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Ten self-guided adventure holidays for fall

Fall is a great time to be travelling in Canada and Europe. Temperatures are pleasant, the crowds have gone home, autumn colours are showing and there is a bounty of fresh produce to be had.

And what better way to discover a region at your own pace on one of our self-guided holidays.


Self-guided hiking in Quebec - Charlevoix

The Traversée de Charlevoix is one of Canada's best long-distance hiking trails outside of the Rockies. We take the issue of planning out of your hands by transferring your luggage from hut to hut so you only need to carry a day pack. This leaves you to enjoy the pristine Quebec wilderness of this UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, carrying only a day pack.


Ontario - Rideau Canal by house boat

Ontario's Rideau Canal is the oldest continuously-operated canal system in Canada and indeed North America and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Boating along it, great for both novices and experts alike, you will find charming villages and beautiful nature. A great way to unwind!


Bike and Boat - Moselle, Germany's wine country

The picturesque Moselle valley is at the heart of a famous wine-producing area in Germany. The region is home to the country's oldest town and a rick Roman and medieval history. An abundance of castles stand guard over pretty towns in a valley that offers relaxed cycling and an array of activities, historical sites and cul