The Verdon Gorge in SouthEastern France is one of the most spectacular sites in Europe known for the extensive size
and beauty of its canyons. From alpine reliefs to topaz waters, hiking the Verdon gorge is a journey replete with
exquisite beauty and adventure!
2. Les Pyrénées-Orientales
The Eastern Pyrénées mountains is the perfect playground for hikers, with multiple varieties of trails for hikers
with diverse levels of experience, from beginners to professionals. The verdant valleys, craggy, serrated, snow
capped peaks, and idyllic lakes make for an ideal hike!
3. Le tour du Mont Blanc
Follow the rocky ascent to the snow capped summit of the highest peak in Europe which offers once in a lifetime
breathtaking views of the icy peaks and glaciers glistening below.
4. Les Ecrins
The Grand tour of the Ecrins, is a triplet of the three great alpine loop itineraries, but it is invariably one of
the most precarious, perilous, and certainly not undertaking for an amateur.
The Brittany coastal path comprises over 200 kilometers, tracing the coastline of the region from Mont Saint Michel
to the mouth of the Loire river at Saint-Nazaire. This hike, known as the GR34, exhibits the rugged, wild, beauty of
Brittany, its high cliffs, the bristling wind whistling off the waves of the Atlantic, and the persevering foliage
that clusters around the well trodden path.