Hikes in the Lake District



Allow someone else to plan the best walks, take the anxiety out of map reading and join a group of like minded walkers on one of our Mountain Hikes with a Guide.


Saturday 1st June. Scafell Pike from Seathwaite.

Sunday 2nd June. Helvellyn via Striding Edge

Saturday 21st Sept. The Coledale Round

Sunday 22nd Sept. The Newlands Round

Each walk can be booked separately or combined in to 2 weekend breaks.

Scafell Pike  1st June. 12 miles

  • Start and Finish at Seathwaite
  • Ascent via the classic Corridor Route
  • Return via Esk Hause
  • The Highest Mountain in England
  • Includes Styhead & Sprinkling Tarns

Helvellyn via Striding Edge. 7 miles

  • 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

The Coledale Round 11.5 miles

  • Start in the pretty village of Braithwaite
  • Includes 7 Wainwrights including Grasmoor
  • Beautiful views over Newlands and Buttermere
  • Ridge to Whiteside is spectacular

The Newlands Round 10 miles

  • Start at Little Town in the Newlands Valley
  • Sandwiched between Derwentwater and Buttermere
  • Includes 6 Wainwrights including Dale Head & Hindscarth
  • One of Wainwrights favourite walks

These walks are ideal for those who want to take on some of the bigger Lake District walks including the highest mountain in England.

A good level of fitness is required as is a good head for heights (particularly if you choose the Helvellyn climb).

The best base for these walks is Keswick except for Helvellyn where Glenridding/Patterdale is best.



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