For Immediate Release
Pure Adventures Announces Self-Guided Cycling Tours
Of England’s Lake District / Scottish Highlands
At Rates Hovering Around $1,000 per Person for 8 Days
SCOTTSDALE, AZ, April 25, 2013 – Europe’s active travel leader, Pure Adventures http://pure-adventures.com, that designs game plans for adventurous cycling vacations throughout Europe and the UK, announces new May-through-September, eight-day, self-guided cycling tours in Scotland and through England’s Lake District for just over $1,000 per person double.
Included in both itineraries are, among others, guest house and inn lodging with ensuite bathrooms, hearty breakfasts, daily luggage transfer between inns, emergency support throughout all ride days, arrival orientation, bike set up and bike (rental of hybrid bikes not included in fee), complete route book with maps, cue sheets, and suggestions for visiting, dining and sight seeing.
The rate for Scotland Cycling – Lochs, National Parks, and Distilleries is $1,220 per person. This Scottish Highlands adventure begins and ends in Glasgow. The route encompasses lochs and glens, stopping for tastings at Dewars World of Whiskey, touring medieval sites including Blair Atholl Castle, a journey on a century-old steamship and a Victorian spa town. The lore of folk hero Rob Roy comes to life in this romantic countryside. See: http://pure-adventures.com/tours/scotland-cycling.php
The rate for Lake District Cycling – England is $1,055 per person (exclusive of a seasonal supplement in July and August). The tour focus is on Lake District National Park, a mountainous region in northwest England. The trip begins and ends in Carlisle, founded by the Romans, and goes on toward the seaside, passing through the park and then later on to 17th century towns and the ruins of Hadrian’s Wall. The majority of the riding is on cycling paths, well marked and making up part of the national cycling network. See: http://pure-adventures.com/tours/cycling-tour-england.php
Self-guided tours mean guests aren’t paying for daily guide services and they can select their own restaurants according to budgets. They also enjoy maximum flexibility, traveling at their own pace. See: http://pure-adventures.com/tours/self-guided-tours.php
Self-guided tours – and surprises – are offered in 2013 in over a dozen countries including Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, and Switzerland.
About Pure Adventures
Pure Adventures (http://pure-adventures.com) emerged in 2004 from Discover France Adventures (founded in 1994 by Loren Siekman) to meet North American client requests for high-quality, self-guided cycling tours beyond just France. Pure Adventures leverages and utilizes local expertise for route development, sites to see, people to meet, where to eat, shop and experience life as a local would. Pure Adventures award-winning tours are competitively priced and meticulously planned with substantial behind-the-scene support creating a unique combination that makes a Europe adventure more easily accessible to today’s active traveler.
The company adheres to eco-friendly living and low-to-no-impact travel. Vehicles and other energy consuming resources are not used to support self-guided tours. Electronic communications, cloud storage systems and document sharing help diminish paper printing and storage. Through annual donations the company supports sustainable travel and carbon offsets. Contact them by phone: 800-960-2221 or 480-905-1235, Email: email@example.com, or visit online: http://pure-adventures.com.
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