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We love the outdoors and the group has hiked and explored many National Parks and Areas of Outstanding National Beauty. Meeting in London, Hiking and walking mainly in the Southeast and home counties including London, Hertfordshire Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey, and Sussex. We have organised many weekend hiking adventures to Snowdonia, The Lake District, The Peak District, Scotland, Yorkshire and hiked the far-flung corners of the UK. We have an increasing range of adventure holidays, hiking, trekking and exploring, Europe and beyond.

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Our outdoor adventure activities include Hiking, Adventure holidays, Weekends away, Walking, Kayaking, Canoeing, Socials, and Camping

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Upcoming events (4+)

Hertford Castle, Chadwell Springs and Panshanger Park.


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This picturesque Country walk leads us from Ware to join the pretty New River built in 1613 to supply drinking water to London, we follow the river through Chadwell Springs to the River Lea and onto Hertford. The walk leads us through the grounds of Hertford Castle where parliament was relocated during the great plague and join an old railway which leads to Panshangar Country Park.

Walking through this pretty country park of grasslands lakes and ancient woodland. We visit Osprey Lakes, The Great Oak the largest Oak in the country believed to have been planted by Elizebeth 1st. and the well-preserved ruins of an Orangery which with stunning views across the Mimram Valley, If we are lucky we may see passing Ospreys and grazing Longhorn Cattle.

The path then takes us back into the pretty town of Hertford where there are plenty of cafes and pubs to relax before our journey home.

GRADE: Beginner 18km 12m this trail is on good footpaths and tracks and towpaths. 4.5 hrs hiking time 118m ascent.

A Kentish Countryside Ramble to Wye Crown and the Devil's Kneading Trough

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This circular ramble through the Kentish countryside takes us first from Ashford to the lovely village Wye as we follow the Stour Valley Walk leading us through vast fields and farmland and along the Great Stour. Once in Wye, we’ll join the North Downs Way which will lead us to Wye Crown, most likely my favourite place along the North Downs, at least when it comes to the Kent sections, if not overall. It's a truly special place, not only offering stunning views across the Weald of Kent and out to the sea, but also being the very spot where the North Downs Way was officially opened in 1978 by Archbishop of Canterbury at the time, Donald Coggan — what better place to choose for our lunch stop of the day.

Once fed and watered, we will continue walking along the Downs as we make our way over to the Devil’s Kneading Trough, one of the largest steep-sided dry valleys (or coombe as they are called) of the Kent Downs, truly a sight to behold making you wonder how such dramatic drop came into being. As so often, there might be one or the other legend floating around which we will get to ponder upon as we slowly make our way back to Ashford passing through a few more quaint little villages and farms before concluding our day back at the station.

GRADE: Intermediate, 24km (15 miles), 172m ascent, about 5.5hrs walking time plus breaks. Circular hike with one main ascent, otherwise relatively flat. Some sections can be muddy, some are quite overgrown depending on the weather.

The high escarpment of the Pilgrims Way and Box Hill


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This superb walk leads us along the spectacular high escarpment of the Pilgrims Way with sweeping views. across the Surrey Countryside.
We walk through the hidden gem of Gatton Park, with a history dating back to the Domesday Book, landscaped by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.

We visit the Millennium stones a modern Stone Circle built to commemorate the Millennium before climbing Reigate Hill to a commanding viewpoint and Reigate Fort, which was built in 1898 as part of the London Defence Scheme.

The path follows the escarpment to striking Inglis Memorial on Colley Hill, donated to the Borough of Reigate in 1909 by Lieutenant Colonel Sir Robert William Inglis a fine place to relax.

Continuing to Thistle Hill we descend to Betchworth to join the track which ascends to Box Hill Viewpoint and Salomons Memorial, we turn north to visit Broadwood's Folly then descend to Box Hill Westhumble for the train home.

GRADE: Beginner/intermediate 17km 11m 470m ascent 5hr 30 mins walking time. Undulating walk on good paths through woodland, and downland with some steep hills

Ben Nevis winter ascent and winter skills four day weekend - [WKE]

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Our very popular Winter Skills Weekend is the perfect quick hit to give you all the skills and confidence you require to travel in the winter mountains. we aim to provide you with experience of using all of the skills required for Ice Axe and Crampon use, Winter Navigation and Avalanche Awareness and Avoidance. We will combine the training of these skills with some great days out on the hill. This weekend will suit anyone looking to take their hillwalking to the next level.

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