Skills 4 the Hills by Heather Morning
Date: Friday 22 June, 2018
Event leader: Moray Way Association Events
Price: £0.00 - £10.00Meet time: 19:30
Estimated finish time: 21:30
Seating for: 60
Please note: U16's free but please book for numbers.
Booking deadline: 17:00 Wednesday 31 December, 1969
£0 – £10Booking Deadline has passed
Skills 4 the Hills by Heather Morning
With interesting advice and inspiration for getting out in the hills, Heather will offer loads of great tips for beginners and more experienced hillwalkers alike, highlighting skills that help you get the best out of your hill days – such as planning, navigation, kit, route choice and what to do in the event of an emergency.
But above all, she’ll inspire you with her love of Scotland’s hills and mountains and send you home determined to get out there and get up those hills.
With a lifetime’s experience in the mountains, Heather works full-time for Mountaineering Scotland as the Mountain Safety Advisor and is based at Glenmore Lodge in the Cairngorms. Heather holds her Mountain Instructor Certificate and has taught for many years in the mountains of Britain as well as being a member of Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team for 16 years. In her spare time, she is an active mountaineer, climber, sea kayaker and mountain biker. Well known on the outdoor talk circuit, her events are extremely popular and often sold out.
Where to Meet - Description
Meet at Mosset Tavern, Gordon St, Forres IV36 1DY. From Forres High Street/B9011, head west and turn right onto Gordon St, the Mosset will be on the left at the bottom of the hill.
Post Code IV36 1DY
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About the Provider
The Moray Way Association was founded in 2011 with the aim of creating Moray’s long distance walking route, The Moray Way, a 100-mile circular walking trail. Since 2012 the organisation has also organised the Moray Walking & Outdoor Festival with the purpose of encouraging walking and other outdoor pursuits in Moray.
The Moray Way Association is now a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), Scottish Charity number SC047381.
Money raised from this event will support the development of the Moray Way and the Moray Walking & Outdoor Festival.
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