Discover great walking in the Lake District
Whether it’s conquering the high peaks and exhilarating edges or strolling through gentle valleys and along lakeland shores, the Lake District is undoubtedly a walker’s playground.
It sounds a cliché but there really is something for everyone whether you want an adventure, a challenge or just a tranquil away-from-it-all experience. For our guided walking day trips and weekend breaks in the Lake District, we’ve carefully chosen our routes according to the level of challenge so you can see at a glance which one you’re after.
This year our Lake District events include exploring the wilds of Wastwater, crossing the classic edges of Sharp and Striding Edge and sauntering along the shoreline of Derwentwater.
For all our trips there is no skimping on the home comforts. After all, we know the difference it makes to return after a day’s walking to a welcoming log fire, comfy lounge and with homemade cake and a cafetiere of coffee on-tap, not to mention the veritable feast on offer later in the evening!
Our Upcoming Activities - Lake District
Ennerdale Walking Weekend
Sunrise Experience – Scafell Pike, Lake District
New Year’s Eve Walking Holiday – Lake District
Spring in the South Lakes
Learn Navigation Weekend – Independent Mountain Walker
Heart of the Yorkshire Dales
Lake District Summer Solstice Wild Camp
Wild swimming in the Lake District
National Three Peaks in Three Days
Lake District Summer Party
Wasdale and the Western Lake District Walking Weekend
Some recent snaps - Lake District
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