Walks in Europe

Agios Nickolias

Whenever I go on holiday in Europe I always try to take in a walk or two, even if it is just a city walk. However, if I can persuade my wife to go further from city into countryside - even at the expense of a shopping trip in the city I will certainly do so! Apart from the cities I do take some European holidays with walks in the mountains and countryside being part of the plan. Thus you will find walks of all variety here, some easy city walks for all the family to enjoy and some much harder including some tough mountain climbs.

The Walks Description
Eleftherna (Crete) The walk begins and finishes in the village of Eleftherna and goes through a lush valley of olive, orange, cypress and pine trees
Bellagio (Italy) Enjoy a lovely walk around the suburbs of this beautiful Lake Como town.
Il Rogolone and Bosco Impero (Italy) Walk in enchanting woodland to a famous oak tree and then to Bosco Impero
Galdhøpiggen (Norway) A breathtaking high altitude walk to Galdhøpiggen, Scandinavia's Highest Mountain. Kindly provided by Mark Dunn.
Xiloskala, Linoseli Col and Gingilos, White Mountains (Crete) Gingilos is an awesome mountain that stands at over 2000 metres high in the fabled White Mountains of Crete
Rifugio Menaggio (Italy) A classic mountain trail from Breglia to the famous Rifugio.
Puig de Massanella from Cuber Resevoir (Mallorca) A magnificent walk in the spectacular mountains of the largest Balearic island penned by Mark Dunn.
Mulhacen, Sierra Nevada National Park (Spain) A walk to the third highest mountain in continent Europe. Report courtesy of Adam Woods.
Monte Grona (Italy) Stunning breathtaking views can be found on the high ridges of this walk.
Naggio, Val Sanagra, Sas Curbee and Menaggio (Italy) Walk through a spectacular valley. The best walk of my wifes life. Her words!
Tour du Mont Blanc (France, Italy & Switzerland) Neal Lever's report of his two week trip walking in the foothills of Mont Blanc.
The Walks Description
Eleftherna (Crete) The walk begins and finishes in the village of Eleftherna and goes through a lush valley of olive, orange, cypress and pine trees
Bellagio (Italy) Enjoy a lovely walk around the suburbs of this beautiful Lake Como town.
Il Rogolone and Bosco Impero (Italy) Walk in enchanting woodland to a famous oak tree and then to Bosco Impero
Galdhøpiggen (Norway) A breathtaking high altitude walk to Galdhøpiggen, Scandinavia's Highest Mountain. Kindly provided by Mark Dunn.
Xiloskala, Linoseli Col and Gingilos, White Mountains (Crete) Gingilos is an awesome mountain that stands at over 2000 metres high in the fabled White Mountains of Crete
Rifugio Menaggio (Italy) A classic mountain trail from Breglia to the famous Rifugio.
Puig de Massanella from Cuber Resevoir (Mallorca) A magnificent walk in the spectacular mountains of the largest Balearic island penned by Mark Dunn.
Mulhacen, Sierra Nevada National Park (Spain) A walk to the third highest mountain in continent Europe. Report courtesy of Adam Woods.
Monte Grona (Italy) Stunning breathtaking views can be found on the high ridges of this walk.
Naggio, Val Sanagra, Sas Curbee and Menaggio (Italy) Walk through a spectacular valley. The best walk of my wifes life. Her words!
Tour du Mont Blanc (France, Italy & Switzerland) Neal Lever's report of his two week trip walking in the foothills of Mont Blanc.
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