Great Days Out
When you start to have adventures with your own Little Trekkers every day out and every holiday time is an opportunity to go somewhere new. But your time is so precious that you just don’t want to get it wrong and end up wishing that you’d stayed at home. You want an almost sure winner. Someone who has been before to tell you “we had a fantastic time”. Someone who can save you time once you’re there by telling you what all the best things to see and do are.
Therefore, this section is a collection of the best. The best holidays, the best days out, the best beaches, the best of everything that we can think of to do with your Little Trekkers. They are the places that we have either visited ourselves and given the ‘Little Trekkers Great Days Out’ stamp, or they have been given the ‘Little Trekkers Ambassador Approved’ stamp. Our Little Trekkers Ambassadors report on lots of places that they get to all over the country. However, of all the places they go, these are the one or two that stand out from the rest.
Rock formations to spark the imagination of children and adults alike within the stunning setting of Nidderdale in North Yorkshire. The Sphinx, The Camel or The Dancing Bear? What will be your favourite?
Rhossili Bay is a stunning three mile long sandy beach, overlooked by the Old Rectory, an old house dating back to the 1850s now owned by the National Trust.
One of the most beautiful coastal spots in the country. History, nature, geology, lighthouses, aqua blue bays, trails, steam trains (always a favourite with our Little Trekkers) and seaside towns, you can’t ask for much more.
The 50 miles of Moray coast trail spoils visitors with its mix of villages, fisherman harbours, sweeping sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs and coves. You may even spot the odd dolphin or two.
We are very lucky to have the Peak District on our doorstep and sometimes I wonder how we all manage to get any work done at all in the Little Trekkers office. One place that we return to time after time is the Chatsworth House Estate.