Guided Walks in the Lake District

Allow someone else to plan the best walks, take the anxiety out of map reading and join a small group of like minded walkers on one of our Guided Climbs in the Lake District.

  • Climbs up Helvellyn, The Coledale & Newlands Round and Blencathra
  • Option to combine two hikes over a 2 day weekend break
  • Accompanied by an experienced guide(s)
  • Walks must be pre-booked.

Helvellyn via Striding Edge

Sat 6th July (combine with Blencathra for a hiking weekend)

Helvellyn via Striding Edge
  • Start at Glenridding on Ullswater
  • Climb via Striding Edge, descent via Swirral Edge
  • Helvellyn is the second highest mountain in England
  • Regularly voted England’s best walk

£40 per person

Blencathra via Hall’s Fell

Sunday 7th July (combine with Helvellyn via Striding edge)

Blencathra in late Spring
  • Start at Threlkeld
  • Climb via Hall’s Fell Ridge, a fine scramble.
  • Return via Mungrisedale Common, a lonely Wainwright
  • My favourite mountain in England

£40 per person

Coledale Horseshoe

Saturday 21st September (combine with the Newlands round for a hiking weekend)

  • Start at Braithwaite
  • The complete Horseshoe contains 7 Wainwrights
  • Spectacular views across the northern fells
  • Mainly straightforward walking, some steep sections

£40 per person

The Newlands Round

Sunday 22nd September (combine with the Coledale Horseshoe for a hiking weekend)

Robinson

  • Start at little Town in Newlands
  • Combines Robinson, Dale Head, Hindscarth, Maiden Moor & Catbells
  • Initial Buttermere views, then Derwentwater
  • Starightforward underfoot

Pen y Ghent from Horton

Wednesday 25th September

Pen=y=Ghent near Horton
  • Classic route up this iconic mountain
  • A walk through lovely limestone scenery
  • Continue over Plover Hill to Littondale
  • Return via the dramatic Hull Pot

£40 per person

Whernside from Ribblehead.

Thursday 26th September

Ribblehead Viaduct
  • The Highest Mountain in Yorkshire
  • Climb via the rarely visited 3 Tarns route over Dentdale
  • Start and finish at Ribblehead viaduct
  • Exceptional views north towards the Lake District

£35 per person

Ingleborough from Clapham.

Friday 27th September

Ingleborough summit
  • Start and Finish in Clapham village
  • The climb takes in a visit to Gaping Gill
  • Also passes Ingleborough Cave and Trow Gill
  • Return via perfect limestone pavements

If you have any questions on our Guided Walks or wish to book a Private Party on a walk of your choice please email me at jonathan@where2walk.co.uk or call 07824 304060.

All guided walks must be pre-booked.

6 Comments
  • Amanda says:

    Hi Jonathan

    Can you tell me the mileage covered for each of the Yorkshire 3 peaks please?

  • After completing the Yorkshire Three Peaks in 3 days with Jonathan in 2021 we booked Scafell Pike in June this year.

    We had complete trust in Jonathan. We were anxious as to whether we could complete it but Jonathan’s calm and reassuring manner soon put us at ease. The pace of the group was perfect.

    We had a fabulous day in glorious sunshine with spectacular views. Looking forward to Helvelyn in September.

    Thank you Jonathan.

  • I’ve previously done Jonathan’s 2 day navigation course in the Yorkshire Dales and wanted to gain more confidence walking in the mountains and on more technical terrain. I did the Scafell Pike and Striding Edge guided walks in June. On both walks Jonathan managed the varied abilities and speeds of the group really well, so that no one felt held up or left behind.
    Prior to my trip I was extremely anxious and nervous about doing Striding Edge. Having walked up Scafell Pike the previous day and having absolute trust in Jonathan as a guide gave me the confidence to have a go. When we got to the ‘Hole in the Wall’, the part of the walk where the technical ridge walk starts, the cloud came down. While I was scared, I gave it a go. I couldn’t fault how Jonathan encouraged me to try some of the ridge walk, rather than taking the easier path along the side and to my amazement I did two thirds of it. Coming down Swirral Edge in the rain was fine after that!

    The best bit has been that I went on to camp and walk in Wasdale afterwards. I’m thrilled to have done solo walks up Yewbarrow, Pillar and Red Pike solo. So it definitely did the trick and has helped boost my convince no end! Thank you.

  • Elizabeth Baum says:

    The Scafell Pike walk sounds good. Can you give me the start time for this walk please?

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