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Self-guided walking tour in Ireland - Hiking The Western Way

In the Footsteps of Saint Patrick

In the week leading up to St. Patrick’s Day, it can be hard to find a pub that doesn’t have a shamrock or two hanging in the window. Outside of Ireland, though, there’s a good chance St. Paddy’s revellers won’t know much about the figure they’re toasting. March 17 has evolved into a celebration of...
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Tour group relaxing in a pool

The Benefits of Private & Custom Group Travel

People contemplating a vacation are often pulled in two contradictory directions, caught between the desire for downtime to rest and recharge and the allure of active, potentially new experiences. We might be a tad biased, but at Pure Adventurers we’re big believers in the benefits of private custom group travel. A tight group of family...
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5 Things Your Inner Traveler Is Trying to Tell You…LISTEN UP!

So here it is, I’m going to tell you a secret, and it’s a doozy – you ready? You have an inner traveler. That’s right, they are in there just aching to bust out. Depending on who I’m talking to this may or may not come as a surprise. In fact some people reading may...
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Finding Yourself While Traveling – Our Unprofessional Opinion

Media has made top dollar on people “finding themselves” while traveling – from movies like Little Miss Sunshine to books like Eat, Pray, Love. What these media topics subliminally say is that everyone has a need to find themselves, and getting out of your comfort zone is the best way to do this. People who...
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Take A Trip, Refer Friends, Earn $$ Towards A FREE TRIP!

Offering great value to our customers is always number one on our priority list. Our referral program has been a huge success because with each person you refer you bank $50 towards your next tour with us! The best part – there is NO LIMIT to how much you can bank. Meaning of course if...
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4 Ways To Immediately Fix Hand Pain When Cycling.

It comes with the territory that we will all experience some aches and pains from cycling, but aches and pains can become repetitive injury when not dealt with properly. There’s lots of areas to cover, but this blog will talk about the hands and how you can keep hand pain at bay. Suffer from numbness,...
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Get Paid to Travel – How to Organize and Lead Your Own Tours

Traveling for free may sound like a gimmick, but when it comes to traveling as a group with your friends or a cycling club, it’s not! For example, did you know many travel companies offer incentives for groups – often for as few as ten people? The larger the group, the better the incentives can...
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Bike Luggage Charges: Worth Keeping Your Bike At Home?

With cycling becoming more popular than ever, enthusiasts increasingly want to take their bicycles abroad for cycling holidays. As a cyclist, it’s worth knowing whether or not taking your own bicycle abroad is worth it. It can also help determine what airline to book with. At Pure Adventures we are so lucky to have bike...
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Cycling & Hiking Utah Canyon Country

Some of the best ways to bike, hike, or mountain bike in Utah Canyon Country See the rock formations of Bryce Canyon National Park, hike beneath towering red walls of Zion Canyon, and explore the slots of the Grand Staircase-Escalante. Southern Utah is filled with beautiful and unique rock formations, slot canyons, and magical hard-to-reach wilderness corners....
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Three New Tours for 2016: Tuscany, Rioja, Dordogne oh my!

SCOTTSDALE, AZ, Jan. 20, 2016 – The pioneer of self-guided cycling vacations, Pure Adventures (https://pure-adventures.com/), announces three new self-guided bicycle tours of Italy’s Tuscany, France’s Dordogne and Spain’s La Rioja regions. Food, wine and history extraordinaire are key elements of these tours that offer cyclists the luxury of traveling at their own pace and pausing...
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