Mountain holidays offer some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. From the snow-capped peak of Mont Blanc to the lower green pastures of the Dolomites you'll find yourself in a landscape peppered with colour and culture. From gentle walking tours to steep climbs there's a variety of activities to try in this diverse landscape.
The Matterhorn dominates this attractive town and gives Zermatt one of the most impressive locations in the world. Wooden Valaisan farmhouses, narrow streets decked with colourful flowers, the traffic-free centre and horse-drawn carriages add to Zermatt's rustic feel and charm.
The extensive lift network and clearly marked pathways around Chamonix give great access to superb walking. The Aiguille du Midi cable car and Montenvers rack railway take you up to some breathtaking views of the Mont Blanc massif and Chamonix.
Selva is a walker's dream. You can take cable cars up to the meadows that lie at the foot of the Dolomites, where paths crisscross over the spectacular countryside.
Madonna di Campiglio is framed by the distinctive jagged peaks of the Brenta Dolomites. The trails inthis scenic resort sprawl through lakes, waterfalls, and uncommon flora and fauna. With a network of walking and mountain biking routes, the resort offers adventures for walkers, bikers and hikers alike.
The trails and cycling routes in Val di Fassa stretch through seven villages and scenery featuring the Italian Dolomites - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can start a day’s walking in either Campitello or the nearby Canazei, with the freedom to explore gentle meadows and fragrant woodlands.
Kranjska Gora is in a wide, green valley close to the borders of Austria and Italy. It's a great base for walkers and has the dramatic backdrop of the Julian Alps for endless scenic views. The area has an excellent range of walks and hikes to suit all levels of fitness and ability.
Surrounded by mountains, Ruhpolding is in the foothills of the Chiemgau Alps and is an idyllic base from which to discover this beautiful area. It has 290km of marked paths to get stuck in to.
The charming village of Söll has easy access to 550km of marked footpaths ranging from gentle valley strolls to more challenging full-day hikes. Stay at the popular Hotel Tyrol and you'll also get a free guided walk to explore the area.