The New Year is a time for new resolutions, new experiences and new activities, so why not try something new that will take you to new places and help you meet new friends.
Get Your Boots On is a hiking group aimed at people in their 20s, and 30s from across North and East Yorkshire, and new members are always welcome.
Part of the Ramblers, a nationwide charity that helps everyone enjoy walking the group has members from across the region. They are currently looking for new 20 and 30-somethings to join us on our walks
The group explores the stunning Yorkshire countryside, from the Moors and the Dales to the Wolds and the coast, with walks for all abilities from short easy flat walks to challenging hilly walks.
This year’s events included; walks at Bolton Abbey, Castle Howard and Thornton-le-Dale, and an Easter trip to Ben Nevis, and over the summer the group walked the Cleveland Way, the 109-mile National Trail from Helmsley to Filey, split into 9 sections.
Joining Get Your Boots On is a great way to see the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, meet new friends, and hiking has many health benefits, both physical and mental. “
Get Your Boots On is a friendly group, and we always welcome new members. I really enjoy exploring the scenic countryside, and the fresh air and open skies are great for stress relief.”, Andrew Prior, ‘Get Your Boots On’ Publicity Officer. New walkers are welcome to come on up to three walks for free, before becoming Ramblers members.
Get Your Boots On is one of over fifty Ramblers groups around the UK aimed at people in their 20’s and 30’s. Annual membership of the Ramblers is £36, and there is no charge for attending walks.
More details about the group can be found on Facebook (search “Get Your Boots On”) and on the group website www.gybo.org.uk
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