Explore Scafell Pike
Imagine sitting on the summit of Scafell Pike looking out over the stunning views and smiling to yourself as you know you have just ‘bagged’ England’s highest mountain.
At 3,209 feet high, Scafell Pike in the heart of the Lake District is a tough walk but distinctly do-able as long as the mountain is respected. With superb views over the other Lake District peaks and the vast wildness of Wastwater, the mountain really packs a punch when it comes to outstanding natural beauty which is why it is rightly on many people’s summit tick lists.
- Support and back-up from the Large Outdoors team, from booking through to challenge.
- The large selection of open guided Scafell Pike Day Walks, allowing you to choose a date that suits you.
- Full access to our training guides, blogs, kit lists and discounts at a variety of nationwide outdoor stores.
On the day:
- A qualified mountain leader to guide you every step of the way.
- Our guides are all first aid trained
- They are there to ensure you get the most of the day, from pointing out flora and fauna to offering you moral support when you need it most.
- Sociable walking group, make friends whilst helping each other through the challenge, our guided Yorkshire Three Peaks are perfect for solo challengers, groups, friends and couples.
- Completion certificate
- £30 voucher to use on an upcoming short break or walking weekend with Large Outdoors.
Scafell Pike Day Walk – Wasdale
Some recent snaps - Guided Scafell Pike Day Walks and Weekends
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