Below you will find our range of guided and self-guided walking and trekking holidays and you can also find a season calendar here. Our catered holidays are pretty much 'all inclusive' from the moment you arrive until the time you leave, with just one evening meal generally not included.
Walking & trekking holidays, French Alps
Over the years we have developed a selection of holidays in the French Alps to suit all tastes. There are two options with our guided chalet based holidays. Our 3 Peaks graded holidays are aimed at fit, regular hill walkers who really want a challenge. Our 2 Peaks graded holidays focus more on the mountain wildlife and environment. For those looking for more independence there are our self-guided holidays. The more adventurous may prefer our hybrid treks which offer a "big mountain" experience, all the while retaining some of the comfort, as three nights are spent in mountain huts and four in our splendid chalet.
Walking holidays, French Pyrenees
Our Autumn walking holidays in the French Pyrenees are in the mountains, yet close to the Mediterranean, offering a wide range of walks in varying terrain, from coastal to high mountain. Our base is a lovely converted fruit farm, set in the village of Montferrer in the foothills of the often snow-capped Mount Canigou. We have alternate 2 and 3 Peaks graded weeks during the Autumn.
Walking & Trekking holidays, Austrian Tyrol
On our Tyrolian holidays, you have the choice of either our guest house based walking holidays, or our multi-day trekking holidays, which involves a four day hut-to-hut trek, plus two day walks from the guest house in the valley. Both of these holidays are set in the breathtaking Wilder Kaiser mountain range of the Southern Tyrol, which is also known as the Austrian Alps.
Trekking holidays, High Atlas Mountains, Morocco
Our trekking holidays in the Zat Valley of Morocco proved an instant success with new and past guests alike. Join us in the Spring or Autumn to explore the little known Zat Valley and enjoy the hospitality of the local Berber population. These holidays start and end in Marrakech and the trek takes six days, with simple gite accommodation and mule support along the way.