Western Europe

Whether its rock climbing in Spain or skiing in France, practicing via ferrata in Belgium or scrambling in Wales, you will find the perfect adventure to enjoy the breathtaking wilderness areas of the Alps, Pyrenees, Cairngorms, and more. Explore-share.com helps you book your next guided adventure in Western Europe.





Scotland is the northernmost country of the four nations that make up the United Kingdom. It is a territory with mountainous geography, especially in the so-called “Highlands” where you will find the famous Ben Nevis, the highest peak on the island, with an altitude of 1344 meters. Enjoy outdoor activities, such as rock climbing, hiking or mountaineering, surrounded by the stunning seaside and revel at the beautiful Scottish landscapes.





Germany is a great country for outdoor lovers who can participate in climbing, mountaineering and mountain biking adventures in the warmer months and a variety of winter sports when it gets colder. Head to the top of the Zugspitze, the highest peak in the country at an altitude of 2962 meters, or go for a traditional rock climbing adventure in Pfalz, a stunning historical region. Check out our selection of guided trips in Germany and start planning your adventure!





Although Belgium has a wide variety of picturesque cities to visit, such as Bruges or Brussels, it also boasts a stunning wilderness area for those travelling through Western Europe in search of unforgettable outdoor adventures. Practice rock climbing and via ferrata in Dinant, on the banks of the Meuse River and surrounded by steep cliffs. Another great option is Namur, in the region of Wallonia, where you can enjoy high-altitude activities and also go mountain biking!





Wales boasts exuberant nature and is the perfect spot to enjoy historical and cultural walks around its castles as well as adventure sports. Enjoy a day at the beach and either go swimming or rock climbing. Head to the Snowdonia National Park and go on a hiking or mountaineering adventure in a beautiful place with forests, rivers, lakes, and mountains, which can be climbed without too many technical difficulties.





Austria is the “Land of Mountains”, as its anthem states. On the German border, the imposing Zugspitze offers incredible freeride skiing options for winter sports lovers. The alpine road of the Großglockner, at the foot of the mountain, is the most beautiful panoramic road in Europe. It has 36 curves at an altitude of 2,571 meters and ends at the longest glacier in the Eastern Alps: the Pasterze. For the more sporty, a large climbing center with multiple rock climbing walls and hiking trails for all levels awaits in the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park.



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