Lakeland Hikes

The best hikes and scrambles in the Lake District

If lockdown has taught us anything, it as made us realise what’s on our doorstep and all the incredible British adventures we can enjoy without venturing abroad.

As well as offering guided daily hikes in the Lake District throughout the year, I am excited to announce I will be running a wonderful Lakeland Adventure Week in the beautiful Lake District this September. A wonderful five days immersed in the mountains with Four days of guided Lakeland hikes and scrambles. These epic routes could include Helvellyn via Striding Edge, Scafell Pike, Pavey Ark via Jack’s Rack and Blencathra via Sharp Edge.

To confirm your place on one of my Lakeland Hikes / Adventure Weeks drop me a message.

Our Lakeland Hikes

Guided Hike and Challenges

Scafell Pike

Is the highest mountain in England. Starting from sea level, we will start our ascent from Wasdale. A beautiful valley hike with beautiful coastal views. This is the shortest route, so a good choice for beginners. 

Helvellyn via Striding Edge

This is a classic grade 1 ridge scramble in the Lake District, one of the most famous in the United Kingdom. It involves a reasonably sized ridge walk, with mainly simple moves and 1 short down climb.

 

Pavey Ark via Jack's Rake

Slicing across the face of Pavey Ark in the Langdale Pikes, Jack’s Rake is one of the Lake District’s most tempting little scrambles. Know for it’s steep exposure, this scramble requires technique.

Blencathra via Sharpe Edge

Sharp Edge’s pulling power is boosted by its sheer visibility.