All services are delivered in line with current Government guidelines relating to the Coronavirus pandemic. After 12th April this means working on a 1:5 ratio and maintaining social distance. (Navigation workshop is a 1:4 ratio due to classroom size once indoor training is allowed)
Navigation Foundation (dates tbc)
An immersive morning of delving in to the fundamentals of navigation and putting them into use. You will learn; ⦁ Map features and symbols ⦁ Locating yourself on the map using the clues around you ⦁ Compass bearings and moving on bearings ⦁ Relocating yourself ⦁ Following a route Plus many other tips and tricks.
Edale Skyline Guided Run open group dates are now ended but private enquiries subject to minimum of 5 people can be entertained.
A challenging route of just over 20 miles with a series of climbs totalling 1,400m of ascent, it requires a decent level of fitness and sufficient endurance for 6 – 7 hours on foot. Famous highlights of this route include Win Hill, the southern edges, tors and towers of Kinder, Rushup Edge leading on to the Great Ridge, Mam Tor and its Iron Age earthworks, before finally tackling Back Tor and Lose Hill prior to our last gentle descent into Hope.
White Peak Challenge Guided Run open group dates are now ended but private enquiries subject to minimum of 5 people can be entertained.
The White Peak Challenge was devised by the local lad John Merrill. A circular route starting at Bakewell and looping around the White Peak including Chatsworth, to Birchover, Robin Hood’s Stride, Youlgreave, Lathkill Dale and Monyash and back over gritstone country to Bakewell.
Hartington and its Dales Guided Run open group dates are now ended but private enquiries subject to minimum of 5 people can be entertained.
A lovely route with a stark contrast from wide expansive views to pinched in valley floors. Its 9 miles and 450m of ascent takes you through a beguiling blend of sights.