4 Family-Friendly Hikes in Crete

For brave souls who can tear themselves away from the beach, the Greek island of Crete offers beautiful trails to get in summer shape or just to see the island off the beaten path. I’ve selected four different hikes that range from short and easy (0.5 mile) to iconic and challenging (10 miles), then sorted them by theme so you can choose the one that fits your mood. Hit the trail!

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Journey to The Last Ice Caves of The Pyrenees – PHOTOS

If you read my account of the journey to the last ice caves of the Pyrenees, you know that it was an epic family adventure that contained a big dose of adventure, many unknowns and a little-know and remote ice cave. Allow me now to share the photos of this expedition as a photo gallery. Sit back and relax, you don’t have to hike 7 hours for the tour

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Journey To the Last Ice Caves Of The Pyrenees

This was our biggest outdoors adventure of the year and as such, felt both exciting and scary. Getting here was a long journey that I prepared for over the past three months. Now at 2,650m/8,700 feet, I couldn’t believe it was finally coming to life despite all the hurdles. Here we were, standing in front of caves […]

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A Norwegian Hike with Children: Bergen’s Vidden Trail

Who doesn’t love a good Norwegian hike? Ours started in the morning with a troll, followed rugged mountain terrain, lakes and lovely mountain huts all day, and finished at dusk on top of another mountain. Granted, the weather was cold and rotten but who cares? We’re no strangers to hostile-weather hiking and my girls couldn’t […]

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Hiking with Children in Roald Dahl Countryside

Willy Wonka would surely have loved this walk for the likes of Mike Teavee whose powers of thinking rust and freeze because they don’t get out or read enough. Less than an hour away from London, you will find the idyllic Chilterns countryside that Roald Dahl loved and featured in many of his stories. I […]

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