Charting the path to a hybrid future

After 18 months of upheaval, September’s return to work is the perfect time to refocus on the radically altered reality of hybrid working and start to shape the way forward

Looking northeast over Bowland Knotts in the Forest of Bowland with Pen-y-gent, in the Yorkshire Dales in the distance. Image © Salar Media.

Freshwalks is back in Lancashire next month with a challenging route into the heart of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

This scenic 12km route climbs to the gnarly outcrops of Bowland Knotts then heads over remote moorland to the pass at Cross of Greet before descending alongside an upland beck to the start point.

The views stretch from the Yorkshire Three Peaks to the Lakeland Fells – inspiring vistas to clear the head and provide fresh perspectives.

Freshwalks is about making connections, sharing knowledge and building resilience in the great outdoors, bringing balance and perspective for business people and professionals.

Our networking walks promote wellbeing at work by emphasising exercise, challenge and achievement through collaboration and knowledge sharing.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to reset and shape a new agenda for the radically altered reality of hybrid working, this could be the perfect opportunity to bounce ideas off colleagues and peers facing similar challenges.

Book your place here, but be quick, they’re filling up fast!

And if you can’t make it this time, we have  full schedule of Lancashire walks lined up for the rest of the year. Click on the links below for details: 

Pendle done Proper

The Tolkien Trail

Author: Mark Sutcliffe

Freelance writer and editor specialising in the outdoors, environment, walking, cycling, food, travel and adventures.

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