Many activities are optional and involve simple enough travel. Journeys can include short hikes of 2 to 3 hrs or optional walks at low elevations. Includes less demanding ocean kayaking and white water rafting journeys with Class I-II rapids.
More active journeys involving hiking over moderate terrain, usually – although not always – with vehicle support and also at elevations under 10,000 ft, or journeys with lengthy hiking days, multiple ocean kayaking days, backwoods camping, or any other invigorating activity. On the majority of journeys, you are able to want to skip a day’s activity, based on logistics. Includes more demanding ocean kayaking journeys and white water rafting journeys with Class III rapids.
Hiking and trekking over steeper or even more rugged terrain or where elevations may exceed 10,000 ft – frequently a few days consecutively. Includes more demanding ocean kayaking journeys (4-5 hrs paddling each day) and white water rafting journeys with Class IV-V rapids.
Our most demanding journeys: trekking over steep, rugged terrain at high elevations (no vehicle support) or with substantial altitude gains and losses journeys to remote, extreme backwoods mountaineering journeys. Includes our most demanding ocean kayaking (5-7 hrs paddling each day) and white water rafting journeys with Class IV-V rapids.
A TOUR OF PARIS: Walking From Notre Dame to the Eiffel Tower
ronbronb: Le Big Mac.
Noodleman556: ronbronb do you know what they call a quarter pounder in paris?
David Messick: ronbronb …royle with cheese
Ehmmm Jay: My favorite Eiffel Tower trivia: Famous writer Guy de Maupassant ate lunch in the Eiffel Tower everyday because it was the only place he could sit in Paris without seeing the tower. He hated it.
Gabriel Traveler: Ha ha, that's interesting alright.
Suppergillow: Overrated city .
Blu: i know right. paris sucks, i hate the people there, assholes
rahul raj: lmaoo London and NYC dont even copme close to Paris.
Routey: Amazing city Paris, I love the fact that you talk every now and again to explain things, makes it pretty personal – gonna watch some more…
Wally Kaspars: Thanks for the interesting video. I've been to Paris seven times, every trip a pleasure. I like your scenes of the streets.