Archive for March, 2023


Winter Wonders of the Peer Gynt Trail in Norway

Posted: March 31, 2023

77 km of a pristine snowy trail WalkingWomen has been going to the Dalseter Hotel in Espedalen, Norway for years and it was the first WalkingWomen holiday Ginny did that captured her imagination to start thinking about running a holiday company for women! It is a very special place run by Grethe and her family. […]

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Train Travel - looking out

Training it across Europe – a story from Teresa

Posted: March 17, 2023

With climate change at the forefront of so many of our minds, we at WalkingWomen want to offer holidays that are accessible by train. We will help plan your train routes, and we ourselves are testing out as many as possible and have done several recently… Travel from London to Switzerland can be achieved in […]

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Incredible India – how did this holiday happen?

Posted: March 10, 2023

Walk, connect, revive …. Last Spring, Sara and I joined Sussex Songbirds to walk with the group. I found myself walking beside a woman who had been on several WalkingWomen holidays and, like so many others, was keen to continue her support as we build and develop WalkingWomen. As we walked, she talked of her […]

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Kenya Safari

A Kenya Safari – Photography and Wildlife with Alison Mees

Posted: March 9, 2023

A personal account by one of the guests, Sarah Newton ARPS, who joined the first WalkingWomen Safari in partnership with Alison Mees  and here are some of her photos … There’s a first time for everything, and Kenya with wildlife photographer Alison Mees did not disappoint! In fact, the trip exceeded my expectations. Slightly apprehensive, […]

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