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First Time on a Walking Holiday?



Perhaps you’ve considered joining a guided walking holiday before, but you’ve never quite taken the step because of concerns, such as… Will it be safe?  Will I be able to keep up?  Will I get ‘lost’ in a large group?  If this is the case, this could be an ideal opportunity to take your ambitions further.

For the first walking holiday of our Spring programme (March 21st to 24th), although everyone is most welcome, we will be especially keeping in mind the needs of those who have never been on such a trip before.

Some words of reassurance...


KEEPING SAFE

The holiday will be hosted, and all walks will be led by a Mountain Training Association-qualified walk leader and first-aider.  Walks will be on good tracks with no technical difficulties, and helpful, patient guidance will be offered to anyone who would like it.


FOOD AND COMFORT

We’ve chosen Rydal Hall in the south Lake District as our venue, a beautiful, perfectly located building in its own mature grounds.  It offers superb freshly-prepared meals using local ingredients where possible, as well as comfortable ensuite single occupancy rooms.  The experienced team can cater for all diets.



THE SOCIAL SIDE

This walking break will be limited to 8 people, which is an ideal maximum size for helping individuals to quickly feel part of the group.  Groups tend to be relaxed and chatty, and new long-lasting friendships are often formed.



OUR ITINERARY

We will aim to visit locations that show the best of the South Lakes, including little-known beauty spots, tucked-away waterfalls, and breathtaking panoramas seen from strategic viewpoints.

If you’ve thought about trying a guided walking holiday and have never quite taken the plunge, this could be the time to give it a go!


HOW TO BOOK

For more details and for information on how to book please see our web page here.

Alternatively, just drop us a line if you would like to discuss any aspect of our 2024 UK guided walking holidays.

We hope to meet you in 2024!

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