Walking day trips

 Date for your diary

The next group walk will be taking place on Sunday 28th July 2019 to Moel Siobod.

Active Workforce started their walking day trips in 2018.  We hold many lunchtime walks within our organisations and wanted to bring everyone together through a walking challenge.   This idea was meant for a 'one off walk' but by popular demand, we have kept them going throughout the year.  These walks are a great way to exercise and socialise outside of your workplace.  

Upcoming Walks

Our next walk will take us to the summit of Helvellyn in the Lake District.  This challenging walk will take place on Saturday 30th March 2019.  For more information or to book on to this please contact us on 0151 934 2079 or Active.Workforce@sefton.gov.uk

Previous walks

Delamere Forest

Delamere Forest is a large wood near the village of Delamere in Cheshire, England. The woodland, covers an area of 972 hectares making it the largest area of woodland in the county.  

Old Man Coniston

Old Man of Coniston is a fell in the English Lake District.  It is 803 Metres high and lies to the west of the village Coniston.  This climb was completed on Sunday 30th September by a group of great people.  This walk was tough mainly due to the weather conditions but as a group we all managed to complete the climb.  This walk can be described as relentless as you dont really get a break from the incline, but once you're at the top its all worth it, as the views are amazing.  

Rivington Pike

Rivington Pike is a hill summit on Winter Hill, part of the West Pennine Moors.  Overlooking the village of Rivington in Lancashire, England, with a height in metres of 363.  This less challenging hill was completed on Sunday 7th September, with many stops on our journey to take in all the memorials and ruins on the route.


Snowdon was are first walk back in August, the route taken was the Llanberis path. The first part of the route proved very difficult, with a long stretch of road up hill. This separated the group in two, with some heading off with Amy at the front and the others with Ruth at a slightly slower pace.  There were 2 stopping points for re grouping on the way up and down, as well as the café at the top where some even went for a beer to celebrate the tough climb.  Everyone felt a sense of achievement by the end of the day, and really enjoyed the challenge. The sense of familiarity of the group was evident on the way home, and all were keen for the Active Workforce team to set up another.

Recomendations & Endorsements

  • Hi Amy,

    Thanks very much for Saturday, it was a great laugh! Pass on my regards to Ruth. Roll on the next one, cheers,

    Paul Fraser

  • Dear Amy and Ruth,

    Can I say an enormous thank-you for organising the brilliant day on Snowdon; great planning and implementation, great company, great weather and great beer!!

    I will certainly be dusting down my boots for the next one! Seriously though it was a great day and largely down to your excellent organisation so thank you

    Glen Williams

  • Hi Ruth & Amy,

    Would just like to thank you for a lovely and well organised walk to Snowdon.

    Thank you for the time you put into the organisation of the event and hopefully you will organise others.

    Helen Tolmie

  • Hi Amy/Ruth,

    Thanks for organising a brill day, I really enjoyed it, I think I have caught mountain walking bug now

    Here’s to the next Active Sefton Mountain Challenge.


Last Updated on 11 July 2019