Hike schedule is reduced due to coronavirus—closures and restrictions mean there are few options for hiking. Read more about it here

Hikes are cancelled because of coronavirus

Coronavirus-related closures and restrictions mean we’re not able to operate hikes until further notice. Read more about it here.

UPDATE 2020/3/24: see an updated notice here

Upcoming hikes are cancelled

We’re assuming that we’re not going to be able to operate any hikes until after February 24th, and possibly longer than that.

Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) if you’d like to get an update about when we’re able to hike again. Our office is going to be closed until we have hikes to organise, so we're not going to be there to answer the phone.

Why are the hikes cancelled?

Scenic areas are closed down—some of our hikes pass through ticketed areas. All the scenic areas we have been in contact with are currently closed, and their staff are not permitted to admit visitors until further notice.

Villages are closed to visitors—we have hikes that start off in or around villages, and our local contacts in these villages have reported that they are not permitted to receive visitors until further notice.

When can we start hiking again?

We’re making enquiries with local contacts and scenic area staff for news on opening times and hiking.

When we do start hiking again we will have some extra terms and conditions for participation—please read our information about Operating hikes under COVID-19 precautions.

Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) if you’d like to get an update about when we’re able to hike again.

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