Guided Walks areas

    Blencathra and Sharp Edge

    Adventure Peaks Lake District Guided Walk of Blencathra is a real classic. The ascent, up Sharp Edge, is an adventure you will never forget. The famous old mountain, known until recently as Saddleback, is one of the best know in the Lake District and is a true mountaineers’ mountain. Standing high over the road that links Penrith and Keswick, Blencathra, is a mountain that compels attention from all.

    Blencathra and Sharp Edge


    Bowfell and Esk Pike

    There is no better sight than travelling into Langdale. The valley is simply beautiful. The pointy rocky summits of the pikes dominate the skyline for miles. The top are so prominent and recognisable that you can see them from miles away. Situated at the end of the Langdale valley is Bowfell. Its great height and bulk are only obvious on closer inspection, but the mountain is the true ‘king’ of the valley.

    Bowfell and Esk Pike


    Great Gable

    This is a chance to explore Great Gable, one of the most popular Adventure Peaks Lake District Guided Walks. Great Gable is a mountain lying in the heart of the Lake District offering some of the best panoramic views from its rocky summit.

    Great Gable


    Helvellyn and Striding Edge

    This is a chance to explore Adventure Peaks Lake District Guided Walk of Helvellyn & Striding Edge. This mythical mountain, standing at 950m, is one of the great mountains of the Lake District. Helvellyn offers the walker the chance to step back in time to rocky terrain and narrow glaciated edges.

    Helvellyn and Striding Edge


    High Raise

    The Adventure Peaks Lake District Guided Walk of High Raise is a gentle classic. It is a delight from start to finish comprising of waterfalls, great crags, wild tarns and also performs nobaly as a major panoramic station. High Raise’s central summit postion, slightly bias to the south, give the walker the best wide angled view of the area there is, making you feel right in the heart of the Lake District.

    High Raise


    Loughrigg Fell

    Loughrigg Fell is one of Adventure Peaks shorter Lake District Guided Walks and its proximity to the shop makes it an ideal spot for an afternoon ramble. Although Loughrigg is of lesser height than most of our other walks, it boasts spectacular views, scenic lakes and tarns, craggy outcrops and huge caves. It is a place that has captured the heart of many famous poet and author from Wordsworth, Thomas De Quincy and Wainwright.

    Loughrigg Fell


    Scafell Pike

    Scafell Pike is England’s Highest Mountain, standing an impressive 977m/3205 feet tall. It is a beckoning symbol that at some point in your life must be climbed, with all paths to the top crossing remote, rugged and wild terrain. Adventure Peaks Lake District Guided Walk of Scafell Pike is a sure fire classic.

    Scafell Pike


    Skiddaw

    Skiddaw is the fourth highest mountain in the Lake District and can sometimes be unfairly labelled as dull. Nothing can be further from the truth. Adventure Peaks Lake District Guided Walk of Skiddaw is an excellent day out with a summit that is wild and rocky and runs for a mile and a half with some of the best views in all of the northwestern lakes.

    Skiddaw


    The Coledale Horseshoe

    The Coledale Horseshoe is a high level route with a stunning array of summits, passes and views. It is one of the best horseshoe walks in the northwest Lake District if not the best.

    The Coledale Horseshoe


    The Fairfield Horseshoe

    Fairfield is one of the most impressive Lake District fell walks, and for lovers of high level circuits, this is a sure fire ‘classic’. The Fairfield Horseshoe is a stunning sight and towers high above Ambleside, 872m, leaving the shoppers and coffee goers looking up in awe.

    The Fairfield Horseshoe


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