*** LIMITED PLACES ***
Repeated by popular demand, a night in the legendary Black Sail Hut!
We’ll set off at 10am from the Ennerdale Water car park for a good walk either…
1. High level at a good pace up the fells around Ennerdale with John Beamson – views over Buttermere and Wainwright’s Western Fells, across the great High Stile ridge over Great Bourne, Starling Dodd, Red Pike to High Stile and High Crag or…
2. Low level at a relaxed pace, up the beautiful rewilding Ennerdale Valley with yours truly for a relaxing but long walk with a spot of geology and local history thrown in.
The Main Event
We’ll spend the night in the Black Sail Hut – SOLE OCCUPANCY of 16 beds with evening meal and breakfast.
Accommodation is single sex shared dorms, bedding is provided but a towel and toiletries are needed. There are two toilets and a shower, no road, no noise, peace, the company of new friends and general wonderfulness.
Next day, if you’re not heading down the valley with John, I’ll take you somewhere very exciting, Alfred Wainwright’s resting place. Innominate Tarn is stunning, spiritual and has fantastic views of Great Gable and friends. We’ll have a wander over the summit of Haystacks before dropping back into Ennerdale and a great walk down the valley.
We’ll get back to ‘civilisation’ in the late afternoon. You’ll always be accompanied by a first aid trained Mountain Leader with years of experience and knowledge.
There will be plenty of time to ask questions about navigation and night photography if you were inclined as we ‘know a fair few things’ but you’ll be most likely having too much fun and too chilled out.
Only a couple of tickets left!
If you’re ordering more than one ticket and ‘it doesn’t work’ please get in touch. We may be able to juggle male and female rooms around.
Date: 15th February 2020
Price £150 ppIncludes accommodation, evening meal and breakfast
WildFire Tribe and MLA members contact us for pricing
Please be aware before you buy your ticket…
We WILL walk together at the pace of the slowest group member, we won’t be splitting up (other than the two High Level and Low Level groups). We’ll help and encourage each other when needed. You WILL need to bring (and therefore possibly invest in) some items for harsh weather like waterproofs and gaiters. We won’t be setting off with the primary goal to make some money, although, we do need a minimum number in the group to make it work. We’ll leave the motor vehicles way behind us for an amazing weekend of lovelyness, teamwork, adventure, belonging, peace and a chance to make friends that will share a memory forever.
YOU’RE IN SAFE HANDS: I am a qualified Mountain Leader with appropriate insurance and a Rescue & Emergency Care First Aid certificate. I hold a NNAS Navigation Gold Award and I’m also an approved NNAS Instructor. With nearly 30 years wild camping experience, taking you out on an expedition is like you’re sleeping in my spare room at home. John is pretty much the same but his wild camping was mainly in Afganistan!