No. None of our trips involve any technical climbs so no climbing equipment is required. Walking poles may be useful on some routes but for all we would recommend comfortable clothes and walking boots. You can see our suggested packing list for a hiking trip here.
For cycling trips, you can choose to bring your own bike or rent one from us. All of our rental bikes are provided with locks and puncture repair kits.
This depends on the specific tour, although a basic fitness level is required for all tours as you will be walking or cycling for a minimum of 3-4 hours each day. Our tours are graded from easy to challenging, so this should give you an idea of the fitness level needed for each tour. Remember that luggage transportation is included where necessary, so even on tough ascents you only have the weight of your day pack to carry. Also, all our tours are self-guided, which means that you can walk at a pace that suits yourself. Many tours also have the option to take shorter walking options or to shorten routes by using public transport. Please check the ‘itinerary’ tab on the tour pages to see distances and any possible options for shortening the routes.
Please also feel free to contact us if you have any doubts or would like further information about specific tours.
Yes, it is a condition of booking with us that you arrange adequate travel insurance to cover you for any eventuality during your trip, for example medical expenses or loss of personal items. It is your responsibility to make sure that your insurance provider covers you for any activities you will be taking part in on your trip.
Your booking is covered by the Danish Travel Guarantee Fund, which ensures that you will get your money back in the event of our bankruptcy.