26 Mar BEN LEDI FAMILY WALK 15TH APRIL
Join us to celebrate the half way point in our flagship project The Mountains & The People and show how much our mountains mean to you.
This informal walk up Ben Ledi will provide an opportunity for you to enjoy a landmark of the Trossachs and one of the paths recently repaired by the project. You can find out first hand from those involved in conserving our mountains what it takes to repair our mountain paths and the fun that can be had on the way.
The event will also mark the launch of a fundraising campaign Mend our Mountains: Make one Million which is looking to raise £100,000 to improve two iconic mountain paths on Ben Vane in Loch Lomond and Beinn a’Ghlo in the Cairngorms.
**PRIZE DRAW** win from a selection of limited edition Gore-Tex clothing including walking shoes and jackets.
Date: Sunday 15th April
Start Time: 10am
Cost: FREE (donations always welcome)
Start Location: Ben Ledi car park, Callander
Parking: Limited parking on site. Recommended to park at the Forestry Commission car parks in Kilmahog or the public car park in Callander. A free shuttle bus will run from each car park to the start of the walk and back throughout the day
Distance: 9km (no obligation to complete full walk)
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Safety: All participants will be responsible for their own safety and therefore should only walk within their limits. Walkers should be equipped with suitable footwear and clothing for mountain conditions.
Marshalls: There will be marshals at the start, mid-way and summit points should assistance be required.
Children: Children must be supervised by an adult.
Fundraising: If you would like to ask people to sponsor your walk to help raise much needed funds for the project please get in touch to find out more.
By 2020 we aim to have improved over 125km of mountain paths across both of Scotland’s national parks and we need your support to make this happen.