A relaxed walking weekend in the Peak District, without the pressure of family and friends, where you can meet new people, relax and enjoy yourself.
Want to try a new activity? Want to learn more? Want to attempt a charity event such as the 3Peaks Challenge, but don't know where to start? gr8trails 'women only' weekends are designed with you in mind.
The weekend starts with you settling in to your accommodation on the Friday evening, and whilst dining meet new friends with similar aims. Saturday starts with a good breakfast before heading into the surrounding Peak District National Park for your chosen walk, which will vary dependant on the aims of the group, prevailing weather conditions etc.
After a full day in the gr8 outdoors you return to your accommodation to a nice warm shower, change of clothes and evening dinner. The evening is spent sharing your gr8 experiences and introducing you to your second day of walking round the hills and valleys of the surrounding National Park. Walks will vary dependant on the aims of the group.
What is included in our 'Women only' weekends?
walking activities with gr8trails qualified male guides
breakfast, lunch and dinner
What is not included?
transport during the weekend
For 2013 we are very conscious of peoples budgets and hence we are proposing to run this weekend from the newly renovated Losehill Castleton Youth Hostel, within a short stroll of the little village of Castleton.
These weekends are designed to appeal to everyone. For that reason kit requirements are kept to the minimum. So, for all the above activities we recommend all clients come prepared with the appropriate clothing for the gr8 outdoors and their activities, noting we can guarantee a good time but not the vagaries of the great British weather! We have a recommended kit list on our website and this will be included in our confirmation letter to you.
Interested? please call or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
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