Two guided walks, one in the south of England, one in the north, led by local experts promise a great and free opportunity for families and other small groups to get outside in the open air, enjoy beautiful scenery, and treat themselves to some (also free) homemade cake!
On Saturday 27th August, you can join a tour of the dramatic landscape of Exmoor. Meet at Holnicote House, located near the village of Selworthy in the heart of Exmoor National Park, at 10am for a 6 mile (10km) walk to the summit of Selworthy Beacon, which offers stunning views over the Bristol Channel and Porlock Bay.
If you’re in the north of England, head to the Peak District National Park on Saturday 3 September for a guided walk over hill and dale. Meet at country house, The Peveril of the Peak, at 10am for the start of a 5.5 mile (9km) walk across the limestone plateau, past the rocky outcrops of the Nabs to Dove Holes and along the river to the famous stepping stones at Dovedale Gorge.
To ensure that there is enough cake and local leaders on hand for each event, walkers are encouraged to register their attendance:
To register for the Exmoor pop-up walk visit: www.meetup.com/HF-Holidays-Pop-Up-Walk/events/232775968/
To register for the Peak District pop-up walk visit: www.meetup.com/HF-Holidays-Pop-Up-Walk/events/232863197/
The free walks have been organised by walking holiday provider HF Holidays. For more information visit www.hfholidays.co.uk or call 020 3424 6162.