Apart from the heap of offerings in the Austrian Alps nearby, the unique trail floats high above a deep alpine gorge.
The ideal mix of wine and walking, the route (done on foot or by bike) meanders its way North-South in France’s charming wine region of Alsace. The perfect balance of gently rolling hills and zillions of vineyards.
The hugely popular site is a Scandinavian favorite.The two hour hike is a breeze compared to the dizzying 2,000 foot (604 M) drop from the plateau at the top.
Snowy peaks and bright green meadows, the Bernese Overland is filled with everything from day hikes to multi-week adventures.
Running nearly the length of northern Spain, this trail winds its way through villages and rolling Spanish countryside. A passage dating back centuries, numerous guest houses and roadside wine stands are en route.