Mount Cook is proud to be hosting YOUR OUTDOORS this September, alongside the Derbyshire Eco Centre, the National Stone Centre, and the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust. The event, which is supported by RAB, will be throughout all four venues on the 17th September 2022.
The purpose of the day will be to help people throughout the East Midlands to overcome barriers to the outdoors, through employment or leisure, with each venue focusing on a different theme, so there will be something for everyone!
Mount Cook will be focusing on getting into the outdoors through work, fun, and developing new skills. The Derbyshire Wildlife Trust will be teaching attendees about treading lightly, leaving no trace on the outdoors we interact with. The Derbyshire Eco Centre will be breaking down barriers of accessibility and underrepresented groups in the outdoors. The National Stone Centre will be focusing on bridging the gap of getting started in the outdoors with a new club or interest. The Steeple Grange Railway will also be taking guests up to the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust on their miniature steam train.
There will be a variety of outdoor providers like Dukes Barn and Lindley Educational Trust to contribute their knowledge to the day with some team building challenges, and a presence from the Peak District National Park.
RAB and Mitre group will be on hand discussing avenues to enter the outdoor industry - whether it's skilled designers, marketeers,
Take part in a variety of exciting activity sessions like climbing tower by Acclimbatize, bush craft and low ropes by Mount Cook, E-bikes from Rural Action Derbyshire, and minibeast hunting by the junior rangers.
Joining in these activities will be included in your ticket price and will give you the chance to try something new and speak to industry experts.
Food and drink will be available, including Project D, the Blue Lagoon, and Mount Cooks onsite bar.
Tickets are £5.00 per adult, and children go free. Goody bag by RAB worth up to £20.00 included in ticket price!
Proceeds from ticket sales will go to local charities.