This is an additional day trip which shall run alongside our Lake District weekend walk. The Lake District is now full, but there are 28 spots available for the Roaches.
The Roaches are a very pleasant walk in the White Peaks area of the Peak District. Fascinating rock formations line the area creating a very distinct location in Britain that is a delight to walk through. There is also a very nice pub nearby that may be visited after the walk depending on time.
Sign-ups start on the 29th October. Again there are limited spaces so please turn up to sign-ups promptly if you'd like to go.
Our last Weekend trip of the year takes us to the wilderness of the Peak District.
We will be staying at Mandale House which is about 3.5 miles outside Bakewell, http://binged.it/UocATA
Further details will be posted on here and Facebook - keep an eye out!
Ever thought about learning to lead a group of walkers around the hills? Apart from being an excellent addition to your CV, becoming a walk leader is a great way to contribute to the Wayfarers. Without our walk leaders we would not to able to run trips and as people graduate and leave every year we are always looking to take on fresh new people!
A theory session shall be run in the guild before the walk. Where you will learn the fundamentals of walk leading, these will then be put into practice on the walk in the Long Mynd.
The Lake District is arguably one of the most stunnningly beautiful regions in England, this is certainly not a trip to miss!
We will be staying in Bullpot Farm, Casterton on the western side of the Yorkshire Dales.
Yorkshire Dales National Park is an expansive area of hill country that rises in the Millstone Grit-capped Three Peaks to over 2,300ft (700 metres).
To the west are The Howgills, a series of grassy rounded hills with deep ravines that result from different geology and contrast markedly in appearance from the rest of the National Park.
The Malverns, a gentle hill walk with good views and a fantastic pub at the end.
We shall be travelling by train from University, train tickets are £9.70 or £6.40 with a railcard.
Signups start from 3rd October
Keep your eyes peeled for signups and information about meeting times, available closer to the date on Facebook and also through the mailing list.