Are you a walker who wants to explore more, or someone with a desire to see first hand some of the facinating historical sites in the British Isles?

Joining one of our walks, is a enjoyable and safe way to visit sites of historical interest on the hills and mountains of the British Isles.

About Walking the Wrecks

Your guide, Alan Clark, has a vast experience of researching and locating the historic crash sites scattered across the high ground of the British Isles, having visited over 550 such sites beginning more than 20 years ago with the crash sites in the hills of the Peak District. He is a qualified Mountain Leader; professional member of the Mountain Training Association; Outdoor First Aider as well as a Mountain Rescue Casualty Carer with one of the teams in the Peak District National Park.

Aircraft Wrecks: The Walker's Guide

The guide to historic crash sites on the moors and mountains of the British Isles

In addition to visiting a multitude of crash sites Alan also co-authored the book, “Aircraft Wrecks: The Walker’s Guide”, the book details over 500 sites in the UK and Ireland as well as maintaining the research led Peak District Air Accident Research website on which you can find the historical backgrounds of all of the crash sites you are likely to visit on a walk.

Connecting Families with their History

Family members visiting a crash site in the North Yorkshire Moors

Over the years it has been my privilige to take numerous relatives of air crew who were involved in crashes in the hills to the places where their loved ones often perished and to the places where they were laid to rest.

Relatives at a crash site in the Peak District

This has always been at no cost to families and will remain so.