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Guided Ranger Walks – Afternoon

Event Day/Time

Saturday and Sunday at 14:00

Location

Sticklebarn Tavern, Langdale (google maps)


Guided Ranger Walks – Afternoon

A selection of fun themed guided walks for fell walkers of all ages and abilities. All routes will be led by National Trust Rangers. The routes will mainly be around the valley and will be around 1.5 hours taking in lots of local interest points.

Start point and times: The walks will start at the Sticklebarn Tavern at 10am and 2pm on both days

Ticket prices: £10. Please remember the Grand Day Out weekend is a fundraising event and all proceeds from tickets and the event are going to the Cumbria Community Foundation to support communities and projects in Cumbria. The ranger walks are a ‘turn up and enjoy’ event, you do not need to book ahead.

Routes – The routes and themes are to be confirmed and intended to be fun and accessible for all the family. Remember it is all about enjoyment, fundraising and getting outside so please do not worry about pace or keeping up – it is not a race, it is about walking together, meeting some like minded people and having fun!

Walk leaders – All of the walk leaders are local National Trust rangers who have volunteered their time and expertise to lead these walks, support you all and give you a wealth of information on this stunning part of the world.

Group size – Groups will be no more than 20 walkers per group.

Mandatory Kit – All walkers must carry: a waterproof jacket, appropriate warm walking clothes (wicking baselayer and insulating midlayer/fleece), walking boots and socks, food and snacks for the day, water (minimum 1.5 litres), hat/scarf and gloves, walking trousers (not jeans), waterproof overtrousers, mobile phone, personal first aid kit, trekking poles (optional). For advice on kit and preparation for a day in the hills the BMC have some good advice we recommend having a look at this page on the BMC website.

Walkers may walk with their dogs please let us know if you are bringing one so we can also look after people who may not like dogs