A Table Mountain classic. Leads up the lush eastern slopes of Table Mountain above the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Takes in all the floral zones. Indigenous Afro-montane forest along the first hour or so. A short detour leads to a small "beach" on the Back Table. Tops out at the highest point on Table Mountain (Maclear's Beacon), from where the route leads across the length of the famous tabletop summit. Involves some light scrambling with minimal exposure to heights, so suitable to those who don't have a good head for heights. 15% discount if you book directly through the Hike Table Mountain website.
A fantastic route that takes in a lot of the mountain and offers superb views with much nature. Leads up the 12 Apostles, a chain of rugged seaboard peaks extending behind the famous tabletop summit of Table Mountain. More challenging and adventurous variations available. Passes several caves as well as the historic Table Mountain reservoirs. Includes one of the most famous and photogenic viewpoints on the mountain: The Diving Board. Sea views on the ascent, with Peninsula views further up. This off-the-beaten track route is ideal for those looking for peace and quiet in a pristine mountain environment. 15% discount if you book directly through the Hike Table Mountain website.
Arguably the best half-day route to the summit, this sensational route leads up an imposing part of the Table Mountain, offering excellent city and sea views. Involves scrambling and exposure to heights (narrow ledges – nothing extreme) about 15% of the way, therefore ideal for, but not restricted to the more adventurous. You also need a decent head for heights. Dramatic topography, exciting hiking, superb views. 15% discount if you book directly through the Hike Table Mountain website.
Hike through one of Japan’s most sacred and remote, forested mountain landscapes in the Kumano Mountains. This region is home to the centuries old UNESCO listed Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trails leading to the three grand shrines of Kumano. The most challenging of the six famous pilgrimage trails is the Omine Okugakemichi, intentionally following a more difficult path over mountain ridges to embrace danger and demonstrate one’s fortitude. There is very little information available in English with no other commercial tours presently run on this trail.2020 TOUR DATESApril 1 - 9October 21 - 29To learn more about this tour please visit our Quest Adventure Tours website.
Why should travelers book this activity ? Because it is the best experience I offer ever and probably the most pure that is offered in San Sebastian. If you dont believe me, came on to collect the best mountain products, visiting artisan producers and cooking lunch in my gastronomic society. And if after completing the experience, you are not satisfied. I offer you, the option to repeat the same experience or any other experience that I offer on my website for free.
The tour begins in Charlottesville with a complimentary pickup from any of our partnered hotels or from Three Notch'd Brewing Company @ IX Art Park. For full availability, please see our website. For your first stop you will have your personal choice of:Valley Road VineyardsBlue Mountain BreweryVeritas VineyardsBrewing Tree Beer CompanyAfter one hour of enjoying the destination you selected, you’ll hop back on and ride to your choice of:Blue Mountain BreweryVeritas VineyardsBrewing Tree Beer CompanySilverback DistilleryPollak VineyardsAfter one hour of enjoying your second stop, you’ll hop back on and ride to your final choice of:Pollak VineyardsPro Re Nata Farm BreweryKing Family VineyardsStarr Hill BreweryAfter an hour at the final stop,you'll Hop On and head to your starting pick up location.
Bring your swimming suit on this 4-hour guided mountain biking tour along Barton Creek Greenbelt. It's the largest urban wilderness in the US. Enjoy this year-round, 8-10 mile trek, cycling through the Texas Hill Country along the creek. This path is intermediate skill level with some hiking with the bike over technical areas. Enjoy a single-track route with limestone walls and a few creek crossings, which are usually shallow, IF totally dry in summer, we ride the other way and swim at barton springs pool on barton creek. Springs Pool fee Mar.-Oct. $5/$9 (non-resident) not included. This is a premium tour! ***DO NOT book this tour if you haven't ever been on a mountain bike or ridden technical singletrack trails*** premium mtn. bike rental. Price includes local sales tax. No booking fee, unlike the website.
Servus, and welcome to “Active Weekends”, the starting point for your hiking tours on Transylvanian trails!I’m Marius, certified mountain guide, and I set up this website to share with you some of the most beautiful places the Carpathians have to offer. I love the mountains and the vibes and energy they charge you with! Practically, I grew up hiking. Spending my time outdoors and exploring nature has become part of my day-to-day life.Everywhere travelled I also enjoyed discovering beautiful and authentic people leaving in sparse, mountain villages, forgotten by time. Despite all the wonderful places I have seen, I must admit that the Apuseni (Western Carpathians) are the place I enjoy most every time my feet take me there. It is why I want to share their landscapes with as many people in search for an active, healthy and relaxing way of spending their time.
The Castle sits majestically in over 70 acres of wild, woodland gardens famous for collections of rhododendrons and azaleas set against the stunning backdrop of the Lakeland fells including Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain. The Hawk & Owl Centre is well worth a visit with daily displays at 2pm and watch the wild herons come in to feed at 4pm. The indoor MeadowVole Maze is an entertaining ecological attraction to entertain the young at heart. Playground, cafe, gift shops and an ancient church are all within the gardens. Regular events programme, including festivals, outdoor theatre, historical re-enactors and Halloween Week.- Please see our website for details on special events This ticket includes entry to the Castle