Wheely Wild Rambling in The Peak District

Everyone is talking about the new word on the block!

Staycation

Apparently it is the number one word.

And everyone is talking about summer 2021.

It is going to be a good summer.


Have you heard of Wild Rambling holidays?

Wild Rambling, founded and created by Helen Venus. Inspired by her love of being outdoors, Helen now organises women only holidays in different locations in the UK.


" I get very enthusiastic about sharing my lifelong love for the outdoors with my groups." says Helen. " I just love the stunning scenery of the British coast and country and am fascinated with the unique historical influences which changed the natural landscape so there is always something of interest to look at on every walk."


Helen goes on to explain, "A Wild Rambling holiday isn't just about the walking though - we have kayaked, wild swam, been to the theatre, had interesting talks, visited interesting places like gin distilleries, stately homes and gardens. And we like tea and cake stops!"

And now what is even more exciting is that for the summer of 2021 Helen has organised her first ever wheelchair accessible holiday, and I am thrilled that she has asked me to lead the holiday.

Join me on a women only accessible, wheelchair friendly adventure in the Peak District. We will be staying at the YHA in Castleton for three nights where there is a range of fully accessible and ground floor rooms available.



When: 16th - 19th August 2021 Where: YHA Castleton


What's included: Bed, breakfast and evening meal plus two days guided walking. ​





YHA Castleton

On one day we will visit Chatsworth House and enjoy a walk around the beautiful gardens and estate, and on the other, we will enjoy a lovely walk or cycle along the Tissington Trail. All walks and activities are suitable for a person using a manual wheelchair, though there is option for hiring mobility scooters or all terrain wheelchairs at Chatsworth and the Tissington Trail.



Thanks to The Outdoor Guide for this film which shows accessibility at Chatsworth House.


Another accessible walk in the Peak District is the The Monsal Trail

( film credit The Outdoor Guide)

Please check out The Outdoor Guide for more accessible walks with wheelchairs in the Peak District

​Please check out Wild Rambling for details and pricing

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