Wilderness Development

Personal development and outdoor education

Outdoor adventure and personal development

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Upcoming course dates with Wilderness Development

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Here are Wilderness Development’s upcoming adventure activity dates for March 2019

** Outdoor First Aid courses
These outdoor first aid courses are suitable for anyone with an interest in providing emergency First Aid, and are perfect for instructors needing to keep their NGB qualifications valid.

Attend one day to be eligible for the Emergency First Aid at Work certificate, or both days to be eligible for the Outdoor First Aid (16 hours) certificate.

* 22 and 29 March in Derby.
* 6-7 April in Liverpool or Bolton
* 10-11 April in Derby
* 9-10 May in Derby

Our courses take place up to 100% outdoors – so bring your warm layers!

Mountain Navigation Training

** Navigation Training
Find your way around the mountains using traditional map and compass skills that won’t let you down in case of battery failure or dropping your gadget!

* Level 1 (Beginners) course: 25-26 May 2019
* Level 3 (Night navigation): 2 April 2019

Mountain Navigation Training

** Rock Climbing for beginners
Our next sessions suitable for beginners are:

* 23 March
* 19 May
* 25 May
* 6 July

Book online now from £27 per person at http://www.wilderness-development.com/walks-and-scrambles/rock-climbing-and-abseiling

** Kayaking for beginners
Join us for an idyllic trip around Toddbrook Reservoir in the Peak District, where you’ll learn some skills, play some games and take part in a journey exploring the Goyt Valley from a whole new perspective.

* 4 April 2019.

Book kayaking online now at

Flatwater Kayaking


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Peak District Challenge 2019 – An Ethical Challenge

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5 Reasons the original Peak District Challenge (est 2013) is an ethical challenge event


1. Easily accessible by public transport (no need to drive here!)
2. Small teams of 3-5 people spread out on variety of routes throughout the park – we increase footfall on paths by just 3-10%.
3. Useful, recycled and recyclable momentos – no dust-gathering trinkets here.
4. Exclusively vegetarian food, biodegradable supplies used throughout, water bottles refilled not replaced.
5. Event is organised as a charity fundraiser and raised over £200,000 sponsorship over 2015-2018. Not a single penny of that was charged to charities to cover the cost of putting on the event.

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I’ll look forward to seeing you there! If you have questions, do reach out directly, anytime, on 07941 645 520.

Happy trekking!

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