Tinkadventures has a regular calendar of guided walks and events happening throughout the year. From the rugged moors of the Peak District to the mountains of Snowdonia, Lake District and Scotland, full details of our upcoming public walks are below.
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Ennerdale is a remote Lakeland valley between the popular valleys of Wasdale and Buttermere in the Western Lake District.
The complete traverse of its periphery is 3 day expedition of 35km that crosses 10 of The Lake Districts’ western summits including Pillar (892m), Kirkfell (802m) and Great Gable (901m). The trip utilises YHA Black Sail hut that is situated at the head of Ennerdale. All food and accommodation is provided.
The Stanza Stones trail is a 47 mile trail along the Pennine watershed between the village of Marsden and Ilkley Town Centre. The trail links 6 special stones that are engraved with the poetic words of Simon Armitage; the UK’s poet laureate.
The walk will take 3 days and visit all 6 stones. Not only that but we will get you to Ilkley, just in time for the Literature Festival itself.
The Glyders are the range of mountains that flank the southern side of the Ogwen Valley in Snowdonia, North Wales. The range takes its name from the two largest mountains, Glyder Fawr (1001m) and Glyder Fach (994m), but also contain the rocky horn of Tryfan (917m), a training ground of many a mountaineer.
The Carneddau are the range of mountains that flank the northern side of the Ogwen Valley in Snowdonia, North Wales. The range takes its name from the two largest mountains of Carnedd Dafydd (1044m) and Carnedd Llewelyn (1064m) and are only second on height to mighty Snowdon itself.
Langdale is a beautiful mountain valley to the east of Ambleside in Cumbria. It is one of the most easily accessed valleys in the Lake District and is surrounded by mountains, known as the Langdale Pikes.
Hiking the Langdale Pikes is an adventure that travels thorough some of the most stunning mountain terrain in the UK, and crosses many summits including the mighty Bow Fell (901m), that sits at the head of the valley.
Coniston Old Man is the mountain that guards the entrance of the Copper Mines valley. A mountain valley above Coniston, in the Western Lake District. The valley is long and deep, and is enclosed by a cirque of rugged mountains: Coniston Old Man (803m), Swirl How (802m) and Wetherlam (762m), and to hike them together is an adventurous day hike through the historical valley and across the mountain tops.
The Peak District 3 Peaks is the first leg of the Pennine way; Edale to Marden. Where normally the hike is done in 2 days, the Peak 3 Peaks challenge completes the distance in just 1 day.
The hike crosses the 3 highest points in the Peak District National Park: Kinder Scout (633m), Bleaklow (633m) and The Black Hill (582m). With a total distance over 42km and height gain of over 1300m, the walk is an epic adventure that covers the wildest, most remote and most stunning scenery in The Peak District National Park.
Edale is a popular village in the heart of the Peak District National Park. It is flanked to the north by Kinder Scout (633m), the highest point in the Peak District, and Mam Tor (517m) to the south; the ‘mother hill’ that divides the east and western Peak.
Walking the periphery of the valley is known as the Edale horseshoe, and is a beautiful hike that takes in some of the best scenery in the Peak District. It is a great way to experience the Peak District and a hiking ‘must do’ for all explorers and adventurers.