Guided Walk: Scafell Pike - England's Highest Peak
© John Hodgson
13 June 2019
A magnificent walk to the summit of England's highest peak. Ascend by Sty Head and the Corridor route and return by Grains Gill.
- Starts from: Seathwaite Farm car park, Borrowdale at 09:30 am
see start point descriptions here.
- Grid reference: NY 2352 1225
- Price: Adult £15, child free
- Parking charges apply
- Length: 15.0 km, 9.3 miles
- Total ascent: 1012 m (cumulative height from start point to finish point).
- Highest point: 978 m
- Duration: 8.0 hours
- Grade: Very hard
- Grade description:
Long, full-day mountain walks of 10 – 19 km (6 – 12 miles). Expect sustained, occasionally very steep ascents and descents over loose, slippery rocky ground. Possibly some scrambling. A high level of fitness and stamina is required. If in doubt, we strongly recommend trying a hard grade walk first. Not suitable for children with limited experience of fell walking.
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