Don’t be a winter hermit…

We plan our guided winter walks meticulously to showcase some of the UK’s most stunning scenery and invigorate the senses. Think crisp, frosty days wrapped up in scarf and gloves, looking out at captivating winter wilderness landscapes or sparkling coastal shores.

Even if the weather is more soggy than crisp, we avoid a head-down trudging route march and will tailor the walk to incorporate plenty of sights and variety to ensure the rain doesn’t blot out any enjoyment. We also make sure life’s luxuries are not forgotten when we shed the boots after a day’s walking so expect plenty of chatter, comfort (invariably includes sitting in front of an open fire in winter) and home-cooked food using local ingredients.

From the Lake District to the Peak District and Snowdonia to the spectacular North York Moors and Yorkshire Coast, our events are fully guided by qualified mountain leaders and our residential events are run by friendly hosts.

Explore this Winter

  • Winter wildlife for walkers

    The trees have lost their leaves and the days are shorter, darker and colder. These things are part of the seasons, and part of living […]

  • Cairngorms Winter Walking – Trip Report

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  • Bamburgh

    Gear Advice - What extra do you need for winter walking?

    Leave aside the high mountains for now, with their ice axes and crampons and avalanche probes. I’m interested in the best 6 bits of kit […]