Frequently Asked Questions...
Enjoy a long walk with hill climbing and some absolutely beautiful scenes that will blow you away.
Hiking can build stronger bones and muscles, improves core balance, supports mental health and wellbeing and you will meet lots of new people.
It is free to join us for a hike. Just find out when the next hike is, register and meet us at the meeting point for a great guided hike in the Peak District.
Something comfortable that you feel you could walk in for a few hours. Walking boots are ideal but trainers are also absolutely fine, especially if it is your first time hiking with us.
No, the hikes are open to all.
Bring a packed lunch, snacks, a bottle of water and a raincoat (just in case). A travel prayer mat and wudu bottle if you will be praying outdoors.
A day of walking with some inclines. Some hikes are more strenuous than others so find out the level of hike when registering. Expect to meet lots of different people and have great conversations. If you would much prefer to have this as a me-time hiking day, don’t feel you can’t put in your headphones and enjoy the walk though
Yes you can stop at any point and pray. Please bear in mind that depending on the location of the hike, there may not be toilet facilities at the carpark/meeting point so come prepared to either go to the toilet outdoors and/perform dry ablution.
The hikes are open to all including men. If you feel your child/ren would enjoy walking for a number of hours (with steep hills) then they are more than welcome to come.Please have a look at the level of hike when booking yourself on so you know if it is suitable for your child.
Your Hike Guide:
Evergreen Hikers Guide