Please find below details for the September Peak District walk. The full route hasn’t been confirmed yet. It’s a job for next week, so please bear with me!
I hope you can make it 🙂
If you have any questions please email me at email@example.com or DM me on Instagram @beckythetraveller.
Table of Contents
- 1 September Peak District Walk
- 2 Information About the Walk
- 3 How to Join the Walk?
September Peak District Walk
Date: Sunday 22nd September
Meet Time: 9.00 am (Walk will start at 9.15 am)
Meet Place: Confirmed via text (once you’ve signed up, scroll to bottom)
Route: Route yet to be decided!
Walk Distance: x km/x miles
Walk Time: 5-6 hours (not including breaks)
Total Ascent: x
Finish Time: 3.00 pm (approx)
Spaces Available: 10-12 places
Information About the Walk
Are you new to hiking and not sure what to wear or what to bring with you?
Read of my post here which tells you what to wear and bring on a day hike in the UK.
What to Wear For the Walk?
- Please check the weather on the day of the walk and dress accordingly.
- I would recommend hiking trousers or leggings and layers on top to keep you warm plus a hat and gloves.
- Waterproof jacket and trousers
What to bring on the walk?
- Please bring a small rucksack (20-25 litres is perfect) to carry some snacks, water, any personal medication. Plus waterproofs (you might be wearing these!)
How Fast Will You Walk?
We will aim to walk at a pace of approximately 2 miles per hour, this will vary depending on the terrain.
Please ensure you have a reasonable level of fitness so we can walk together comfortably as a group. Ideally, you need to have experience walking in the hills beforehand, at least up to 6 miles.
How Will I Get to the Start?
I will confirm details via the WhatsApp group. There is parking available which I will provide details.
If you are planning on travelling by public transport, please let me know. I may either be able to arrange a car share or can pick you up from a location train station.
How Many People Will Be in the Group?
I will be limiting the numbers to a maximum of 10-12 people per walk. This is so I can get to know you but also so we have a nice sized group.
Can I Bring my Dog?
If you would like to bring a dog, please contact me beforehand, so I can make sure the rest of the group is comfortable hiking with a dog.
If you’re not comfortable around dogs, let me know, please.
What Will be Organised?
I will organise the walking route, including navigating the walk, no need to bring a map and compass. (Feel free to bring your own).
What you will need to do?
You will be responsible for getting to the start (on time) and with the right hiking clothes and gear according to the weather conditions!
Read the post above if you’re not sure what to wear or bring or ask me any questions.
Check the latest weather here
How Much Does the Walk Cost?
I will be volunteering my own time and transport costs for the walk. This is to build on my Mountain Leader training that I’m currently undertaking (please note I’m NOT a qualified leader at present).
I will aim to organise one free walk per month.
In return, I’d love you to have fun and share any photos on your social channels.
How to Join the Walk?
Let’s keep it simple.
If you want to join the walk please confirm either via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or DM on Instagram @beckythetraveller
Once I’ve heard from you, I will let you know the START POINT
All I need is your phone number, this is so I can set up a WhatsApp group to communicate final plans for the walk, including any last-minute changes, weather updates. This is optional, please let me know if you do not want to be added (I can message individually).
We can also use the group for sharing any photos afterwards.
Please note, since this is walk is FREE to join, I have no liability for any injuries that may occur.
This is the equivalent of joining friends for a walk (which I hope we’ll be after the walk). You are all responsible for your own well-being and ensuring you’re properly equipped.
You are joining the walk at your own risk. I know that sounds scary, of course, it’s a walk, not skydiving but I wanted you to understand that I hold no public liability insurance at present.