4:00 AM 31st December 2021
How To Spice Up The New Year’s Day Walk
With the potential of further Covid restrictions on the horizon, the long-cherished New Year’s Day walk isn’t under threat. Walking, as a low-risk outdoor activity, is a great way to blow away the cobwebs and start 2022 afresh.
For those wishing to ring in the changes to their New Year walk, Treasure Trails’ self-guided Trails provide inspiration and fun ways to make the most of the fresh air. From inspiring new locations, to spy, explorer and detective themed walks, the New Year’s Day walk can provide a little something for everyone.
The self-guided booklets last around two hours; each Trail has its own specific theme and makes use of well-known local landmarks, signs, statues, monuments, images, engravings or any other unique or eye-catching features to create an exciting adventure. For a small flavour of just some of the Treasure Trails self-guided walks available here are a few in the North:
Leeds- Roundhay Park - This secret spy mission Trail will guide you around the popular Roundhay gardens in Leeds, allowing you to explore lakesides, woodland and a ravine, as well as a castle.
Leeds City Centre Squares - Uncover wonderful stories about Leeds on this 2-mile ‘loop’ Trail around the heart of the city. This Trail will take you hunting for clues past the town hall and alongside the incredible cathedral.
Wetherby - This two-hour Trail both starts and ends by the weir on the River Wharfe. Find the clues which lead you to explore both the riverside and the historic centre of Wetherby.
From remote locations to wide-open spaces, there are hundreds of Treasure Trails to choose from across the country. Lasting around two hours, each Trail has its own specific theme and makes use of well-known local landmarks, signs, statues, monuments, images, engravings or any other unique or eye-catching features to create an exciting adventure.
A Treasure Trails Self Guide Booklet is priced at £9.99. For more information and to download your nearest Treasure Trail go to www.treasuretrails.co.uk