Solo Travel Tours
Our guided groups are just perfect for solo travellers, you get to experience the walking holiday you’ve been dreaming of with like-minded people. Our groups are made up of people from all over the world and of all ages. Just as many women as men travel solo, with backgrounds as diverse as people's ages. No-one has ever, in the history of our treks, failed to enjoy themselves because they travelled solo! Solo trekkers are often the life and soul of the group and usually make up more than half of the numbers.
Solo travel in Europe is commonplace and there’s no need to be nervous about any of our treks, each one of them is carefully guided by our local, qualified, expert guides and travelling in our groups is safe - with solo trekking becoming more popular than ever.
Trekking solo on the Haute Route or Tour du Mont Blanc, requires a great deal of expertise, but solo trekking in a small, guided group lets you skip the difficulties associated with solo treks and focus on what really matters: having the time of your life.
Fully Guided Treks for Solo Travellers
Each of our treks comes with a fully qualified UIMLA mountain guide, each with decades of experience. All our guides are local and know the mountains like the back of their hands and they are trekking solo themselves! Our guides have a wealth of personal experience, and their job is to ensure that you enjoy every aspect of your walking holiday, from enriching your journey to offering local insight. You don’t need to worry about your safety and security – you are in capable, expert hands.
You can choose to join a small solo travel group, or we can create a bespoke solo travel tour for just you with a personal guide.
Self-Guided Treks for Solo Travel Europe
We don’t recommend one person hikes from a mountain safety point of view. Trekking at altitude with substantial elevation gain and loss is technically very difficult. The weather and terrain can change rapidly so we don’t advise solo tours and don’t offer any of our multi day self-guided treks to solo travellers.
You could however choose a self-guided trekking holiday with an itinerary of day-treks made for you starting and ending each day in either Chamonix, Courmayeur or Zermatt.