Walks and outdoor activities

Mulaqaat team is a group of enthusiast Walkers, Trekkers and Hikers. We intend to share our experiences with the wider community. Not only to encourage a healthy life style in a fun and challenging way, but also to provide an opportunity for people to meet and to widen their social and professional network.

Malham Cove – Yorkshire Dales – 28th March 2020

Join us at 10:00 am at Malham Cove on the 28th March 2020. The walk will be approximately 7 miles. The walk will first take us to Malham cove followed by Gordale Scar and then Janet’s Foss.

Malham Cove is a huge curving amphitheatre shaped cliff formation of limestone rock.

The vertical face of the cliff is about 260 feet high. The top of the cove is a large area of deeply eroded limestone pavement, of a strange pattern rarely seen in England. The majesty of Malham Cove looks out over the Village of Malham and has been attracting visitors for centuries.

Malham Cove has been the source of inspiration for many works of Art and Literature and features in many walking Books.

Harry Potter seen camping at Malham Cove! Scenes for Harry Potter and The Deathly Hollows were filmed all around Malham including Malham Cove, the limestone pavement, Malham Tarn and Gordale Scar.

Walking boots and clothing appropriate for the walk are necessary. Please bring a packed lunch and plenty of water. Every one is responsible for their own safety. £1 per person will be collected on the day to cover admin costs.

Meet at 10:00am at Malham Car Park, Chapel Gate, Malham, Skipton BD23 4DG

For further information please use the contact us page. You can also call, text or Whatsap 07577436505.

Mam Tor – Peak district – 19th April 2020

This hugely popular Peak District walk visits the dramatic summit of Mam Tor and traverses the Great Ridge that separates Edale from the Hope Valley. A beautiful and technically simple walk right in the heart of the Peak District, which showcases everything that’s great about Britain’s oldest National Park.

The walk is approximately 8 miles. Please bring a packed lunch and plenty of water. Please wear appropriate clothing for the weather on the day.

Meet at 10:00AM on the 16th of November for start at 10:15AM. Meeting point is the National trust Car Park,  Peak Forest, Hope Valley S33 8WA.

Please contact us if you are not sure about where this car park is. £1 will be collected on the day to cover admin costs.