Apuans & Apennines
Wed, 04 Dec 2019
Tuscany has it all – sun, beautiful scenery, history, & friendly locals. But who would have associated Tuscany with some stunning mountains at around 2000M too? The Apuans or Alpi Apuane, as they are known in Italian, are a smaller chain of mountains that form part of the larger Apennine range,...
Walking the Gateway to the Sierra Nevada
Sun, 31 Mar 2019
Ursula is one of our long-established leaders and aficionado of Spain. She is particularly interested in Andalucia and through her blog wants to push open the gate to the Sierra Nevada so that you can step over the threshold into the Moorish past of Spain and share the wonderful Adagio...
One of Europe’s best kept secrets
Thu, 08 Nov 2018
Arrived in the dark in the home of Duty Free and European tobacco as the New Boy to an empty hotel; all the Ramblers plus leader were out on the town at a live music concert in Encamp, my base for the next two weeks or so.
Picos de Europa
Mon, 15 Oct 2018
Jane Sarjeant loves to share her adventures and love of the great outdoors here is an opportunity to share her experience of walking and hiking in the rich green landscapes of the Picos in Spain through her blog.
Swiss Rail Adventure
Thu, 04 Oct 2018
I had never been to Switzerland before but it has always been on my bucket list. I’ve been working for Ramblers Walking Holidays for almost 2 years as part of the Sales and Reservations team. So when I received the opportunity to go to Switzerland with Switzerland Tourism in early October...
Wed, 19 Sep 2018
The walks were most enjoyable and were varied in that they were a mixture of coastal and inland, hilly and flat with great opportunities for views whenever we stopped.