10:30 am - 4:00 pm
|Where||Please See Course Description|
|Tutors||Emma, Baldwin-Moore, Tony Barstow, Karl Symns and a Ranger from Exmoor National Park|
This course is especially for family, friends, carers, supporters and other mental health practitioners who wish to explore the benefits of recovery for their own wellbeing. Family, friends and supporters can attend on their own or with the person they care for. This course is for students of all abilities with an interest in learning more about Exmoor National Park, and willingness to amble around some wonderful countryside.
This course takes you walking on Exmoor guided by a National Park Ranger to experience thrilling views across high moorland, learn about conservation and the environment. Discover the benefit to your personal recovery from connecting with the diversity of Devon’s wildlife and landscapes and enjoy walking in the company of others seeking their own paths to recovery and wellbeing. Walks are moderate to difficult, covering some rough and uneven terrain, but can be tailored to students’ experience, interest and ability. Guided walks will be dependent on the weather and could include visits to Lynton and the Lyn Valley, the Valley of the Rocks, Heddon’s Mouth, Simonsbath, Pinkery Pond or other points on Exmoor.
Meeting 9:45 at Barnstaple Train Station/10:30 at Barnstaple Bus Station.
Please bring suitable clothing for changeable weather; walking shoes or boots are essential.
N.B. This activity includes any cost of travel as a group using public transport between Barnstaple and Lynton. Lunch is not provided, therefore students are kindly asked to bring their own packed lunch.
Bookings are not open yet, or the course has already started. If you have an enquiry about the course please use this contact form.