Rustick Walks Weekender May 2019
If you enjoyed Rustick 2018 and can’t wait till we return in 2020 why not join Sam Armstrong, the local Instructors and their Teams for a taste of the Rustick walks over three days in May 2019 (May 3rd, 4th and 5th)
Although there will not be a central HUB it’s still a great way to enjoy these iconic walks such as the Dovedale Challenge, Thorpe Cloud, Tissington Trail etc with competent leaders and back markers. There will plenty of opportunities to socialize and mix with other Nordic Walkers too.
Each walk will be loaded onto the NWUK Exercise Anywhere Portal and those with FREEDOM passports will be able to book in to as many or as few as you can fit into over the weekend. If you haven’t got a Passport, Sam and the Team will be offering a conversion and/or tuition package with a set itinerary too.
Registration for the Walks and Classes will be available soon.
Available Walks – Full List Coming Soon!
A Walk to The Cloud
An opportunity to climb the conical shaped Thorpe Cloud, an impressive limestone hill that stands in isolation. It rises straight up from the River Dove guarding the entrance to Dovedale and reaches a height of 942ft. Its distinctive shape viewed gives the hill a mountainous feel.
Two Dales and a Trail
This walk takes in the beauties of one of the many faces of Dovedale, before climbing out by way of a tributary and as far as the upland village of Biggin. The village sits on the limestone plateau of the White Peak, one of those places that seem to be cut off from the frequently busy more popular tourist villages.
Meet the Team
Sam is the Event route Master extraordinaire! About to celebrate her 10th Anniversary as a NWUK Delivery Partner, she has vast knowledge of local walks and has worked tirelessly to bring you the best of them!
Despite being injured, June has been fully involved in the Event organisation. June was born in Tissington Village and is delighted to be showcasing Nordic Walking there.
Janneke has braved snow and wild weather to recce and risk assess walks for this event. In short, if she made it back, its safe to walk and the weather can’t possibly throw anything worse at us!
Tim has had a love for the outdoors and history for as long as he can remember. He likes to help and encouraging people to try new things, to keep active and challenge themselves and he thinks Nordic Walking is ideal for this.
My aim as an Instructor is to inspire more people, to be more active, more often. Nordic walking is a fun, safe and sociable way to improve your health, fitness and wellbeing and I am passionate about encouraging more people to include physical activity into their weekly routine.
Nordic Walking instructor and private Physiotherapist, Heather’s passion for walking comes from a lifetime’s love of the outdoors, and she aims to help others maximise the simple health benefits of walking
Jane, a physio and her Husband Billy a personal Trainer run Steps towards health in the Sheffield area. Billy is helping the team with some of the tough walks at the festival whilst Jayne will be found in the Hub helping with the wellbeing and rehab side of things.
Billy is helping the team with some of the tough walks at the festival whilst his wife Jayne will be found in the Hub helping with the wellbeing and rehab side of things.