Hills of Hame is now ‘Good to Go’ after July 15th

Everyone in the outdoor community is having to adapt to changes and think about how deliver training and experiences under new constraints. Today I drew up a Covid-19 plan and worked through the Visit Scotland ‘Good to Go!’ accreditation scheme.

Good To Go Scotland

We’re Good To Go certificate

Hills of Hame has already gone through some specific training with Airbnb Experiences to prepare for when they reopen bookings, although I need to alter the route descriptions, as some parts of the Pavement Palaeontology and Edinburgh Rocks! routes stop at or near pinch points.

I do offer experiences on the hills on the southside of Edinburgh and in the Pentlands where this is less of an issue but, until now, demand for these trips has been low. Perhaps now is the time to consider those options if you live in or near Edinburgh.

 

 

 

I am a palaeobiologist in my early 40's carrying out research work. I am based in Scotland.

Posted in Edinburgh, Geological Walks, Geological Walks (urban), Pentlands, Scotland, Uncategorized
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Al is a Hill and Moorland Leader and has also completed the Expedition Skills module
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