Adventure Connections and Off The Beaten Track WA have teamed up to provide a low fee Wandering Women’s Wellness Hike, for Women’s Health Week.
Date: Tuesday 8 September 2020 10.00am – 2.00pm
Venue: Victoria Reservoir
Our Wandering Women’s Wellness Hike will unite women from all different communities, cultures and physical abilities, on a gentle hike through around the Victoria Reservoir.
The hike is designed to;
- Facilitate and activate healthy behaviour and lifestyles
- Connect the community with the outdoors and nature,
- Create opportunities for social inclusion and connection
- Increase resilience
- Shape environments that are conducive to good mental and physical health and
- Increase resources that support healthier lives
As we experience the magic of this stunning trail, we will admire the beautiful Wandoo and She-oak forests that complement the granite outcrops and enjoy the views from different vantage points along the way. We will admire the amazing valley views, giant granite boulders, open vistas and city skyline views as we make our way along this history rich Perth hiking trail.
Our minds will be clear, we will be mindful of our surroundings and present in the moment. To deepen our connection with ourselves and nature our guests will take part in an outdoor yoga session which will leave you feeling relaxed and restored both physically and mentally.
To complete this experience will be a nutritious and delicious morning tea enjoyed on Australia’s oldest bridge – The Mason & Bird Tramway.
This experience includes: 6kms guided hike, morning tea with views, 1 hr yoga session, and complimentary use of hiking poles, sunscreen, repellent and access to all hike photographs.
Gradient: The hike is 6kms, with no steep hills to navigate. There are sections with uneven rocky ground that take a little extra concentration and provide an excellent opportunity to practice your mindfulness.
What to bring: Camera, 2ltrs water, yoga mat with strap, raincoat, personal first aid, hat, jacket, a good attitude and big smile!
COVID-19 Measures: We encourage all hikers to keep a distance of 1.5m away from others and utilise the hand sanitizer available whilst on our hikes. If you are unwell, please stay at home, and we’ll do the same. If the sharing of food is still not deemed safe by this event start date, trail snacks will be provided as an alternative to the gourmet morning tea.
Off The Beaten Track WA provide a trained and experienced Lead Guide and Tail Ender for our hikes. We carry two-way communication devices, a personal location beacon when phone signal is not available and we’re a fully licensed, insured and accredited Western Australian tourism business provide hiking and adventure experiences with a twist!
We would like to thank Neami National for helping us to make this event possible.