Trek Training

Trek Training


Taking on a long-distance trek is a great personal achievement, trek training will help you to get the most out of the challenge.

By Angela Owen

Trek Training – ready for a long day walk, a long-distance challenge or classic Worldwide long-distance routes? – We can help with your preparation.

Taking on a long-distance trek is a great personal achievement, trek training will help you to get the most out of the challenge. Our trek training programme is designed to help trekkers of all abilities  and will ensure that your fitness levels are where they should be for your big adventure.

With Path2Peaks Guided Walks you are guaranteed a fantastic day outdoors, stretch your legs, enjoy the fresh air and take in some fantastic views. Our flexible Trek Training Programme allows you to select the walks and dates to suit your individual needs. Please see our calendar and do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

Path2Peaks Trek Training Programme  costs £200 per person and includes seven walks of your choice– which are usually priced at £40 per walks per person, a highly qualified and experienced mountain leader with a wilderness first aid qualification.

It is time to get those boots mucky and get you ready for your next challenge.

“Walking is the best possible exercise. Habituate yourself to walk very far.”

Thomas Jefferson

Our flexible Trek Training Programme allows you to select the walks and dates to suit your individual needs. Please see our calendar and do not hesitate to contact us for more information. Please check out our other walking programmes.

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Walking is not only a fantastic form of exercise but it rejuvenates both your mind and body. A six-hour hill walk, at two miles an hour, can burn up to 1,400 calories. Getting out and walking in the fresh air reduces stress, lowers your chances of stroke or heart attack, and tackles depression.

Discover the Peak District with Local Guides who will share their knowledge about the geology history and wildlife of the area.

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For any enquiries please email

angelaowen@path2peaks.com

bev.england@path2peaks.com


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