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High summer tours at Pieve a Castello

Pieve a Castello (pr. ‘pea-yay-veh’)…. is san ancient, historically and architecturally important, complex of buildings, situated in idyllic Tuscan countryside, between Florence and Siena in central Read more »

May 29, 2017

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Autumn Saturday Walks

May 19, 2017

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Autumn 2017 Saturday Charity Walks Enjoy an easy, relaxed, ATG-style day in some of Britain’s most beautiful countryside, walking with like-minded people. All proceeds go to the ATG Trust. To learn more about the Saturday Walk programme click here. Autumn walks are now on the Saturday Walks page. For a list of the walks, and to book, please click here.  

New Spring Saturday Walks

December 20, 2016

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Four new UK Saturday Charity walks for Spring 2017 Enjoy an easy, relaxed, ATG-style day in some of Britain’s most beautiful countryside, walking with like-minded people. All proceeds go to the ATG Trust. To learn more about the Saturday Walk programme click here. Walks for the first half of 2017 – including four new ones –  are now on the Saturday Walks page. For a Read more »

Discovering Ladakh

December 20, 2016

Posted by:Kate Whinney

‘Land of High Passes’ 2017 date: 16-29 September Wonderful Himalayan walking in idyllic mountain scenery with flower-filled meadows, lakes & glaciers; picturesque villages with traditional ways Read more »

Heritage Lost by Quakes – An ATG Tour Leader’s Account

November 1, 2016

Posted by:Kate Whinney

The devastating August earthquakes in the provinces of Rieti and Ascoli Piceno, Italy, have been followed by further seismic activity in recent weeks; and on 30th October a Read more »

Sketches from Provence

December 13, 2015

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Walking in Provence through famous landscapes…. where art and nature meet, to inspire famous works by Van Gogh and Cezanne, and ATG clients to sketch their Read more »