Walk: The lines that aren’t there *fully booked*

Join Mike Raine, author of Nature of Snowdonia and The Mountain Leader – a practical manual for a walk along seemingly imaginary liens from the Crimea Pass.

We’ll follow some lines that are easy to see on the ground, but less so on the map and some lines that are obvious on the map but not so on the ground. Features will include old tracks, quarry tracks, the national park boundary, a railway tunnel, break of slopes, streams, a county boundary, a parish boundary, walls and fences.

We’ll be leaving footpaths behind for some of this workshop so do expect rough, potentially wet, terrain under foot.

Fitness level – Fairly strenuous

With thanks to the National Grid’s Community Grant Fund Programme.

Advance booking essential:

Please book using our volunteer software My Impact.  The first time you use our new system, My Impact, you will create an account. Once registered and approved by an administrator, you will be able to book yourself on volunteer days, without having to wait for a response from an administrator. We hope that this will make the booking system easier for you as volunteers.

If you have any problems with the software please email Jen who will be glad to help you with any issues you experience.