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All 2020 events

  • 28 May 2020

  • Laal Ratty

    Guided Walk
    Steam to the Hills

    Take the 'Ratty' steam train to Eskdale Green and walk back to the sea over Muncaster Fell. Meet at 10.00 to catch the 10.25 train.

    Location: Ravenglass

    Grade: Moderate

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Buttermere Trio

    An unmissable high fell ridge walk to the Wainwright summits of High Crag, High Stile and Red Pike. Fabulous views will reward you on this challenging hike.

    Location: Buttermere

    Grade: Very hard

  • 29 May 2020

  • Cathedral Cave

    Guided Walk
    Caves, Falls and Fells

    Follow old quarry roads to Little Langdale, visit Cathedral Cave and then on to spectacular Colwith Falls returning over High Oxen Fell and Hodge Close.

    Location: Near Coniston

    Grade: Moderate

  • 30 May 2020

  • Blencathra

    Guided Walk
    Blencathra Summit

    Walk to Blencathra's summit via Bannerdale Crags and Glenderamackin Coll. Return via Scales Fell. Three Wainwright summits to bag!

    Location: Near Keswick

    Grade: Very hard

  • 31 May 2020

  • Lingmoor

    Guided Walk
    Little Langdale - Fells and Tarns

    An energetic walk to the Wainwright summit of Lingmoor by Blea Tarn, returning over Slater Bridge.

    Location: Near Coniston

    Grade: Hard

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Sticks Pass and Raise - a walk with John Muir Trust

    In partnership with the John Muir Trust, join us in this spectacular landscape and learn more about the important work they are doing in the area to help keep it special. Walking up to Sticks Pass and onto Raise we will look at different habitats and species, from juniper and heather to Britain’s smallest tree growing on the summit ridge.

    Location: Ullswater area

    Grade: Very hard

  • 01 June 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Langdales - Seven Summits

    Bag seven Wainwright summits on this classic mountain walk. A strenuous day out will be rewarded with amazing views.

    Location: Near Ambleside

    Grade: Very hard

  • 02 June 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    High Rigg - a Mountain in Miniature

    Walk in Wainwright's footsteps on this circular walk up, over and around High Rigg in St John's-in-the-Vale, with panoramic views. Car park is 0.5km on the left from junction of A591 and B5322.

    Location: Near Thirlmere

    Grade: Moderate

  • 04 June 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Kentmere - a Valley with a Past

    Enjoy a scenic circular walk in the Kentmere valley and learn about its fascinating history.

    Location: Staveley

    Grade: Moderate

  • 06 June 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Glenamara and Silver Bay

    Walk by picturesque Lanty's Tarn to glorious Silver Bay on magnificent Ullswater.

    Location: Ullswater area

    Grade: Moderate

  • 10 June 2020

  • Silver How

    Guided Walk
    Silver How and Easedale Tarn

    A challenging circular walk enjoying excellent views from Silver How, returning by stunning Easedale Tarn. Includes a Wainwright summit.

    Location: Grasmere

    Grade: Hard

  • 11 June 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Lord's Seat and Barf

    Take a walk through delightful Whinlatter Forest to Lord's Seat and Barf, for fabulous views of Bassenthwaite Lake.

    Grade: Moderate

  • 13 June 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    High Dam and Bobbin Mill

    A lovely walk to a local beauty spot. A visit to Stott Park Bobbin mill optional. Refreshments available to purchase.

    Grade: Easy plus

    easy walks
  • Hand holding a compass on top of a map


    Navigation Skills for Hill Walkers

    Head outdoors in the Lake District to learn basic navigation skills in small, friendly groups. Map and compass provided. Adults only. Booking essential

    Location: Ullswater area

  • Blencathra

    Guided Walk
    Blencathra Summit

    Walk to Blencathra's summit via Bannerdale Crags and Glenderamackin Coll. Return via Scales Fell. Three Wainwright summits to bag!

    Location: Near Keswick

    Grade: Very hard

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