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Peak District Challenge 19-20 August 2016
Wilderness Development is proud to be providing Mountain Leaders and technical support to the annual Peak District Challenge, this year taking place on 19-20 August 2016.
Peak District Challenge, 18-19 September 2015
Wilderness Development are proud to provide technical and mountain leadership services to the annual Peak District Challenge, this year on 18-19 September 2015.
Visit Peak-District-Challenge.com to register now!
Autumn activities with Wilderness Development
In the next few weeks we have these activities coming up:
Kayaking for beginners at Toddbrook Reservoir.
Always fancied a go in a kayak? Why not do it now! The air may be cooling, but the water’s as warm as it has ever been and these sessions are suitable for all, including beginners. Next running on Saturday 27 September 2014, from 10am – 1pm, and just £30pp. More info is here, and you can book online here.
Rock climbing and abseiling in the Peak District
Before the nights draw in, take up rock climbing and abseiling. Just £25 per person, with all essential kit and equipment included, this course is next running on Saturday 8 November 2014. Get some information here and book online here.
Walking navigation course for beginners: 20 July 2014
Wilderness Development’s next beginners’ navigation training course will be taking place on Sunday 20 July 2014 at Middlewood on the edge of the Peak District.
This one day course is suitable for beginners, and would be particularly ideal for those taking on the Peak District Challenge 2014. You’ll learn using map and compass the basic skills you’ll need to find your way around the countryside, and leave with the confidence to walk further afield and over more remote terrain than ever before.
Visit the navigation training course page for more information, or you can book navigation training online here.