It can be difficult sometimes to look for adventure destinations in Europe especially if you are a woman. But there are still a few places in this continent that can give you the adventure you seek. Here are some of our recommendations that will hopefully succeed at giving you the thrill and excitement you are looking for. Before you dive into your adventure of a lifetime, however, have some adventure activities travel insurance to cover your itch for extreme adventure, freeing you of the risks of running into unexpected things along the way.
The Scottish Highlands
Biking and hiking the Scottish highlands is very scenic. Pedal your way through castles, herds of cows, grasslands, and then bask in the romantic vibe of the entire route. You can also hike to Fort William and explore the most popular park in Scotland, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.
Midi-Pyrenees is located in one of France’s most underrated tourist destinations. Midi-Pyrenees covers the Dordogne woods all the way up to the high peaks of the Pyrenees. You can ski here to your heart’s content during winter and try kayaking in the spring.
Located in France, Provence is very popular for its biking trail set on rolling hills with a beautiful view. You can look out to the ocean as you enjoy the fresh air. However if you want a bigger adventure you can also go for rock climbing and even skydiving. Be sure to secure adventure activities travel insurance before you go for more daring adventures, just in case.
Northern Norway is very near to the Arctic Circle and it is just a couple of hundred miles from the Earth’s highest point. This of course means access to skiing in winter and kayaking in the summer. At night, the northern lights are displayed in the dark sky, the perfect way to end your day.
Croatia might be out of your radar but it is one of Europe’s best places to kayak in fresh water or near the coast. Fresh water kayaking means going through the forest making the adventure more memorable.
If you have been dying to see the Alps and ski on its slopes then Rhone-Alps is the place to go. But skiing is not the only thing you can do here. There is also rock climbing in the area and there are 8 natural parks so hiking is also a good option.
The Dolomites is located in Italy. What you can do here is hiking and trekking the world’s best ferrate route. You can behold the majesty of the Brenta mountain range while hiking the route. This can be a challenging hike so prepare accordingly.
Located in Iceland, you can be sure to be wowed by the glaciers, fjords, and scenic coastlines of Akureyi. You can try dog sleighing and ice climbing while visiting this place.
Cairngorms National Park
This national park is located in Scotland and is known for its scenic hiking trail through Wester Ross. The Caledonian Pine Forest is inside the park and also the arctic plateau wilderness giving you a lot of things to see while exploring the area.
Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. Just in the outskirts of the city, there are country villages, Baltic towns near the coast, and woodlands that can be a great place to hike around. The Lahemaa National Park is also a must-see in Tallinn.