Whilst the annual family ski trip many have been cancelled, the UK offers many fabulous snowy strolls to take your mind off being in the Alps.
Heading to the hills to go hiking is a fun thing to do, and is not skiing
My guest blogger, Clare Hislop of Haus Hislop in Inneralpbach encourages us to visit Alpbachtal, her adopted home in the Autumn.
We chose a short easy waterfalls hiking route just up the valley near Hippach to fill a couple of hours before going supermarket shopping!
With the European ski season over my guest blogger, Clare Hislop in Alpbachtal encourages us to explore her adopted home in the Spring.
There are many dangers of going ice climbing in Canada. It’s cold. It’s remote. It’s big. There are bears, Nick Bullock knows all about them.
Paula, of Pinnacle Walking Holidays, gives us her insight into Winter versus Summer in Chamonix Mont Blanc or more commonly simply known as Chamonix
I have seen suggestions that this year putting the clocks forward by about four months should do it!
For our first venture with an 8kg pack we opted for a fairly flat eight miles, 13km around Ilam. It is easy to forget how lovely the Peak District is. It is on our doorstep and we often overlook it.
We’ve booked a bed in each of five alpine huts in Austria. We plan to complete a good portion of the hut to hut Berliner Hohenweg in September this year.
It is a little remiss of us that we haven’t been to the Lake District for over 10 years! Friends were planning a week in Ambleside, so we invited ourselves along.