The coast, villages and countryside of the Eastern Algarve and then explore the treasures of this most westerly corner of Europe.
Known for its natural beauty and outdoor sports such as hiking and skiing. Poland is a country full of tradition and history, an equally memorable and impressive experience for both sightseeing and adventure.
The impressive Tatra Mountains rise to over 2,000m with their main ridge forming the border between Poland and Slovakia. This impressive range is divided into three main parts: the Western, the Belianske, and the High, all linked together by settlements known as ‘the road of freedom’. The High Tatra’s, known in Polish as the Tatry Wysokie, are the smallest alpine mountain range in the world but the highest and central in the Tatra’s with most peaks in the 2,000m-2500m range.
Join us and explore the excellent marked trails along Poland's Tatra Mountains, discovering unique fauna, dramatic hanging valleys, high turquoise lakes, thundering waterfalls and spectacular views.
Walking the northern facing slopes of the spectacular Tatra Mountains
Hard mountain walking every day in the Alps, the Balkans and the Pyrenees, with long ascents, descents and scrambling.
Stamina and a good head for heights are essential.
Distances will probably not exceed 12 miles, but cumulative ascents and descents will normally be between 1000 and 1500m each day.