There is no need to go to the other end of the world or have a whole month of vacation in order to have an incredible trekking experience.

A few hours away by plane there are countries, landscapes and many different people that will blow you away! You’ll create incredible memories in the most exotic trekking experiences!

Morocco. Toubkal Massif

The route that connects the Gaundafa valley with Mesfiona runs through the hillsides of Tazarhart, the high valleys of Rhirhaya, the Tizi-n-Tachddit and Aurika as well as the Yagogur plateau. In this huge plateau you can see rock carvings on red stone slabs. To the south lies the end of our adventure.

  • Duration: 7 to 9 days
  • Season: from April to November

Morocco: Mgoun Massif

In the massif of Mgoun two very different worlds merge: one is formed by the desert roughness of the plateaus, the other is green and clings to the banks of the Tessaout and Arous rivers. From their union arise some of the most exceptional landscapes that a traveller can dream of.

  • Duration: from 6 to 7 days.
  • Season: from June to November.

Peru: Huayhuash mountain range

Located in the Peruvian Andes, the Hyayhuash mountain range remained isolated for many years due to its difficult access. Among the huge array of mountain peaks Yerupaja (6,634 m) stands out, the second highest summit in the country. Glaciers run down its valleys where we will find dozens of glacial lagoons.

  • Duration: 14 days
  • Season: from June to September

Switzerland: Circling the Matterhorn

The road that surrounds the Matterhorn, possibly the most beautiful mountain in the Alps, crosses six valleys, numerous hillsides and an infinity of mountain passes covered with flowers in the shade of slender 4000 meter peaks. The mountains that we will be able to observe in this journey are not a simple backdrop, but silent witnesses of our voyage through memorable hills and valleys, slicing the cold air of the heights.

  • Duration: 10 days.
  • Season: June to September.

Switzerland: From Interlaken to Zermatt

Out of all the trekking that can be done in Switzerland this is probably the most spectacular expedition you’ll find, it crosses the valleys of Lauterbrunnen, Kandersteg, Lötschental and Mattertal, through the Alpine Pass and the Europaweg, joining the Jungfrau summit region and the Zermatt valley.

  • Duration: 10 days
  • Season: summer to autumn

Switzerland and Italy: Monte Rosa circuit

It crosses the western area of the Trail of the Walsers, which starts in Austria and ends in Zermatt after crossing seven valleys throughout Lichtenstein, Switzerland and Italy.

  • Duration: 10 days
  • Season: Summer to autumn

Austria: Hohe Tauern

The Austrian Alps are a fantastic playground for all ages, a beautiful place to organize expeditions that can last a week or more, with total autonomy but without the need to carry heavy rucksacks, ideal for families. Comfort, intense breakfasts and the kindness of the forest rangers are some of the reasons to consider this trekking trip.

  • Duration: 10 days
  • Season: summer to autumn

Italy: Alta Vía 2

This is a magnificent and spectacular way to travel into the heart of the Aosta Valley along the extensive path that runs throughout all the southern region. Cols, villages, shelters and unfrequented tracks will leave their mark in the memory of kids and adults.

  • Duration: 15 days
  • Season: July to September

Sweden: The Kungsleden

Intense and virgin, this is the southernmost landscape of Swedish Lapland, further north lies the Arctic Circle. A place where distances are lost and the eye is not able to glimpse the end of valleys that seem to go on for ever, full of lakes modelled by prehistoric glaciers that, just barely, still endure under the eyes of Father Kebnekaise.

  • Duration: 15 days
  • Season: June to September

France-Italy-Switzerland: Tour of Mont Blanc

With seven valleys, seventy-one glaciers and never-ending snowy peaks, the Mont Blanc massif is a permanent show of rock, water, ice and light. Much more than a simple 10 day trek, the “Tour du Mont Blanc” allows you to discover the unique high mountain universe and, above all, to share the immortal dream of those pioneers who discovered it.

  • Duration: 11 days.
  • Season:: from June 15 to July 15.

Italy: Gran Paradiso

The Gran Paradiso is the only mountain that is over four thousand meters high and is Italian on all four sides (the Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn are only partly Italian), which makes it a symbol for all mountaineers in Italy. The route we propose will allow you to get very close to “Grand Paradiso” in a comfortable way, always keeping the ring of glaciers that emerges from its spectacular north hillside and the mountains that flank it.

  • Duration: 7 days.
  • Season: June to September

Suiza: La Vuelta al Cerviño

The path that surrounds the Matterhorn, possibly the most beautiful mountain in the Alps, crosses six valleys, numerous hills and countless flower-covered passes in the shadow of slender 4,000-meter peaks. The mountains that we will see on this tour are not just a backdrop, but silent witnesses of our passage through unforgettable hills and valleys, cutting through the cold air of the heights.

• Duration: 10 days.
•S eason: June to September.

France: the Vercors Crossing

The Vercors is a large calcareous plateau that rises to the south of Granoble, around a hundred kilometres away from the Alps. The landscape is characterized by imposing gorges, vertigo inducing cliffs and cathedral-like towers that give it a wild and proud appearance. The roughness of these lands, that even opposed the German invasion during the Second World War, is still present, therefore this long journey is only recommended for experienced and ambitious hikers.

  • Duration: 6 days.
  • Season: June to September.

Slovenia: Triglav Trekking

Italy, Austria and Slovenia share the Julian Alps, a group of mountains that stretch from Italy to Slovenia. Among all of them, those that arise in Slovenia are the least known for having belonged until recently to the former Yugoslavia. Today it’s possible to visit them freely, and the best way to do it is through a trekking expedition!

  • Duration: 9 days.
  • Season: June to September.

Scotland: Grampian Mountains

This great trail is one of the most emblematic Scottish hikes. It starts in the lower lands of the Central Belt and ends deep in the Highlands. We will climb the highest peak in Great Britain, the Ben Nevis (1,344 m.).

  • Duration: 7 days.
  • Epoch: spring, summer and autumn.

Spain: Sulayr GR-247

One of the longest circular Andalusian trails, about 300 kilometres of breathtaking scenery through the Sierra Nevada National Park. The sun mountain trail (Sulayr, as the Arabs called it) makes its way through one the most precious enclaves in Europe.

  • Duration: 7 days.
  • Epoch: spring, summer and autumn.

India: Valleys of Ladakh

The Ladakh is one of the most unique regions, not only in northern India, but on the entire planet. The rains are scarce and the ultraviolet rays are very strong. Trekking is wild, accessible and as beautiful as extreme is the weather.

  • Duration: 15 days
  • Epoch: July and August

Pakistan: Baltoro Glacier

The Baltoro Glacier is a long natural corridor flanked by the brightest and starriest mountains on the planet. This remote and excessive spot recreates within each one of us that miraculous feeling of being the first humans to go through it.

  • Duration: 15 to 17 days
  • Season: from June to September.

New Guinea: Bailem River trail

An incredible expedition during which we will cross villages of circular and rectangular straw huts. We will descend the Bailem valley and reach its river, discovering completely different landscapes, a place covered by unexplored jungles in which the highest mountains in Oceania stand out.

  • Duration: from 6 to 8 days
  • Season: from June to September.