Expansive vistas, world famous heather moorland, and plane wrecks, all waiting to be discovered! The Peak District is undoubtedly a very special place to go hill walking.
When and where?
We are running two open walks on Saturday 28 April and Saturday 26 May in aid of Sure Footing. It will be the same walk, and we will be a group of no more than 15 each time.
We will meet at 10am prompt in the Snake Summit laybys, where the Pennine Way crosses the Snake Pass. The grid reference is SK 088 928 or if you prefer Google maps enter 53.432876, -1.869008 and you will be pointed to the exact spot. The walk will end in the same place at around 1:45pm.
If you would like to arrange a walk as a whole group, please get in touch and we may be able to arrange that on a date to suit.a
How can I confirm my attendance?
How do I donate?
All of the money raised for this event goes to Sure Footing. All of the staff at Sure Footing work for free, so you can rest assured that every penny you raise will be spent meeting our charitable aims.
You can make a one-off or a regular donation on our MyDonate webpage – link from the logo at the side. You will see that suggested donations start at £10. If you would prefer to use ‘Stewardship’, you can find out how to donate there on the Donate section of our website.
Who is leading?
Andy Stimson is leading the walk – he is fully qualified, experienced, and professionally insured!
What else do I need to know?
The minimum age to take part is 12 years old. The walk is just over 6 km and goes over rough terrain so a basic level of fitness is necessary.
What you will need to bring with you:
- A packed lunch.
- Waterproof coat.
- Waterproof trousers or spare trousers.
- Walking boots with a good tread.
- Any medicine you would normally have with you.