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Guided hiking trips - inn-to-inn

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We're thinking of being a little more energetic for our next vacation next summer and doing a guided hiking trip somewhere in Europe. Although we're active folks, we're in our 50s and looking for something "moderate" on the strenuous-level scale. The kind of inn-to-inn trip where the group's luggage is transported to the next night's inn would be great!

We're partial to alpine landscapes (having been in the American Rockies a number of times) so the obvious choice would be Switzerland. But a little research has also turned up enticing options in Austria, Italy (the Dolomites), Norway, Slovenia, the Pyrenees, and several Eastern European countries. In fact, even some non-mountainous places look excellent for hiking - Ireland, France, Iceland, Northern Italy, the Azores.

Could anyone who has been on such a trip give us a recommendation - both place and tour company?

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