Meditate on Autumnal wander with Countryside Ranger
Relax with the local Countryside Ranger on a peaceful, autumnal wander along the Grantown on Spey viewpoint walk on Thursday 3 November from 10.30am to 12.30pm.
Highland Council’s Countryside Ranger for Nairn, Badenoch & Strathspey, Saranne Bish is inviting people to join her. She says:
“Both walking and spending time close to nature can help us to unwind and get things in perspective. We’ll take in the wonderful world around us and practice some meditation techniques on the gorgeous viewpoint walk overlooking Grantown and the Cromdale hills. We’ll even get a magnificent view of the Cairngorms. During the walk we’ll take time to stop and contemplate the wonder of nature and have some laughs along the way!”
Saranne added: “Taking time out of your day to find some breathing space and enjoy the world around you is a really great way of getting rid of the stresses that we sometimes find ourselves under.”
The morning will comprise of a gentle uphill stroll through the birch and hazel woods finishing in the cutting with its amazing assemblage of ferns, mosses and lichens.
Please wear warm clothing and be prepared for inclement weather.
For further information phone 01479 873 914 or 07818 588 222. Adults £4 Children/concessions £3. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Meet at the Grantown Caravan site carpark.
The aim of the Highland Council Countryside Rangers is to promote public enjoyment and appreciation of the countryside and to conserve wildlife.