the most scenic walks in the area. There are about 35 valleys, 110 glacial lakes called pleso, and many mountain peaks, of which 10 are above 2,600 meters high. The itinerary offers some truly breathtaking views of the Tatra peaks and ridge. Accommodation is provided in luxury 4 star hotels, two of which were built at the beginning of the 20th century and have unique architectural features.

Old Montenegro and Boka Kotorska Bay
Moderate

Old Montenegro and Boka Kotorska Bay self-guided walking holiday offers a truly wonderful itinerary which includes some of the best walks in Southern Montenegro, considered to be one of the most breathtaking areas in the whole of Eastern Europe. Designed for moderate and more active hikers who are interested in getting closer to the culture and dramatic nature which can only be viewed via the beautiful mountain trails, this tour is perfect for taking in the sights and sounds and also solitude of these two beautiful areas where the mountains meet the sea. Accommodation is 3 overnights at a 4*hotel in Lovcen National Park and a 4* seaside hotel for the 4 overnights in Perast.

Slovakian Alps: the High Tatras in Style
Moderate to Strenuous

The High Tatras are the highest Slovak mountain range and this trip offers some of the most scenic walks in the area. There are about 35 valleys, 110 glacial lakes called pleso, and many mountain peaks, of which 10 are above 2,600 meters high. The itinerary offers some truly breathtaking views of the Tatra peaks and ridge. Accommodation is provided in luxury 4 star hotels, two of which were built at the beginning of the 20th century and have unique architectural features. .

The trails of Istria
Moderate

Imagine walking through green countryside full of vineyards, olive trees, rivers and forests, beautiful villages, and medieval towns situated on hills. It sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? And it can easily come true! Join us on a walking adventure through lush green Istria.

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