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You will always be walking with a qualified Mountain Leaders.
Our walks are listed below are in descending order of difficulty.
Walk to England's highest summit, Scafell Pike, via the classic Corridor Route. Great End a 2nd Wainwright can also be ticked on the return via Esk Hause. 14km & 1100m ascent & 6-7 hours Walk time.
The famous Martindale Red Deer Rutting season will soon be upon us. The bellows of the Red Deer Stags echo around the valleys to the east of Ullswater, Boredale, Martindale, Bannerdale and Fusedale are the steep sided valleys where they are best heard. Dawn and dusk they are in full voice and throughout the daytime in the height of rutting season. The stags can be heard and seen from early October to mid November, but can vary slightly from year-to-year.
Heading up Mickleden, ascending Stake Pass and onto Pike of Stickle & onto Harrison Stickle - the iconic Langdale Pikes are seen from across the South Lakes. 15km & 950m ascent.
Hiking Highs Guides have chosen this as their favourite walk, to include 3 Wainwright fells with views down to Haweswater and Ullswater and across to the Helvellyn Massif on a clear day. 17km & 1100m ascent.
Helvellyn ascending via Swirral, the easiest of the 2 edges. Englands 3rd highest mountain gives 360' panoramic views on a clear day. 12km & 950m ascent.
A full day out onto Helvellyn, taking in Dollywagon Pike, Nethermost Pike, Helvellyn, Lower Man & Whiteside... if time allows Raise too. This iconic day out requires a full long day in order to complete. 19km & 1250m ascent.
A Truly fabulous and dramatic way to ascend Helvellyn Summit, via Whiteside/Lower Man. Look to Scotland, Thirlmere & Bassenthwaite, Blencathra & Skiddaw as we ascend. 16km 1160m ascent.
A classic horseshoe day out in the South Lakeland Fells. Summit 8 Wainwright fells & Fairfield itself as you tour around this fabulous route, looking down into 6 valleys along the way. 15km & 1050m ascent - 6 hours walking approx
A classic horseshoe route to include 8 summits (8 Wainwrights) all in 1 day. Looking into 5 valleys along the way. 20km & 1200m ascent - approx 8 hours walking.
Ascend onto Dow Crag from Walner Scar, onto Coniston Old Man via Goat Hause. Returning through Coniston Copper Mines, is fascinating, a place steeped with history. 11km & 830m ascent.
Ullswater Steamers starts your day, before heading into Martindale, for a hopeful glimpse of the Red Deer. Next head over Bedafell and onto Angle Tarn Pikes, returning via Boredale Hause to the valley floor. 13km & 760m ascent - approx 5-6 hours walking.
From Newlands Valley we head onto High Spy, along to Maiden Moor and lastly reach the classic Catbells View and our descent back to Newlands. 14km & 830m ascent.
Take a full day's tour around Derwent Water, via the hidden Watendleth hamlet. Our route weaves on and off the valley floor for the best views and waterfalls along the way. Route: 23km & 954m ascent.
Gowbarrow is a perfect introduction to Fell Walking. Take the Ullswater Steamers to start your walk and ascend Gowbarrow for glorious 360' views. Return walk along the Ullswater Way to Glenridding. 11.5km & 570m ascent.
A tour of both Great & Little Langdale valleys, passing Blea Tarn, sitting at the foot of the infamous Rwynose Pass & walking towards Little Langdale before popping over Elterwater & returning up Great Langdale. 14km with 500m ascent.
Enjoy the hidden valleys to the west Ullswater. Grisedale Valley is famously where Wordsworth said his last 'Good Bye's' to his brother in 1800, and Glenridding famously home to the Greenside Lead Mines where they found silver. 14km & 700m ascent.
Bespoke Fell Walking Day – We’ll build it for you. It's your day... Choose your valley, choose your fells and we can guide you there, with interesting local facts along the way.