12 Hours Wild and Solo

SATURDAY, 23 JUNE 2018 – SUNDAY, 24 JUNE 2018

***FULLY BOOKED***

Have you been thinking about solo wild camping? But don’t know what you need to do, or what you need to know? Maybe you have the skills but don’t have the confidence? Or maybe you’ve wanted to do this for a long time but just need an excuse to get out there and actually do it?

If the answer is yes to any of the above….we’ve got you covered! 12 Hours Wild and Solo is about gearing you with the skills, confidence, and excuse needed to spend a night on your own in the wild.

Starting out together with a group of like-minded women, you will spend the day hiking in beautiful Snowdonia. Your experienced mountain leader, Angela, will cover basic navigation and navigation improvement, safety and expedition skills so that you know how to set up camp safely and without interference to the environment.

Before departing ways in the evening to your individual wild camping areas, you will have a chance to discuss and explore the more holistic side of solo wild camping. What is it that really scares you? What benefits are there from being in the wild by yourself? To make the most of the evening, we encourage you to bring something to relax such as a notepad for writing and drawing. We’d also encourage you to have a rare technology break to really make the most of the quiet.

After 12 Hours Wild and Solo, you will re group, reflect and finish with a walk off the mountain back to the start point.

Where: Start and finish at Capel Curig Carpark

Price: £64pp

FULLY BOOKED 

Spaces are limited to 8 women. Price does not include drink, snacks, food or transport to and from the start and end point. You will also need to provide your own kit (suggested kit list below). Bookings are non-refundable. Tents and sleeping bags can be hired. A lift to and from Chesterfield train station can be arranged for a fee. To arrange this or for any questions regarding this weekend, please contact Angela on: [email protected]

Suggested kit list:

Rucksack
Hiking boots or shoes
Hiking poles (optional)
Small tent or bivy and cover
Sleeping bag and roll mat
Warm clothing, including a hat
Waterproof clothing
Head Torch
Map of the area and compass
Plenty of food, water and snacks
Toothbrush, toothpaste, sanitary products and toilet paper
Personal first aid kit and any needed medication
Sunscreen, sunhat, and sunglasses
Fully charged phone
(Optional) Book, notebook, drawing pad and pens