In the Wild Taiga area, the landscapes of the Finnish Lakeland combine with authentic northern wilderness. In summer you can enjoy the peaceful nature, dive in refreshing lakes, and admire the big beasts on an atmospheric summer night.
Slovenia – the small green country in the middle of Europe is perfect for cyclists. Mediterranean coastal paths, relaxed tours through the wooded hills and vineyards and challenging up into the Alps, there is a route for everyone.
Explore the landscape of the Cotswolds in a new way through its vast network of cycling trails. The well-marked cycle routes and trails along designated restricted byways and bridleways make off-road cycling one of the best ways to discover the area.
Explore the spectacular welsh countryside by testing your mountain biking through the renowned valleys, flourishing natural woodlands, and remarkable mountains. From surging courses in the hills of the Brecon Beacons to the mountains of Snowdonia, we have a trail for you.
Discover Ireland's breath-taking views, charming cities and picturesque landscapes by exploring Ireland's most popular walking trails. Whether you are looking for a stroll in the city, a hike in the mountains or a walk in the park, there is a route already planned for you.
The picturesque Lake of Loch Lomond is situated in southern region of Scotland which is part of The Trossach National Park. The calming freshwater lake is the largest in Great Britain, making the landmark the perfect place for a breath-taking walk.
The New Forest has plenty of routes to be explored by cyclists. Cycling gives you a chance to cover all of what the region has to offer. From ancient woodlands to the breath-taking coastline and quaint villages, New Forest has 140 miles of exclusive cycling trails ready to be discovered.
1400 km by mountain bike from Morvan in Burgundy to the Mediterranean Sea! In 2018, the Grande Traversée du Massif Central à VTT (or GTMC) was reborn, offering mountain bikers a route almost 1,400 km in length!
Discover remarkable views, fresh-water lakes, and nature immersed in the woodlands all in the largest county of England, North Yorkshire. Stretching almost from coast to coast in the north of England, it is a true paradise for walking.