31 May – 2 June Lake District: bookings now open

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   Special weekend trip organised by Cranfield University’s Walks 
@photos courtesy of Cranfield University’s Walks: April 2012 trip to Lake District.

31 May- 2 June walking weekend in Lake District, cost: £50 members only. Cost includes: 2 nights accommodation in YHA hostel in Ambleside; breakfast on Saturday and Sunday; and an evening meal on Saturday evening.

Only 18 places available.UPDATE ON 29 APRIL: fully booked
Book your place now by paying the full amount to Glenda at CSA 1st floor.*           

Transport: car sharing, 3-4 drivers sought. Journey duration: 3.5 hours one way. Cost of petrol to be shared amongst occupants of each car. Food: For both days of walking you will need to provide yourself with a packed lunch, some high energy food to keep you going throughout the day and at least 1.5 litres of water. Itinerarydepart on Friday afternoon from Cranfield University, return back on Sunday evening. Detailed program will be available nearer to the date of each trip. Guide: An experienced walk leader and a member of staff.

Equipment: please note NO GEAR, NO GO policy for this trip. This includes walking boots (NO trainers!), waterproofs (jacket and trousers), warm clothes and a NON-COTTON base layer – and NO jeans please!.

Walks: Moderately challenging – Saturday walk about 14 miles. Shorter walk on Sunday morning. Exact program to be confirmed. Example route 1 and route 2.

* Please note that the cost of this trip has been  paid for in advance by CSA, to secure our places. Therefore bookings are refundable only in exceptional circumstances. Before a refund will be agreed, you will be asked to find a replacement.
Photos by our amazing photographers: Asteris, Ali and Periklis.
Find out who joined Cranfield University students last year on their trip to Lake District: see last year’s post.

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