For one night only … a rare opportunity to enjoy a rustic overnight camp in the volunteer hut at the John Muir Trust’s Glenlude property, near Traquair. Depending on the weather, you might head out for a night-time walk to spot owls, or stay inside to build bird and bat boxes, toast marshmallows and generally learn about the Trust’s work at Glenlude before bedding down beside the pot-belly stove. Bring sleeping mat, sleeping bag and warm clothes. Snacks + breakfast (from festival supporter No 1 Peebles Road) included.
Max: 6 places
Our overall Festival Sponsor, the John Muir Trust is in the midst of a 20-year plan to rewild Glenlude – a former sheep farm and conifer plantation – into a mosaic of native habitats. For much more on the Trust’s work at Glenlude, see the short film below.
POFF Climbing BlindDate: 14/08/2021Time: 4:00 pm - 5:15 pmPrice: £10, £6, £14 adult + child Climber Jesse Dufton attempts to become the first blind person to make a 'non-sight' lead of the Old Man of Hoy.