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MATURE TRAVEL WALKING HOLIDAYS DESTINATIONS 8


NORWEGIAN FJORDS These much-photographed fjords are spectacular, but you don’t have to be on a cruise


ship to explore them, with hundreds of hiking trails spread across the country’s green-carpeted landscapes. For some of the best walking spots, Inghams suggests heading to Ulvik, a village of traditional wooden houses set in a bay on Hardangerfjord. Here visitors can sample fresh


produce on local farms, explore meadows filled with wild flowers and swim in crystal-clear waters, where reflections of snow-capped mountains bounce off the glassy surface. Several of the walks are accessible straight from the village, while public transport can take guests farther afield to explore the surrounding hills and waters. Book it: A week at the four-star Brakanes Hotel in Ulvik with Inghams costs from £1,189 based on two sharing half-board and including flights and airport transfers in June. agents.inghams.co.uk


Best of the rest


CANARY ISLANDS The Canaries are a walkers’ dream, and La Palma is particularly enchanting. For those wanting to discover its highlights on foot, suggest Explore’s eight-day Volcanoes and Cloud Forest trip, which takes in the island’s black-sand beaches, dramatic volcanic scenery and subtropical cloud forest, with cultural sights along the way.


LAKE DISTRICT For keen walkers wanting to stretch the legs without jetting off on an aircraft, the Lake District has it covered. HF Holidays offers several tours here, including its Northern Lake District Guided Walking tour around Derwent Water – also available as a solos tour.


ARNHEM


Clients into their history? Recommend Leger Holidays’ Walking Arnhem, which takes travellers back in time with five days of battlefields walks around this quaint Dutch town and its surrounding areas.


50travelweekly.co.uk21 March 2019


PICTURE: PETER BACKHOUSE; MARK TIPPLE; ROBIN STRAND; SHUTTERSTOCK; FRANS LEMMENS


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