Guided Group Walks
Anyone can join one of my themed guided group walks in the Peak District. I’ll take you on a tour that showcases the Peak’s and South Yorkshire’s natural and human history, wildlife and current environmental issues.
What are Guided Group Walks?
Anyone can join one of my guided group walks in the Peak District. They are ideal for solo walkers, couples and small groups and want the hassle taken out of route planning and navigation. The Group Walks usually have a seasonal theme and showcase the very best of what the Peak and South Yorkshire have to offer at different times of the year. This can include the autumn wild red deer rut, purple heather in bloom, migrants of the wetlands or the industrial heritage of Don Gorge. They’re a great way to meet like-minded people whilst being led over the hill and moors, fields, woodlands, wetlands and farmland.
Check out the Upcoming Events page for a full list of this season’s future walks.
Price: £32 per person
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
Personal first aid kit including any medication that you require
Rucksack (25-35 litre capacity)
Cash (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
Warm hat, gloves, buff/scarf
Dry bags or plastic bags to keep things dry in your rucksack if it doesn’t have it’s own cover.
Sun cream with a high SPF