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We love the outdoors and the group has hiked and explored many National Parks and Areas of Outstanding National Beauty. Meeting in London, Hiking and walking mainly in the Southeast and home counties including London, Hertfordshire Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey, and Sussex. We have organised many weekend hiking adventures to Snowdonia, The Lake District, The Peak District, Scotland, Yorkshire and hiked the far-flung corners of the UK. We have an increasing range of adventure holidays, hiking, trekking and exploring, Europe and beyond.

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Our outdoor adventure activities include Hiking, Adventure holidays, Weekends away, Walking, Kayaking, Canoeing, Socials, and Camping

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KYRGYZSTAN - Ak-Suu Lake, Horseback Riding and Hot Springs

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In the very heart of the Silk Road, Kyrgyzstan shines as an astounding and wild place. Dominated by the Tien Shan mountains, it is a country where nomadic peoples still graze their livestock in secluded valleys. Shaped by glaciers, wind, and snaking rivers, you can surround yourself by 7000 meter peaks and high desert skies. We’ll ride alongside horsemen and hear their tales of bravery and hardship in this unforgiving land. Hike along ancient paths over mountain passes in the footsteps of early caravans of traders and explorers. Bathe in hot springs. Watch the milky way rise in perfectly dark skies while exploring the shores of crystalline alpine lakes. Drink endless cups of warming chai in a yurt. While still quite wild and unexplored, the hospitality of the local people and nomads makes for an unforgettable adventure. This trip is a must for seasoned hikers and travelers, seeking out the ultimate adventure.

GRADE: This trip is graded moderate to challenging and is suitable for fit hikers capable of carrying kit and enduring high-elevation conditions. The nights can be cold and the high mountain weather can change very quickly. The accommodation and facilities are basic. As with all trips to the mountains local conditions or weather can affect the itinerary. In this case we will make alternative plans.

August bank holiday, Hiking in Peak District Park

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On this getaway we will be in based in the White Peak area of the Peak District, with deep limestone valleys, meandering bubbling rivers and brooks, lush green meadows and rolling hills this is the ideal hiking destination.

We will be staying at Hartington hall YHA with its cosy Log fires, oak panelling and even its own beer, all of this makes this 17th-century manor house perfect for weekend breaks in Derbyshire. This hostel is in a lovely, unspoilt area of the Peak District National Park, just right for walking.

The Kings Trail - Hiking Swedish Lapland

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In the far North of Sweden lies one of Europe's most wild and remote Treks, 'Kungsleden' or Kings Trail, situated 200 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle deep in Swedish Lapland.

Starting at the Abisko Mountain Station this unspoiled diverse and dramatic trek in this arctic wilderness takes us through a land of flower carpeted birch forest, snow-capped mountain fells, high rocky passes, lakes, and spectacular glacial valleys where the indigenous Sami people tend their herds of reindeer.

We traverse through ever-changing landscapes, to the commanding viewpoint at the Tjäktja Pass (1100m) and the impressive waterfalls of the Tj'ktajakka Val then hike to the Kebnekaise Mountain Station in Laddjuvaggi Val where we climb a nearby mountain with a spectacular panorama over the surrounding countryside, before trekking out to Nikkaloukta and our bus to Kiruna.

GRADE: this trip is graded hard, it is self-supported you will be carrying everything in the kit list including tent, food seeping bag and cooking equipment.

Imperial cities of The Great Silk Road, and the Nuratau Mountains

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This kaleidoscopic tour takes us to Uzbekistan, deep in the heart of Central Asia we visit the imperial cities of Samarkand and Bukhara and hike the pretty traditional villages of the Nuratau Mountains, this is a cultural, hiking adventure like no other.

No city is more synonymous with the Silk Road then the imperial city of Samarkand once a thriving trading post where merchants travelled from far and wide to trade their wares. The city mosques and mausoleums, glint with gleaming gold, emerald and turquoise, here we have two days to explore the magic and rich history of this unrivalled Silk Road City.

Departing Samarkand we drive into the Nuratau mountains once a refuge for Nomadic tribes escaping the endless Sands of the Kyzylkum desert for fresh mountain air, before settling to cultivate the hillsides with herbs, walnuts pistachios and mulberries.
Now a mountain hideaway of clear starry nights birdsong and fragrant flowers and home to endangered species like Severtsov wild sheep. We explore the valleys and experience traditional rural Uzbek life, weaving carpets, bread making and agriculture.
We hike to traditional villages that hug the hillsides visiting castle ruins, petroglyphs, springs and waterfalls before driving back to the central lowlands.

Our drive takes us to Central Asia’s holiest city, Bukhara with buildings spanning a thousand years of history, the centre is an architectural preserve, full of madrassas and minarets, caravanserais a royal fortress and the remnants of a once-vast bazaar which once housed more than 100 madrassas and 300 mosques. After exploring this fascinating city we take the evening train to Samarkand for our last evening in this spectacular country finishing with a traditional Uzbek feast in one of the many eateries, before turning in for the night and our flight home

GRADE: Beginner, staying in guesthouses and village houses with day hiking from village to village.

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