As well as dedicated bike experiences, Pure Adventures ( offers travelers a variety of hiking and multisport options (guided and self-guided) in Europe and Latin America.

“Many travelers enjoy the stable simplicity of a good, week-long hike. Others want diversity and crave the opportunity to mix it up with biking and paddling too,” notes Pure Adventures Founder and CEO Loren Siekman. “We offer a variety of activities to provide the best possible options for our clients to see the world their way.”

Pure Adventures’ hiking and multisport adventures will get your soles moving down trails, experiencing a destination from the saddle of a bicycle, or paddling near sea life from the cockpit of a kayak. Some of their options include:

Croatia – Dalmatian Coast Hiking Tour: This self-guided hiking tour focuses on the mainland coast and many off-shore islands. The route is dotted with historical towns, cities and villages, and visiting the islands is simply a “must” when on the Dalmatian Coast.
France – Normandy Hiking Tour: This route takes you through some of Normandy’s best-known sites and towns. The port of Honfleur gives way to interior lands where apples are made into cider and the famous Norman whiskey, Calvados. The hike leads to the somber landing beaches of WWII.
Portugal – Madeira Island Hiking Tour: This great hiking tour exposes you to the stunning sceneries of this volcanic island, including its mountains, cliffs and levadas, an extensive network of small irrigation channels that make the perfect path for adventurous hikers.
Italy – Mt. Etna & Aeolian Islands Hiking: A self-guided adventure through the Aeolian Islands, a string of seven volcanic islets that glimmer like black pearls off Sicily’s Mediterranean shoreline. Experience the charming historic city of Catania, immense and impressive Mount Etna – the largest active volcano in Europe – and Taormina’s spectacular Greek Theatre.
Argentina – Multisport Adventure Tour: The cultural aspect of the trip is deep and genuine, allowing you to share time with people who work the land. This is a truly responsible trip, designed to support grassroots projects that need the income travelers can provide. Over six days, you’ll explore 1,300 km via 4x4s, bikes, horses and on foot.
Croatia – Bike & Kayak Tour: A self-guided bicycle and kayaking tour through the Dalmatian Coast and surrounding islands. You will see the Romans’ influence in Split, bike the UNESCO World Heritage Site Stari Grad Plain, pass through quaint towns and fishing villages, kayak the Korcula Archipelago, then finish in Dubrovnik.