Keen Tours presents a new service: guided trails on the Peneda-Gerês National Park.

The sole Portuguese National Park is amazing for keen hikers, but it is not easy to choose which trail to hike, learn the conditions of each trail, understand if you’re really up to it… and taking the risk of getting lost and spending the night in the cold or having to be rescued is not a very nice thought.

We offer the best choice: an experienced guide than accompanies you on the trail you pick or helps you choose, among the available trails, the one that best fits your interests, fitness level and availability.

Keen Tours’ guided trails offer comfort and safety: insurance is included as well as the guide is at all times equipped with a First Aid it, enabling you to explore these impressive mountains, learn about the History of both the landscape and the people that occupied these territories worry-free.

These mountains ranges are as beautiful as they are treacherous; some of the trails lost their markings, and even when they exist a sudden fog is all it takes for loosing your way.

Guided trails are a great option if don’t want to take unnecessary risks, if you want to make sure everything is taken care off or simply because you’re not sure how much you can handle and wish to have an experienced person besides you helping all the way.

We also include: water, fruit and photos, for an absolutely relaxed experience. But you can also choose from the following extras:

  • Pick-up & drop-off from Braga, Terras de Bouro, Vieira do Minho, Ponte da Barca and Arcos de Valdevez: 30€, or from Porto: 70€ (1 to 6 people)
  • Packed lunch: 10€
  • Snacks bag: 3€
  • Bottled water (0,5l) : 0,80€
  • Trekking pole (rent): 2€
  • Hiking baby carrier (rent): 15€

Choose between the Peneda, Soajo, Amarela and Gerês mountain ranges, and the Plateaux of Castro Laboreiro and Mourela, and explore their paths with comfort and safety – book your guided trail now.

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