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Over the years, as we’ve seen how different countries and various walking companies grade walking routes, we’ve come to realise there can be a canyon-wide gap between methods used…

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Hitler presented this face of beauty and tranquillity to his diplomatic visitors in a venue as spectacularly picturesque as the plans that were being hatched beneath its façade, were grotesque.

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The hills are alive with the sound of music. No, really, they are. A crisp, clear, haunting melody wafts down from on high to serenade us before it fades away into an early morning mist proving reluctant to relinquish its grasp on the glassy water. It is quite enchanting, maybe in more ways than one […]

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Exceptional hikes have something unique to them which makes them stand out from the crowd. That something might be big like Italy’s Monte Isola, the largest lake island in Europe…

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It’s one of the most relaxing cities we’ve wandered around, the car-free streets are soothingly calming. Being a university city, Freiburg also has a youthful personality…

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Ihringen is a wine lover’s dream of a town, nearly every arched entrance leads to a wine cellar, usually with restaurant attached. It’s a place to eat, drink and be very merry.

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When we put together walking routes, there are certain ingredients which make a trail memorable. These include scenery with the impact of an uppercut, curios along the way (the odder the better) and, vitally important, a homely hostel…

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