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Welcome to the Active Travel Adventures podcast where you'll find inspiration to lead a bigger life through adventure travel.

On each show we explore exciting multi-day active vacations from around the world where you have to MOVE!  You'll have to hike, bike, paddle, horseback ride (sometimes in combination) to propel yourself to the next destination.

If you're tired of typical vacations and are looking for a more authentic experience by exploring the landscapes and meeting the locals on your vacation, then this is your podcast!

All adventures will be doable for someone reasonably fit (I'm a 58 year old woman and I have to be able to do them).

Be sure to visit to see photos and get more details, plus you can download the FREE Travel Planners for each destination!  These handy summaries summarize the tips and provide all sorts of helpful links to help you plan your trip.  You get them automatically if you subscribe to the newsletter.

May 19, 2022

Hike some of New Zealand's epic trails including the famous Tongarino Crossing and Rainbow Mountain, kayak or snorkel the Poor Knight Islands, tube through an underground cave to see millions of glow worms, sandboard down 100’ dunes, experience Mauri culture, active volcanoes and much more!

Learn all about this...

May 5, 2022

Hiking Norway is not only an affordable way to experience this stunning country, but it also allows you to get up close and personal with its famous fjords, waterfalls, mountains and valleys.

On today's show, we spend nine days in Norway, trekking in Jotunheimen National Park, its most popular national park and...

Apr 21, 2022

Have you ever wanted to do the El Camino?  Learn all about the very first "Way", the Camino Primitivo from Oviedo to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.

Arguably the prettiest (and maybe the hardest) route to the Cathedral de Santiago.  It's also one of the least trafficked (maybe since most people haven't ehard of it?).

Apr 7, 2022

The Arctic Circle Trail in Greenland is considered one of the premier long distance trails in the world.

On today's show, we hike the vast, remote and expansive landscape to Sisinuit.  You'll rest by stunning glacial lakes, as you trek among the hummocks.

This backpacking adventure is one that a fit person can do if...

Mar 17, 2022

Instead of walking, why not BIKE the Camino de Santiago? 

On today’s show, our guest Niall describes cycling the Portuguese Way to Santiago de Compostela from Porto, Portugal.  

The Portuguese route is arguably the best biking path to Santiago.  We’ll discuss what you’ll see, what types of people you’ll meet,...