Guided GR20The GR20 is arguably the toughest walking route in Europe and is often described as one of the most exhilarating long distance walks in the world. Although our trips provide a degree of comfort not normally found on the GR20 (which is a real bonus), it is still a tough walk which requires fitness, stamina and a head for heights.
Undertaking the GR20 in a group with a guide is a great way to walk the GR20. If you plan to come on holiday on your own, or don't feel confident in navigation, then this is a wonderful option. It is also great for those who want to learn more about the local fauna and flora, the way of life in the mountains for the shepherds and how they make the local cheese. Not only do the guides provide you with a degree of safety, they will also enrich your experience of the GR20 and Corsica.
The whole GR20 backwards! Sounds strange but it's worth doing. Even though my all time favourite is the GR20 (comfort version), what I like about this GR is when you meet other hikers who are just as fascinated as you about the whole island.