Trekking in Europe

Europe Trekking Packages

Duration Price
Zermatt Full-Day Guided Hike8 hours
INR 52,974

If you are looking for an adventure-packed getaway, Europe offers amazing trekking experiences amidst beautiful scenery and diverse natural wonders. Europe offers a range of beautiful lands, from the tall Alps in Switzerland to the rugged shores of Ireland. These tour packages include guided treks through scenic mountain paths, amazing countryside, and lovely villages. You will have the chance to visit famous routes like the Tour du Mont Blanc or the Camino de Santiago. Each route provides its own unique challenges and rewards. Along the way, you can enjoy local culture, taste tasty food, and talk with friendly locals. 

Whether you are a seasoned hiker or a first-time traveller, there are options for you to trek in Europe. These proper paths and amazing infrastructure make it a popular choice for trekking lovers from around the world. With Europe tour packages, you can leave the luggage to experienced guides and focus on enjoying the scenic views and memorable feel. So lace up your boots, pack your bags, and get ready to enjoy the best trekking in Europe through some of the most scenic landscapes.

Here are some of the best Treks in Europe:

1. Emperor’s Crown Trail, Austria:

The Emperor's Crown is a 65-km hiking trail in Tirol, Austria. It is not super high up, mostly taking you through forests and grazing land. If you are using public transport, you can start from Aschinger Kapelle, Going, or Kufstein. It is a fun hike with different scenery and places to stay overnight, good for beginners in Austria.

2. Alta Via 1, Dolomites, Italy:

The Alta Via 1, also known as Dolomiten Höhenweg 1, is a long, easy, and one of the best treks in Europe. It starts at Lago di Braies in South Tyrol and ends near Belluno. This 120-km route is split into 10 stages, usually hiked from north to south, with options for shorter routes.

3.Tour du Mont Blanc:

The Tour du Mont Blanc hike usually starts in Chamonix, France, then goes through Italy and Switzerland before returning to France. Along the way, you can stay in mountain huts or villages. The trail is challenging but mostly on easy to moderate paths. It is a good choice for beginners in mountain hiking.

4.Liechtenstein Panorama Trail:

The Liechtenstein Panorama Trail, also known as Route 66, is a 42-47 km hiking path in the Rätikon Alps in Liechtenstein. Liechtenstein is a tiny country between Austria and Switzerland. The trail follows the Rätikon ridge, offering diverse landscapes like forests, meadows, and alpine paths. It takes 3-4 days and starts in Ruggell, Planken, or Malbun. We stayed at Gafadura Hut, Hotel Turna Malbun, and Pfälzer Hut. Despite its short length, it's a memorable hike in the Alps.

5. Ortler High Mountain Trail:

The Ortler High Mountain Trail is a tough 120 km trek in Northern Italy, lasting 7 days. It goes around the Ortler Group, starting and ending at Stelvio Pass. This area has big mountains, glaciers, and cool birds like bearded vultures. Surprisingly, we saw few people on the trail. If you like being alone in nature, this trek is for you. It's hard, with long days and big climbs. You need to plan carefully, especially for Stage 4 where you might need a guide to cross a glacier. If you want to see the best bits without the glacier part, there's a shorter route that takes 3 days.

6. Karwendel High Trail, Austria:

The Karwendel High Trail in Tirol is a top hut-to-hut hike in the Austrian Alps. The mountain huts along the way, like Pfeishütte, Solsteinhaus, and Nördlinger Hütte, offer great hospitality and food. In 6 days, you cover 63 km and 7000 meters up and down. You'll see rivers, forests, peaks, and wildlife. The views are amazing, with tall limestone cliffs and distant mountains. We always consider taking friends on this trail.

7. Triglav National Park Trek:

Triglav National Park is Slovenia's biggest protected area, covering much of the Julian Alps. It is named after Slovenia's tallest mountain, Mount Triglav. Most trails in Slovenia are long and take weeks, so we made a shorter 4-day hike to see the best of the Julian Alps. You will see cool places like the Kriških podih plateau, Mount Triglav, Seven Lakes Valley, Luknja pass, and Planini pri Jezeru pasture. The trail is not long, but it's tough in spots, with scrambling and heights to deal with. 

8. Berlin High Trail, Austria:

The Berlin High Trail shows off the best of the Zillertal Alps in Tirol. It's a cool adventure with tough ups and downs, cool mountain huts, and awesome glacier and lake views. It takes 8 days to do the whole thing, but you can shorten it if you want. It is a bit tough, so it's better for experienced hikers. There are some tricky parts and tough downs, but you don't need special gear.

9. Alpstein High Trail, Switzerland:

The Alpstein is a cool rocky area in the Appenzell Alps in Switzerland. There's a U-shaped hike there that starts in Wasserauen and ends in Hoher Kasten, Brülisau. This hike shows off the best of Appenzellerland, like Lake Seealpsee, Aescher Mountain Inn, and Mount Säntis. It's good for fit hikers who like rocky paths.

10.Mount Triglav, Slovenia:

Mount Triglav, standing at 2864 meters, is super important in Slovenia and the Julian Alps. It's on their flag and helps people know where they are. You can climb it from different places like Krma Valley or Lake Bohinj, but the final part is always a tough climb. You can go on a 3-day guided tour which includes climbing Mount Triglav. If you are not into the tough climb, you can take a route that skips the summit. It is good for solo hikers, friends, or couples.

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Europe Trekking FAQs

What is the best time for a trek in Europe?

The best time for trekking in Europe is all around the year as Europe offers unique trails in each season. Usually, the spring and fall seasons are considered ideal as the weather is mild and the trails are less crowded. Avoid the extreme heat of summer and the cold of winter. Spring offers blooming flowers, while fall brings colourful foliage. Check local conditions for specific regions.

Which are the best countries in Europe for trekking?

1. Switzerland: Known for its amazing Alps, Switzerland offers various trekking chances with well-marked trails, scenic mountain views, and lovely alpine villages.

2. Austria: The Austrian Alps provide various landscapes, from lush valleys to rugged peaks. With a network of mountain huts and well-maintained trails, it is an amazing place for trekkers.

3. Italy: From the Dolomites in the north to the Amalfi Coast in the south, Italy has a varied terrain and cultural feel. Trek along coastal cliffs, through vineyards, or amidst ancient ruins.

4. France: Home to famous routes like the Tour du Mont Blanc and the GR20 in Corsica, France offers diverse landscapes. From snow-capped peaks to Mediterranean beaches, it is perfect for trekking lovers.

Which are the best treks in Europe for beginners?

1. Tour du Mont Blanc: An old trek that covers the Mont Blanc massif through France, Italy, and Switzerland. It offers scenic views and well-marked trails, ideal for beginners.

2. Camino de Santiago: This is one of the best trekking in Europe. A famous religious trip route in Spain with various starting points and lengths. It is mostly flat, well-marked, and has a range of places to stay, making it ideal for beginners.

3. West Highland Way: Scotland's most famous long-distance trail, running from Milngavie to Fort William. The route passes through various lands, including lochs, mountains, and forests, with manageable daily distances.

4. Cinque Terre Coastal Trail: Along Italy's Ligurian coast, this trail connects five beautiful villages. The terrain is relatively easy, with scenic views of the Mediterranean Sea, ideal for beginners.

What is the most beautiful mountain trek in Europe?

The Tour du Mont Blanc is known as one of the most beautiful mountains and best treks in Europe. It takes you around the Mont Blanc massif through France, Italy, and Switzerland. You will see beautiful alpine scenery, glaciers, and lovely mountain villages along the way.

Europe Trekking Reviews

Reviewed: 01 Aug 2022
My family was amused by the beauty of Mount Titlis. It was covered with snow as far as our eyes could see. Definitely one of my most favorite moments in Switzerland. We skied through the hill tops and enjoyed the serene views. All thanks to thrillophilia.
Rushab Jain
Reviewed: 13 Feb 2022
As lovers of all things adventurous, my friends and I decided to avail the full day guided hiking tour from Zermatt, and we booked our package with Thrillophilia on good discounts. Thanks to them, we could enjoy a ride on the tallest open air train in Europe, and see the stunning Matterhorn and Mont... Read More
Dhara Kocchar
Reviewed: 09 May 2022
This Zermatt Full-Day Guided Hike is highly recommended for anyone looking to enjoy the surreal splendor of the Swiss Alps in an exhilarating way. Thrillophilia's trip was the perfect fit for me because of its prices, excellent service, and positive internet reviews. I appreciate their efforts, espe... Read More
Bodhan Khatri
Reviewed: 10 Nov 2021
If you like hiking as I do, I’d definitely recommend taking this tour up. It's an entirely guided tour along Zermatt, but I’d recommend having prior experience before taking this up. The views are absolutely breathtaking!

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