“I remember warm and humid summers spent in woods of acacia and hornbeam, or even the hikes on mountain peaks with my parents, and the cold winters, the scent of burnt wood, the dusk on the pinewood back home. The smell and feelings of nature are a part of my everyday personal experience, away from the noise of city centre.”
Most frequent questions and answers
The walks on offer have different activity levels, from short easy trails suitable to children and beginners, to challenging hikes aimed at experienced walkers looking for vigorous exercise.
Each walk is graded EASY, INTERMEDIATE or DIFFICULT depending on its characteristics: distance, altitude gain, type of terrain and total walking time. To make sure you choose the right experience for you, check the activity description upon booking, or contact me for more information.
For any doubt about difficulty, I am available for more information and suggestions.
No, unless clearly specified in the itinerary’s description. I recommend wearing comfortable breathable clothing and layers depending on season, as well as sturdy walking shoes or boots.
Optional technical equipment such as walking sticks, headlamp etc is available if requested at time of registration. Don’t forget your water bottle and packed lunch (if indicated in the programme).
Your pets are always welcome however this needs to be requested at time of booking. I will evaluate whether a specific itinerary is safe for your pet, which need to be always on a leash.
The available payment methods will be indicated at the time of registration It is usually possible to pay cash or card on the day of the event, before leaving for the walk.
The collection of gift vouchers can be communicated via email at time of registration.