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This is a all female group for anyone interested in Outdoor adventures and activities. Adventure holidays, Activity Breaks and weekends, together we will be hiking, rock climbing, camping, kayaking, bouldering, etc. All skill levels are welcome. I started this group to meet other women who love the outdoors.

Upcoming events (4)

Autumn Hike - Circular hike - Villages of Lilley & Pirton, North Chilterns 18km

Join us for an walk in the lovely Villages of Hertfordshire and the north Chiltern Hills.

This is a Moderate Level Circular hike with hills Starting at The village of Lilley

Area - Hertfordshire
County - North Chilterns
Length - 12 miles / 19 km
Ascent - 1300 feet / 400 metres
Grade - Moderate

Total Hike - Approx 12 miles / 19 kilometers (approx 5 hours walking time)

Small group - only up to 12

Meet @ 9.30am finish @ 3-4pm

£8 P/P

The Hike:

This is a lovely route especially in the autumn months through areas of open countryside and woodlands that starts and ends in the small village of Pirton. This circular route takes us via Lilley Hoo, Pegsdon Hills & Hoo Bit Nature Reserve, Knocking Hoe National Nature reserve & Pirton Village.

We will walk across open country side and through woodland areas, The scenery consists of undulating countryside with hills and views at Pegsdon and

Points of interest
- Lilley
- Pegsdon hills - hills and tranquil valleys in the Chilterns with magnificent views of the countryside
- Knocking Hoe Nature Reserve - area of flowery chalk grassland at the north end of the Chilterns is known for supporting large populations of a number of rare plants
- Toot Hill - Medieval earth work which would have stood the Motte & Bailey castley. (AD[masked])

Meet at:

Pirton High-street - meeting point outside the Fox Pub.

Free parking in neighboring streets (please be mindful of residence and read parking signs)

Nearest train station is Hitchin - you will need to get a taxi to/ from the start of the hike.

What to where & bring:

You MUST bring antibacterial hand gel

Please dress for the weather, our walks will go ahead in most weather (rain or shine) We advise you always carry a waterproof jacket with you.

Please check the weather and bring Sun cream/ hat etc. if it is warm / Waterproofs if it is wet.

We will be walking through woodland, there will be nettles/ risk of tick bites. Trousers/ leggings are recommended.

Please wear walking shoes / boots. Open toe shoes are not suitable.

There may not be any opportunities to buy food or drink on route so please make sure you have what you need.

There will be no public toilets on the route.

Please complete the below forms before attending.
You will NOT be allowed to join us until these have been filled out.
https://form.jotformeu.com/93171708781362

This is a moderate level hike with some gentle gradients. You are responsible for your own health & safety and must be fit and well enough to hike continuously for 5-6 hours.
Please bring the right clothing, you will not be able to join if dressed inappropriately.

Safety:
Our Walks are led by qualified lowland walking leaders with Mountain Training UK and Outdoor First Aiders.

No dogs are allowed on our walks.

Adventure Women is a all female activity group.

Please note: By RSVPing yes to any event you are agreeing to the Ts&Cs of the group
www.tinyurl.com/thetsandcs

www.tinyurl.com/adventurewomen

Any questions please message on[masked]

Woburn deer and safari park hike - Bedfordshire - 20km - Moderate / Hard

Join us for an walk in Woburn, walking in parts of the Deer and Safari park

This is a Moderate/ hard Level Circular hike with hills Starting at Woburn Sands Station

Area - Woburn
County - Bedfordshire
Length - 12.5 miles / 20 km
Ascent - 1150 feet / 250 metres
Grade - Moderate

Total Hike - Approx 12.5 miles / 20 kilometers (approx 5-6 hours walking time)

Meet @ 9.20am finish @ 3-4pm

£8 P/P

The Hike:

This walk takes us through the beautiful Woburn Park in Befordshire. The park includes tranquil ponds, pretty Orchards, a 3000 acre deer park and the magnificent Woburn Safari Park with its White Rhino, Elephants, Tigers and Black Bears. There's also the splendid Woburn Abbey - a stunning country house which is the seat of the Duke of Bedford

Points of interest
- Woburn Safari Park
- Woburn 3000 acre deer park with Red, fallow, Pere David’s, barasingha, muntjac, Manchurian sika, rusa, axis & Chinese water deer
- Woburn Abbey.

Meet at:

Woburn Sands Train Station - Meet at entrance

By Train:

Train to Woburn Sands Station

Trains run from London Euston.

What to where & bring:

You MUST bring antibacterial hand gel

Please dress for the weather, our walks will go ahead in most weather (rain or shine) We advise you always carry a waterproof jacket with you.

Please check the weather and bring Sun cream/ hat etc. if it is warm / Waterproofs if it is wet.

We will be walking through woodland, there will be nettles/ risk of tick bites. Trousers/ leggings are recommended.

Please wear walking shoes / boots. Open toe shoes are not suitable.
The ground is likely to be wet/ muddy - Boots are recommended.

There may not be any opportunities to buy food or drink on route so please make sure you have what you need.

There will be no public toilets on the route.

Please complete the below forms before attending.
You will NOT be allowed to join us until these have been filled out.
https://form.jotformeu.com/93171708781362

This is a moderate level hike with some gentle gradients. You are responsible for your own health & safety and must be fit and well enough to hike continuously for 5-6 hours.
Please bring the right clothing, you will not be able to join if dressed inappropriately.

Safety:
Our Walks are led by qualified lowland walking leaders with Mountain Training UK and Outdoor First Aiders.

No dogs are allowed on our walks.

Adventure Women is a all female activity group.

Please note: By RSVPing yes to any event you are agreeing to the Ts&Cs of the group
www.tinyurl.com/thetsandcs

www.tinyurl.com/adventurewomen

Any questions please message on[masked]

😈👻🎃Halloween Night Kayaking 🎃👻😈 Cheshunt - 3.5 hours - Beginners welcome

Herts Young Mariners Base Outdoor Centre

£25.00

Please come join me for an Halloween Kayaking session on the lovely Cheshunt Lake in Lee valley Hertfordshire.

Start time 6.30pm
End time 10.00pm
Please arrive 10 mins early so we can get set up.

Cost £25 P/P
Limited to 10 spaces.

No experience needed, all equipment provided.

Come and join us on Halloween night for a night paddle, fancy dress is optional. It will be followed by a hot drink and food. Suitable for beginners.

Kit:

Please wear comfortable clothing & dress for the weather, you may get wet so please bring a change of clothing.

Everyone will be provided with a life jacket, kayak and paddle.

Please bring water.

You must bring Anti bacterial hand gel & a face mask. (you may not be able to join in without them)

Location

Herts Young Marina Base

By Car
Please head to HYMB
https://goo.gl/maps/y5mkCvRKDwP8ZUPk9
Parking is free - go though the metal gates on the right (don't park in the YHA next door)

By Train.
The base is located 2 mins from Cheshunt station - reachable from London Liverpool street Parking is free.

Weather:
We love the sun but if it is having a day off please be aware this activity will still go ahead in the rain. (You will splash yourself anyway!) Please dress for the weather.

Please arrive at least 10 minutes early.

You MUST complete these 2 forms before attending the activity. You will not be permitted to attend without.

https://form.jotformeu.com/93171708781362

By attending any adventure women event you agree to our Ts&Cs and our Code of conduct
https://adventurewomen.weebly.com/tscs.html

Please note this is a open session and there will be other guests not with Adventure Women

National Trust Wimpole estate & the folly, Hike from Orwell 18km - Medium/ hard

Join us for an walk in the National trust Wimpole estate in Cambridgeshire

This is a Moderate/ hard Level Circular hike starting at the village of Orwell

Area - Wimpole
County - Cambridgeshire
Length - 11 miles / 18 km
Ascent - 410 feet / 125 metres
Grade - Medium / Hard

Total Hike - Approx. 11 miles / 18 kilometers (approx. 4.5 - 5.5 hours walking time)

Meet @ 9.20am finish @ 3 -4pm

£8 P/P

The Hike:

The hike starts in the rural village of Orwell, walking through open countryside and farmland, we will cross the River Cam at Kings bridge heading to the village of Waddon, which originally formed part of the wimpole estate.

The walk then takes us into Wimpole, walking up the long elm planted Wimpole avenue the parklands are abundant with flora and fauna, we will head across the Chinese bridge and on up to the gothic folly.

Points of interest
- Wimpole estate parkland inc the Chinese bridge & gothic folly
- Clunch pit sits of scientific interest at Orwell.
- The River Cam

Meet at:

Orwell Village - meet outside the Chequers Pub.

Road side parking available.

Nearest station is Shepreth, you would need to take taxi from there.

What to where & bring:

You MUST bring antibacterial hand gel

Please dress for the weather, our walks will go ahead in most weather (rain or shine) We advise you always carry a waterproof jacket with you.

Please check the weather and bring Sun cream/ hat etc. if it is warm / Waterproofs if it is wet.

We will be walking through woodland, there will be nettles/ risk of tick bites. Trousers/ leggings are recommended.

Please wear walking shoes / boots. Open toe shoes are not suitable.
The ground is likely to be wet/ muddy - Boots are recommended.

There may not be any opportunities to buy food or drink on route so please make sure you have what you need.

There will be no public toilets on the route.

Please complete the below forms before attending.
You will NOT be allowed to join us until these have been filled out.
https://form.jotformeu.com/93171708781362

This is a moderate level hike with some gentle gradients. You are responsible for your own health & safety and must be fit and well enough to hike continuously for 5-6 hours.
Please bring the right clothing, you will not be able to join if dressed inappropriately.

Safety:
Our Walks are led by qualified lowland walking leaders with Mountain Training UK and Outdoor First Aiders.

No dogs are allowed on our walks.

Adventure Women is a all female activity group.

Please note: By RSVPing yes to any event you are agreeing to the Ts&Cs of the group
www.tinyurl.com/thetsandcs

www.tinyurl.com/adventurewomen

Any questions please message on[masked]

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