As with any outdoor activity, the weather can be changeable. This is especially true in the hills where, higher up, you may find yourself walking through low cloud or damp fog/mist. As the saying goes:
“There’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing”.
If you have enough warm layers with you (I always carry a spare layer in my rucksack, even in summer) and suitable full-body waterproofs, you can be brave and embrace the British weather. I think we call it character building!
In the case of high winds, severe fog or adverse weather, WildWays may alter the planned route for safety reasons to ensure a safe environment and a better experience for everyone going on the walk.
Before every WildWays walk, I monitor the weather forecast closely using several sources, one of them being Met Office Mountain Weather, checking it a few days in advance, the day and night before, and again on the morning of a walk to foresee any adverse weather that could potentially be dangerous. Please refer to the T&Cs in the event of a cancellation being made due to adverse weather.