Our Classic walks are the original Freshwalks experience; in the countryside, on the coast, in the mountains and on the moorlands. From easy half-day 8km rambles to epic full-day 30km treks, these walks offer the perfect blend of networking and exercise all year round. No matter the weather.
Allow yourself or your team a day out of the office to boost physical fitness, improve mental wellbeing and bond with other like-minded business professionals over a shared sense of achievement.
The rush of adrenaline and release of endorphins will almost certainly tinge you with that legendary Freshwalks feeling. It’s positively contagious. And if not, the home-cooked pub food and locally brewed ales will surely do the trick for you.
Dale Abbey – Locko Hall – Locko Park – Hermit’s Wood – Dale Abbey
For our latest event in the East Midlands, we’re heading to Dale Abbey and Locko Park not far from Ilkeston. We’ll explore the countryside and woods around the area including The Hermitage within Hermit’s Wood at a leisurely pace so guests can network while exercising.
Tegg’s Nose – Teggsnose Reservoir – Gulshaw Hollow – Gritstone Trail – Tegg’s Nose
This punchy little route is a perfect opportunity for Freshwalkers used to our easier routes and looking for something slightly more challenging. It’s a walk that will pack a lot of punch inside 5 miles offering diverse scenery – fantastic countryside views from Tegg’s Nose itself as well as woodland and reservoir walking down below.
Cross of Greet Bridge – River Hodder – Bowland Knotts – Raven’s Castle – Cross of Greet Bridge
This rugged walk links the two high level passes across the Forest of Bowland, traversing some wild upland territory where merlin and peregrine scythe across the moorland and lonely gritstone outcrops punctuate the primal landscape. While it’s a relatively short walk, this is tough terrain and it will present a stern test, but the rewards are a sense of splendid isolation beyond the reach of mobile phone coverage and a chance to reconnect with the wild amid some stunning scenery in one of England’s last wilderness areas.
Langsett Reservoir – Mickleden Edge – Howden Edge – Margery Hill – Langsett Reservoir
This route leaves Langsett reservoir and heads deep into the Eastern moors exploring south as far as Howden Edge, taking in two trig points en-route, including Margery Hill. Proper moorland stuff this one.