Walking

They say travel broadens the mind. But some journeys do much more. Walking is about pleasure as much as about destination. When we walk, just like with any kind of exercise, our brains release chemicals that make us feel good. This means walking can help us cope with depression, stress and anxiety. Walking helps improve your mood and boosts self-esteem.

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SCOTLAND:
MUNRO BAGGING

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3 RIDGE CHALLENGE

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3 PEAKS CHALLENGE

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WALES: 5 DAYS

One of the best way to get to know a place is by hiking. Scotland is lucky to have all of the essential ingredients which make it a world-class hiking destination. Blessed with a dramatic landscape few countries can equal, it boasts an extensive network of way marker trails and routes to suit hikers of all abilities. 

A more scrambly take on the  National 3 Peaks Challenge, taking in 3 Ridges in Scotland, England and Wales.  The total walking distance is 25 miles (40km) and the total ascent is 2988 metres.

The National Three Peaks Challenge involves climbing the three highest peaks of Scotland, England and Wales. The total walking distance is 23 miles (37km) and the total ascent is 3064 metres.

If your idea of a perfect vacation includes being exposed to new experiences taking a leap of faith then this trip is for you, this will be an action packed week away tailored to the group and weather.  

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BESPOKE

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