The Government’s roadmap for the easing of lockdown restrictions is made up of four steps, with Step 4 – which began on 19 July – now in force.
The starting point for Adventure Trails for all outdoor activity are the latest updates to Government Guidance and from The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) which is the representative body that exists to protect the freedoms and promote the interests of climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers.
There are now no set restrictions on how many people can take part in sport and physical activity, indoors and outdoors. All forms of activities can take place without set restrictions subject to relevant national governing body’s guidance.
Organised sport participation events such as organised walks can take place outdoors with no capacity caps for participants or spectators.
There are no legal travel limits on organised sport and physical activity.
Organised outdoor sport and activity includes all of our outdoor group activities which is run by qualified instructors.
Adventure Trails will continue to take maintain necessary precautions.
Please refer to our Events Calendar for details.
Charities and corporates are planning fantastic micro adventures with us. These are more intimate and bespoke events to raise funds for charities or to enable corporate teams to reconnect with each other and with nature. All in the stunning Peak or Lake District, landscapes made for adventure!
Adventure Trails will act responsibly and keep group sizes to a minimum wherever possible, as well as minimising travel. When participating in a micro event, course or outdoor session with us, you must adhere to our Covid-19 Secure Code of Practice.
Online Navigation|Map & Compass|Map Reading Masterclasses|FastTrack Navigation Courses
Our FastTrack Navigation Courses are now running and our successful online navigation skills masterclasses continue!
Getting out is more important than ever whether that is a gentle walk, a run on city trails, trail running or a more strenuous hike. Physical activity is known to help with improving mental health through better sleep, happier moods, and managing stress and anxiety.
The Nav Guy offers you online learning opportunities to help you plan your next adventures in nature. These are live Zoom masterclasses for hikers, trail/ultra runners and mountain runners at all levels to learn and improve your navigation skills using a map and a compass . We have been getting fantastic Five Star Reviews. Read here for more details.
Our FastTrack Navigation sessions are 4 hour practical sessions where you can put your online learning into practice (or you can go straight to this if you prefer). Course locations include The Cotswolds, N Lancs/ S Lakes and, when permitted, Tinto Hills nr Glasgow/ Edinburgh.
Adventure Trails has been awarded the “We’re Good To Go” official UK mark to show it follows Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.
We know that after this unprecedented time we all miss nature and outdoor activities more than ever. We cannot wait to be able to provide you with just that – a moment of joy; be it a sunrise hike up Helvellyn; a lower level NetWalk to reconnect with colleagues, partners and business contacts; smashing a three peaks challenge, learning to use a map and compass to plan your own adventures or simply getting back into the outdoors.
Your Adventure. Our Expertise.
Julia and Sean, 19 July 2021