How long will the walk last?

Most of the walks will last between one-and-a-half to three hours, but this might vary depending on the size of the group. There are more details on individual walk pages, which you can find here:

How do I get a t-shirt?

I’m afraid orders closed on 9th August in order to be sent in time for the walks, sorry!

Is the event wheelchair accessible?

Unfortunately, the terrains aren’t wheelchair accessible.

If you’d like to post in the discussion on your nearest event about meeting up at an accessible cafe or pub, please feel welcome to do so! You can find your nearest event here:

Can I see a map of the route before the day?

We’re not able to provide maps of the routes beforehand – but don’t worry! The guides will make sure everyone stays together and on track.

We don’t recommend planning to join the walk late or halfway through, since we want everyone to be safe and with the guides. It wouldn’t be fun playing catch-up, anyway! So please do make sure to arrive around 5-10 minutes before the planned start of the walk.

Is the walk okay for kids to join?

Yes! The wonderful guides are making every effort to plan routes that are friendly for all ages.

Can I bring my dog?

Sure! It’s okay to bring dogs, but remember that some people, especially if there are kids on the walk, may feel a bit uneasy. So dogs may need to be kept on a leash. And don’t forget to bring extra water!

I can't attend anymore - how do I let you know?

If you’ve RSVP’d but can no longer attend, that’s okay – just please let us know as soon as you can.

You can let us know by finding your event here: and then clicking ‘No’ on the RSVP section. This will keep the count updated, then we can let the guides know the most up-to-date number of people who’ll be attending.

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