Hampshire Hikes & Historical Sites
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Sun, 31 Jan 2016
We left Espalion soon after breakfast. Unfortunately the famous Vieux Pont (old bridge) was hidden by scaffolding:
Thu, 21 Jan 2016
I have just got back from leading D+ and C+ walks with a second leader, John Phelps, in Andorra. Despite the snow preventing access to some of the higher peaks (and making some of the lower walks quite exciting in places), we completed a full week’s walking.
Mon, 18 Jan 2016
Our holiday was almost a non-starter due to all the flight cancellations. We met up with some of the group, obvious by the Rambler labels on their suitcases, as we stood in a queue for over 4 1/2 hours to rebook our flights.
Tue, 05 Jan 2016
As the Pyrenees reach the Mediterranean, the rugged, unforgiving mountains give way to relatively gentle hills which offer magnificent views over the sea. They also offer visitors to the area the chance to get away from the beaches, deck chairs, bars and restaurants for rambles across some of the...
Mon, 04 Jan 2016
Gerry Carson recently completed Le Tour de Mont Blanc, often regarded as one of the world’s greatest walks, which allows you to trek around Europe’s highest mountain. If, like Gerry, you also like your creature comforts, our Mont Blanc Hotel Trek is for you. �