Please note that there are two pick-up points for every International Society trip. The main pick-up point is the International Society building; the coaches park where Dover Street meets Oxford Road. This pick-up takes place at the time stated on the website and on your ticket. The coach also picks up from The University of Salford's Maxwell building. This pick-up takes place 30 minutes before the time stated on the website and on your ticket.

The Lake District (Journey of Adventure)

Saturday 3rd June
8:30 am – 7:30 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£30 members
£35 non-members
£25 children aged 4-16
£10 children aged 2-4
(includes  train and boat ride and Lake District Visitor centre)

A wonderful day out where you will see the Lake District from all angles … by rail, on the water and from the shore side! You will start the day at Haverthwaite train station and ride to Lakeside where you will then take a cruise over to Bowness. You will have some time to spend at your leisure in Bowness then finish the day at the Lake District Visitor Centre – lots to do here whether it be relaxing by the lake or try an activity such as archery, boat hire or the treetop trek!

Hadrian’s Wall visiting Birdoswald Roman Fort and Housesteads Roman Fort (with full day’s guided tour)

Sunday 4th June
8:30 am – 7:30 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£30 members
£35 non-members
£25 children aged 5-15
£10 children aged 2-4
(includes entrance tickets to both Birdoswald and Housesteads Roman Forts and full day guided tour)


A fascinating day out for anybody interested in British history! The first stop of the day will be at Birdoswald Roman Fort. Set on a high spur overlooking the River Irthing the views from the Fort are spectacular. From here we will then move on to Housesteads Fort, one of the best-preserved and most impressive ruins. The trip will be led by a guide with expert knowledge on Hadrian’s Wall who will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

PLEASE NOTE: Good walking clothing and shoes are essential for this trip

Alton Towers

Saturday 10th June
8:30 am -7:30 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£42 to members
£47 to non-members
£37 children aged 4-11
£10 children aged 2-3
(includes entrance ticket to Alton Towers)

Alton Towers is Britain’s most popular Theme Park. There are over 100 free rides to go on as well as some beautiful gardens to explore.  An exciting day out with friends or family!

Yorkshire visiting Hawes, Aysgarth Falls and Harrogate

Sunday 11th June
8:30 am-8:00 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£18 members
£23 non-members
£13 children aged 2-16

The Yorkshire Dales simply known as “The Dales” is an area of outstanding beauty. The first stop off of the day will be the thriving market town of Hawes in Wensleydale, home to Wensleydale cheese and England’s largest single drop waterfall, Hardraw Force!  We will then travel on to Aysgarth Falls, a triple flight of waterfalls on the River Ure, considered the Nation’s favourite waterfalls!  We will end the day in the Victorian spa town of Harrogate … time to relax or sample afternoon tea at the famous Betty’s tearooms!

North Wales visiting the Snowdon Mountain Railway, Swallow Falls and Betws-y-coed

Saturday 17th June
8:30am -7:00pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£45 members
£50 non-members
£35 children aged 3-16
£10 children aged 2
(includes return ride on the Snowdon Mountain Railway and a visit to Swallow Falls)

The first stop of the day will be Llanberis to board the Snowdon Mountain Railway where you will scale the highest mountain in Wales which boasts dramatic landscape and scenery. You will then visit Swallow Falls, a stunning series of Waterfalls considered to be one of the loveliest spots in Wales and end the day in Betws-y-coed, a picturesque village in the heart of Snowdonia

Crocky Trail Outdoor Adventure, Chester

Sunday 18th June
9:00 am – 6:00 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:30 am)
£20 members
£25 non-members
£25 children aged 5-16
£10 children 2-4
(entrance ticket included)

Yes that is correct… entrance to the Crocky Trail is more expensive for children! Children under 5 get free entrance but still need to pay a £10 coach fee.

Award Winning Family Fun! The Crocky Trail is a unique day out! The fun starts the moment you arrive, with all the rides, the mile long trail and its challenges. The Crocky Trail is great exercise and fun for adults and children alike!

Yorkshire Dales visiting Skipton and Malham

Saturday 24th  June
8:30 am to 7:30 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£18 members
£23 non-members
£13 children aged 2-16

Our first stop of the day is the beautiful market town of Skipton with its impressive medieval castle! After this, we will head on to the lovely village of Malham where you can enjoy the picturesque limestone scenery – Gordale Scar, Malham Cove and Malham tarn. Most of the day will be spent in Malham and this is a great trip for walkers and Harry Porter fans as Deathly Hallows was filmed here!

East Lake District – the Ullswater valley (boat trip) and Aira Force Waterfall Walk

Sunday 25th June
8:30 am – 7:30 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£27 members
£32 non-members
£22 children aged 5-16
£12.00 children aged 2-4
(includes boat trip ticket and entrance to the Falls)

The poet, William Wordsworth described the Ullswater Valley as the happiest combination of  beauty and grandeur. Board the Ullswater steamer at Pooley Bridge, the northern end of Lake Ullswater for a leisurely boat trip to Glenridding. Glenridding is the largest of the Ullswater villages in a beautiful setting.  You will have some time to spend here and then on to Aira Force Waterfall walk where you will end the day with a walk through beautiful countryside to the Falls.


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