• WALK FOR WILDING

    Cairngorms National Park, 4 September 2021

  • WALK FOR WILDING

    Cairngorms National Park, 4 September 2021

  • WALK FOR WILDING

    Cairngorms National Park, 4 September 2021

  • WALK FOR WILDING

    Cairngorms National Park, 4 September 2021

  • WALK FOR WILDING

    Cairngorms National Park, 4 September 2021

WALK FOR WILDING

Cairngorms National Park, 4 September 2021

Join us for a life-affirming, fundraising walk through Cairngorms Connect, Britain’s most ambitious habitat restoration initiative.

EVENT DETAILS

Location: Glenfeshie, Kingussie, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland.

Date: 4 September 2021 @ 10.30am

Description

A 10-mile leisurely exploration of Glenfeshie, one of Scotland’s most spectacular glens, where ground-breaking restoration work is leading to a dramatic recovery of nature. The walk passes through a stunning mosaic of regenerating habitats alongside the cascading River Feshie. The terrain is generally flat and provides relatively easy walking using established trails and quiet private roads.

Registration fee: £30

Includes: Pre-walk information, Cairngorms Connect brochure, buffet lunch on completion.

Minimum fundraising target: £200

SCOTLAND: The Big Picture works with a diverse range of people to make rewilding happen across Scotland. All proceeds from this event will be invested in our rewilding work.

 

Cairngorms Connect is a landscape of superlatives: Ancient woodlands intersected by sparkling rivers and lochs, encircle an Arctic-like mountain massif – the most extensive in Britain. Here there are vast tracts of tranquil wetlands and secret woodland bogs; a place where eagles soar, wildcats prowl and red squirrels forage.

The Cairngorms Connect partners are committed to a bold and ambitious 200-year vision to enhance habitats, species and ecological processes across a vast area within the Cairngorms National Park.

Our WALK FOR WILDING takes us through Glenfeshie, at the heart of this inspiring project, while raising vital funds for SCOTLAND: The Big Picture’s rewilding work.

 

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