Corporate Hill Walks’

Experience corporate group outdoor hill walking as a way to build a stronger, healthier, and happier team and develop strong, effective relationships with clients

UK Outdoor Adventure’s to increase performance!

Introduction from Dave Pickles, founder and owner of the brand TEAM Engage: Building healthy authentic relationships as a sustainable approach within the leadership team, general team and also between you and your client is critical to not only conduct high performance in business but to also ensure the team and client relationship is strong and healthy too. Getting out into the fresh air walking side by side chatting and even just being quiet and enjoying the environment in a remote and new location are the beginnings of the right ingredients to achieve mental fitness, emotional resilience, and physical health, along with building strong like minded relationships. TEAM Engage understands the right setting, tempo, and ingredients to create a powerful experience that brings the best out of people as a shared experience. However, the experience is all about your needs and wants, so the start of the planning is to listen to you and hear what you are saying when planning the objective and aims. Each outdoor team walking experience is provided either as a one-day or multiple day tailored walk during any time of the year. Let TEAM Engage organise and facilitate a great experience for you, your team and for you and your clients to build relationships, have fun and enhance your wellbeing.

Dave Pickles

Founder and Owner of the brand

TEAM Engage

Benefits of Walking In The Hills With TEAM Engage

It makes problems smaller
It makes relationships closer
It makes appetites bigger
It makes waistlines shrink
It tells your body it loves it and needs it
It tells your brain to take the day off
You will sleep like a baby
You will feel like a genius
The stiffness fades
The memories never will

Discover Snowdon with TEAM Engage!

Take a challenge and beat the time limit of 4 hours to reach the summit of Snowdon and return to the start. A rapid ascent and descent UK Team Walk suitable for advanced walkers and runners.

OsMap: Explorer OL 17

Difficulty Level: Intermediate /Advanced

Start Time: 9am

Start/End Location: PenY Pass Car Park, Llan[1]beris, Caernarfon LL55 4NU (GR647,555)

Group Size: 8-20

Distance: 10miles

Discover Ben Nevis with TEAM Engage!

Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in Britain, the route up is straight forward, if strenuous, by hill walking standards.

OsMap: OS392

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Start Time: 8am

Start/End Location: Ben Nevis Visitor Centre Parking (GR123,731),Glen Nevis

Group Size: 10-20

Distance: 9.5 miles

Discover Scafell Pike with TEAM Engage!

Push your limits for trekking up England’s largest peak Scafell Pike. Holding the most stunning views to be seen over Wastwater to the west and the Langdale Pikes to the east.

OsMap: OL6 1:25,000

Difficulty Level: Beginner 

Start Time: 9am

Start/End Location: Wasdale

Group Size: 10-20

Distance: 10 miles

Discover the Sandstone Trail with TEAM Engage!

The Sandstone Trail follows a sandstone ridge through the Cheshire plain, with some of the best walking/running areas in the county spanning between Shropshire and Cheshire.

OsMap: Explorer OL 257& 267

Difficulty Level: Intermediate / Advanced

Start Time: 9am

Start Location: Meadowcroft,off Chemistry road, Whitchurch, SY131BY

End Location: Best Western Forest Hills Hotel, Overton Road, Frodsham,WA6 6HH

Group Size: 10-20

Distance: 11 miles / 25miles / 34mile

Discover Hadrian’s Wall with TEAM Engage!

The Hadrians Wall Path is a long distance walk, located in the North of England – it runs for 84 miles from Wallsend, to Bowness on Solway.

OsMap: OL43

Difficulty Level: Intermediate / Advanced

Start Time: 8am

Start Location: Wallsend, South Shields

End Location: Bowness on Solway 

Group Size: 10-20

Distance: 84 miles

Discover The Langdale Pikes with TEAM Engage!

A small cluster of fells in the Langdale Valley offering eight Wainwrights, this walk takes in some great vistas over the Langdale Valley.

OsMap: Explorer OL6

Difficulty Level: Beginner 

Start Time: 8am

Start Location: Car Park at GR: NY2940,0638 Next to the New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel LA22 9JX

Group Size: 10-20

Distance: Approx 5 miles

Discover the Blencathra Hike with TEAM Engage!

Blencathra or Saddleback as it is also known; this magnificent summit although not as big as neighbouring Skiddaw offers fantastic views South into the Lake District, East gives views to the Pennines and to the North across the Solway we have Scotland.

OsMap: OL5

Difficulty Level: Beginner / Intermediate

Start Time: 8am

Start Location: Farm Track to the east of The White Horse Pub In Scales. Grid Ref:NY 3490,2720

Group Size: 10-20

Distance: Approx 6 miles

Discover The Cheviot Hike with TEAM Engage!

Fall into the wilderness of the Cheviot Hills and Northumberland’s Border Country. On your UK Team Walk, you would be trekking across College valley, the Pennie way and lastly reaching the summit of The Cheviot, Northumberland’s highest peak.

OsMap: Explorer OL16 

Difficulty Level: Beginner / Intermediate

Start Time: 8am

Start Location: Grid NT 9535,2250(Post code:NE71 6RG) 

Group Size: 10-20

Distance: Approx 12.5 miles

Discover Lose Hill & Mam Tor with TEAM Engage!

Explore Hope Valley with climbing up to the top of Lose Hill and along the iconic ridgeline to Mam Tor. Mam Tor will reward you with one of the most dramatic viewpoints in the Peak District.

OsMap: OL 1

Difficulty Level: Beginner / Intermediate

Start Time: 9am

Start Location: Hope pay& display car park next to theA6187 (GR:175,831) post code: S336RS 

Group Size: 10-20

Distance: Approx 11 miles

Discover Lords Seat & Kinder Scout with TEAM Engage!

Explore Hope Valley with climbing up to the top of Lose Hill and along the iconic ridgeline to Mam Tor. Mam Tor will reward you with one of the most dramatic viewpoints in the Peak District.

OsMap: OL 1

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Start Time: 9am

Start Location: Edalepay & display car park. Nr the train station off Edale Road (GR124,854) Post code: S337ZP

Group Size: 8 -20

Distance: 10 miles

Discover Coniston Round withTEAM Engage!

Explore four summits in one area including the famous East and South slopes of the Old Man show. From centuries of slate mining activity, with abandoned mine workings and old mining gear scattered about there is plenty to discover.

OsMap: Explorer OL6

Difficulty Level: Beginner/Intermediate

Start Time: 8am

Start Location: Coniston Village carpark (Grid NY 299,974) this is next to some industrial units. 

Group Size: 8 -20

Distance: Approx 10 miles

Discover Skiddaw via Ullock Pike with TEAM Engage!

Reach the summit of Skiddaw at an amazing 931m. A circular route of boasting some of the most stunning views in the surrounding areas of Keswick.

OsMap: Explorer OL4

Difficulty Level: Beginner/Intermediate

Start Time: 8am

Start Location: Car Parknext to The Old Sawmill Tea Room,(Grid NY 234281,post code CA124QE) 

Group Size: 8 -20

Distance: Approx 6 miles

Discover Helvellyn ridgeline and Summit with TEAM Engage!

Trek up the most iconic mountain in the Lake District. Helvellyn is the third highest mountain in England, with two very popular scramble ridges.

OsMap: OL 5

Difficulty Level: Advanced 

Start Time: 9am

Start Location: Gillside Camping & Caravan Park, CA11 0QQ

Group Size: 10 -20

Distance: 10 miles

Discover the Isle of Skye with TEAM Engage!

The ideal destination for private group bookings to experience a multiple day exploration of one of the most beautiful areas in the British Isles. Perfect for groups of people as friends, work colleagues & team-mates with reasons to increase personal performance in an exciting and challenging environment

OsMap: 410

Difficulty Level: Beginner to Advanced

Start Time: 9am

Start Location: Tailored to suit

End Location: Tailored to suit

Group Size: 10 -20

Distance: Tailored to suit

Discover the Yorkshire 3 Peaks with TEAM Engage!

Discover the 3 peaks of Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent, in the Pennine Range, within the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

OsMap: Explorer OL2

Difficulty Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Start Time: 8am

Start Location: Horton-in-Ribblesdale

End Location: Horton-in-Ribblesdale

Group Size: 10 -20

Distance: 26 Miles

Discover the National 3 Peaks with TEAM Engage!

Take on the three highest peaks of Scotland, England, and Wales all within in 24 hours. This is a challenge not to be missed.

OsMap: 392, 0L5, 0L17

Difficulty Level:  Advanced

Start Time: 2.30pm

Start Location: Ben Nevis

End Location: Snowdon (Following Day)

Group Size: 10 -20

Distance: 1,000 mile drive, 24hrs, 13hrs walking

Discover Offa’s Dyke with TEAM Engage!

Follow the footpath along the Wales/England border, and take in the beautuful sites along the way.

OsMap: CICERONE Walking Offa’s Dyke

Difficulty Level: Intermediate/Advanced

Start Time: 9am Day 1

Start Location: Sedbury Chepstow

End Location: Prestatyn day 12

Group Size: 10 -20

Distance: 177 Miles

Discover Vikings Way with TEAM Engage!

Named so due to the area covered was previously occupied by Vikings, in the 9th Century. Many of these ruins can be seen along the way.

OsMap: CICERONE The Viking Way

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Start Time: 9am Day 1

Start Location: Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire

End Location: Oakham, Rutland, day 10

Group Size: 10 -20

Distance: 147 Miles

Discover Limestone Way with TEAM Engage!

Discover the scenic Derbyshire dales, through beautiful villages.. There might be a little bit of Limestone too!

OsMap: Walking the Limestone Way by Bill Allen, Ron Haydock

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Start Time: 9am 

Start Location: Castleton, Derbyshire

End Location: Rocester, Staffordshire day 4

Group Size: 10 -20

Distance: 46 Miles

Discover South Downs Way with TEAM Engage!

Follow the old routes and drove ways, along the chalk slopes of the South Downs. Take the opportunity to ‘escape’ and enjoy the breathtaking scenery.

OsMap: CICERONE The South Downs Way

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Start Time: 9am Day 1

Start Location: Winchester

End Location: Eastbourne day 7

Group Size: 10 -20

Distance: 100 Miles

What Can Exploring The Great Out Doors Do For You?

Walking.

A necessary action to take ourselves to where we need to be, quite literally. However, the simple action of walking and spending time outside, can be underestimated as a tool for health and wellbeing. The amount of benefits regular walking and fresh air has, is truly remarkable! Physically, mentally and spiritually, walking can lift you up and recharge your mind.

Some of the great aspects of walking are that it’s free, it has absolutely no cost involved. Unless of course, you are attending a professionally organised walk, such as our TEAM Engage . There is little risk of injury associated with walking, and it’s low impact, making it available to most people. It’s easy to start and build up to longer routes too. So what’s stopping you?

The Great Outdoors

With powerful advances in technology, and endless time spent in front of screens and smartphones, simplifying your routine and getting back to nature, can seem increasingly inviting. Switching your phone off, and being at one with the outside world can be just the tonic you need. Here we discuss just a few perks a big breath of clean, green air can bring.

Walking and being outdoors tends to go hand in hand, unless you’re walking up and down the stairs 30 times a day; but even then you wouldn’t feel the benefit of the wonders that are fresh air & sunlight. Vitamin D is essential for your immune system, bones and blood cells, and helps the body to absorb important minerals. Helps to build relationships. Being outside can help to improve your self esteem, even more so if you are near greenery or running water. Being outside could help to heal you from illness and injury more quickly. Concentration is improved; generally being outside helps to improve focus, and generate new ideas. Being outside is linked with being generally happier and healthier.

Mind

We hear talk all the time about mindset and positivity, but mindset is truly the key to success and happiness. When we walk, we release ‘Serotonin’ and ‘Dopamine’ – happy chemicals that help to lift our mood, similar to the feeling you get after a workout (Or eating chocolate!). One of the best parts about walking, is that it doesn’t need to take hours out of your day; taking just 20-30 minutes to go for a stroll can really help to recalibrate the mind – especially if you are having trouble focusing on a particular task. BUT these aren’t the only mental benefits that walking brings, take a look below to find out what a simple meander can do for you – It could decrease the risk of developing anxiety or depression by 30%. Try to focus on the rhythm of your feet touching the ground, tune into the sounds you can hear and take long deep breaths – all of these small actions will help you to drown out constant worries, and become more relaxed. A positive boost to your mood, going for a walk with a friend can help defeat feelings of isolation. Whilst making the most of the daylight has proven to decrease the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder too. Clearer thoughts and strengthening of memory – walking helps to clear the mind, and allows your brain to become focused and ready for the next task, as well as encouraging the development of new brain cells. Resilience – walking can help you cope with everyday stresses in a healthy and controlled way, instead of using alcohol and other unhealthy coping mechanisms, try going for a brisk walk to reduce the impact of worry.

Physical Wellbeing

As if all that wasn’t enough to entice you to get up and go, walking also offers a plethora of physical benefits. Calorie burn. Walking is a fantastic form of exercise, and it can be easy to burn off a few hundred calories on an hours walk, without realising it. A great, low impact activity, that can help you shed a few pounds if you need to. Keep your heart happy! It has been shown that walking 5 days a week for half an hour, can decrease your risk of coronary heart disease by 19%, as well as improving your circulation. Walking can strengthen your bones and muscles. Walking could prolong your life – studies

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