Know your limits: It is important that you feel confident in participating in the walk. If you are unsure about your ability, or wish to know more about the distance or terrain, please get in touch with us prior to the walk.
Be well prepared: Be prepared for all kinds of weather (you might get all four seasons in one day!) Keep checking our website for advice specific to the walk. Bring your own drinks and food.
Take your legs and life in your own hands: You participate in our walks at your own risk. You need to be prepared and bring everything you need (see below).
No mess: Leave no trace, only your footsteps. Take all your rubbish away with you.
Respect: Please be aware of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Respect farms and livestock you pass, leave gates as you find them. It might not always be appropriate to bring a dog, so please speak with us first.
• good shoes and socks (we recommend walking boots or sturdy trainers)
• enough drink/water for the day
• enough food for the day (we recommend including some chocolate or other energy food)
• waterproofs, hat, gloves (we are in Scotland!)
• no jeans
• OS map
• compass, GPS (for your own safety)
• sun cream (you never know)
• torch (just in case)
• blister plaster (you never know)
• phone (for your own safety or for that all important social media connection)
• camera (to capture the great views)
• gaiters (mud en route)
• walking poles (if you want to be as cool as Claudia)
This list applies to longer walks but some of it is relevant to walking in general. If unsure about the likely demands of the walk please dont hestitate to get in touch!
Tel | (+44) 1466 794494
Email | firstname.lastname@example.org