Trek Training

These walks are tailored for groups that want to practise for their upcoming expeditions (e.g. reaching the summit of Kilimanjaro, walking the Inca Trail or trekking to Everest Base Camp). Hire me for the day and I’ll tailor a trek training walk specific to your needs and requirements.

Are you planning on scaling the heights of Kilimanjaro, the Inca Trail or Everest Base Camp or hoping to enjoy long Alpine walks in the summer? Then trek training walks will be perfect for you. I can give you advice before your trip and leading up to a trek training walk. The day itself is likely to involve lots of ascent to build your base fitness, ready for your challenge ahead. If you hire me as a private guide for the day, I can tailor a walk to your specific needs and to the goals that you want to achieve, whether it’s distance, ascent, specific terrain or all three that you want to work on.


Price: £160–200 for a full day (for a group)

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Thinking of scaling the heights of Kilimanjaro?

WildWays is teaming up with Kili Altitude Safaris to offer you the whole adventure package. WildWays will provide you with all the training you need for you trip up the 5,895m snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjiro. WildWays has put on 2 days for trek-training 28th June  and 5th September . However, if you want a bespoke training package or different dates then please get in touch.

Kit List Essentials

  • Sturdy walking boots and socks

  • Comfortable clothing (I would not recommend jeans or cotton-based t-shirts)

  • Lunch, snacks, and liquids (preferably water)

  • Spare warm layer

  • Waterproof jacket

  • Personal first aid kit including any medication that you require

  • Rucksack (25-35 litre capacity)

  • Cash (for car parking, ice cream, etc.)

  • Good sense of humour!

Kit List Extras (depending on season and weather)

  • Walking poles – especially useful across uneven or boggy ground and streams

  • Waterproof trousers

  • Gaitors

  • Flask

  • Warm hat, gloves, buff/scarf

  • Something to keep things dry in your rucksack if it doesn’t have its own cover.

  • Sun cream with a high SPF

  • Sun hat/sunglasses