Castilla y León may not be favored with a beautiful coastline, but since it is the largest region in Spain it is also full of interest for hiking enthusiasts.
Covering the Spanish part of the Duero basin, Castilla y León enjoys a surprising 94,226 km² full of trails and routes to discover.
Therefore, from Walkaholic we recommend 6 spectacular hiking trails in this region and invite you to discover them for yourself. Continue reading 6 hiking trails to enjoy nature in Castilla y León
One of the main advantages of hiking is that, although it can be done alone, if you practice it in a group it is more fun and safe.
Group hiking helps strengthen family ties, friendship and allows you to expand your circle of friends who love hiking. There is no better way to make friends than facing paths and adventures together.
Being a non-competitive sport, as a rule all walkers help each other. This is reinforced when we face a particularly complicated path, and in fact it is recommended that you never do these routes alone. Continue reading GUIDE: How to prepare and organize a group-hiking route?
Each season of the year, Murcia is a true paradise for hikers. The Mediterranean climate of this area, together with its more than 11,300 square kilometers of a combination of coastline with valleys and mountains make it perfect for this activity.
Murcia has many routes and trails to explore, so from Walkaholic we suggest some of the most relevant, where you certainly will have a great time. Continue reading Hiking routes in Murcia that you should know
Walking is a natural act for human beings, something that we learn since we are babies and serves us as a mean of locomotion throughout our lives. But it has other advantages, because it is in itself a very complete aerobic exercise, which mobilizes our body and strengthens our vital systems.
Now, because modern life imposes a very fast pace, we tend to use other means of transportations to move at full speed from one place to another. We hardly walk anymore. Continue reading How to start and improve in hiking?
The 10,603.57 square kilometers of the Principality of Asturias stand out in all its extension for its beautiful natural landscapes and the history that awaits for the hiking lovers.
Located to the North of the Iberian Peninsula and bathed by the Bay of Biscay, Asturias is geologically the most mountainous region of Spain, which is always good news for us walkers. And there are always pleasant temperatures that allow us to escape from the intense summer heat.
So from Walkaholic we present you 6 hiking routes that you should visit in Asturias, convinced that you will enjoy them in full. Continue reading The beautiful hiking trails in Asturias that you should know