When we think of travelling, we often only think about going somewhere with gorgeous weather so that we can spend our time relaxing on the beach. It doesn’t always have to be like that, though. If you want to be a bit more active, there are plenty of different ways to enjoy your time travelling. In fact, you might want to see how far you can push yourself by taking part in one of these epic travel adventures!

Go On An Epic Cycling Challenge

If you want to ensure you get plenty of exercise still when you are on holiday, you could always go on a cycling trip. There are lots of cycling routes that go across central Europe, but if you would rather do one closer to home, why not attempt to cycle the length of the country? You can start at John O’Groats in Scotland and end up in Land’s End in Cornwall. Do you want to know how far is it from Land’s End to John O’Groats? Well, it’s quite far, but biking it will certainly be quicker than walking. Plus, you will feel like you have really achieved something at the end!

Climb A Mountain

Lots of people see climbing a mountain as a very worthy challenge, and this may be one travel adventure that you have set your eyes on. There are a few mountains to choose from. If you want an epic adventure, then you could fly out to the likes of Everest or Kilimanjaro. If they sound way too challenging, there are still some impressive ones to climb in Britain as well. Snowdon in Wales and Scafell Pike in North Yorkshire are two examples.

Try Solo Travel

For some people, going on holiday on their own is a big enough challenge. This can take a lot of self-confidence, but it will be very worth it indeed. You will be able to do exactly what you want to do, and won’t have to compromise to please anyone else. Not only that, though, but many solo travellers find that their confidence is given a big boost when they do spend time away on their own.

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Go Trekking

Another great activity to try when you are travelling the world is trekking. This is just like hiking but on a whole other level! You will be trekking over some difficult terrain, such as over desert and through rainforest. But it goes without saying that you will see some truly spectacular sights and landscapes!

Horseback Riding

If all of the above sound a little too active for you, you could always try out horseback riding. That way, you can see some equally fantastic landscapes, but you won’t have to worry about all the physical exertion! There is no better place to try horseback riding than in the regions that were known for America’s Wild West. Once you are there, you’ll be able to experience life as a cowboy and will have plenty of chances to go out on the horses.

Which adventure will you pick?

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