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Free Women's Well-Being Walks

Walking helps to solve problems, improve mood and increase feelings of well-being, being in the fresh air helps to reduce stress. We both feel like a new person after a day in the hills. We want to share our passion for walking and love for the Peak District with other women. 

Take some well-deserved time out to reinvigorate both body and soul and join us on some of our favourite women’s well-being walks in the Peak District.

Women's Well-Being Walks in the Peak District 2018

“All truly great thoughts are conceived by walking” – Friedrich Nietzsche

Sunday 14th Oct

Kinder Scout

Meet outside the Old Nags Head Pub Edale, Hope Vale S33 7ZD

10:00am – 4:00pm

Kinder Scout is a stunning moorland plateau, and is the highest point in the Peak District. 

Sunday 4th November

Wye Valley

Meet Topley Pike Quarry, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9TE

10:00am – 4:00pm

This scenic walk takes you through an impressive gorge around Chee Dale, across a limestone plateau and follows a route over hills underlain by volcanic rocks.

Why Walk?

Walking is a fantastic way to lose and control weight, tone muscles, build strength and endurance, and increase aerobic capacity. 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.

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Walking boots, waterproofs, plenty of water and a packed lunch. 

Contact us via our Facebook group to organise car sharing.




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