Lake District I Yorkshire Dales I Peak District I Snowdonia I Scotland
Bespoke & Private Guiding Options - Visit the Open Events for scheduled walks, challenges and courses
Guided walking is our specialty and we pride ourselves on having offered hundreds of fun, educational and safe guided walks for groups of all sizes across the UK. Whether you're new to hillwalking or simply want someone to take the lead then a day out with one of our guides is money well spent.
On this page you will find information on the more popular options we get asked to guide regularly, with Scafell Pike, Snowdon, Helvellyn and Ben Nevis all being top of the list. If you just want a day out but don't know where, then we're more than happy to make some recommendations. All our walks can be organised on a bespoke basis for any group size or you can join one of our Open Events.
We've teamed up with our friends over at LightUpU to bring you the LMG Night Series. Throughout the year we have a line up of fun sunrise, sunset and night walks for you to enjoy, all under the guidance of a qualified mountain leader.
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THE LAKE DISTRICT
The Lake District National Park can be found in Cumbria, which is nestled in the North West of England. The Lake District is best known for it's literary associations, incredible collection of Lakes, Waters and Meres, and of course - the fells (mountains!). The Lake District offers walking opportunities for people of all abilities. Whether you're seeking panoramic vistas from peaks like Scafell Pike or Great Gable, or exhilarating scrambles to the lofty tops of mountains such as Helvellyn or Blencathra - the Lake District really does have it all.
Below is some information on some of the more popular guided walks we offer in the Lake District.
Situated in the north west of Wales is the Snowdonia National Park. Much like the mountains of the Lake District, the mountains of Snowdonia are varied and offer adventures for all. The park hosts 15 peaks all over 3000ft, and there is even a challenge to try and walk them all in less than 24 hours. The most famous peak, and probably one of the most visited mountains in the world is the highpoint - Snowdon. The rugged nature of Snowdonia also offers some amazing scrambling opportunities for walkers, and it is home to what was voted as Britian's favorite peak, Tryfan. Below are some of the more popular walks and scrambles we provide in Snowdonia:
Scotland is the home of some of the finest mountain scenery in the world, let alone the UK. Although quite a journey for many, once there you will not regret visiting. The National Parks in Scotland make areas such as the Lake District look like a playground as they are just so unbelievably vast. Whether you're seeking rugged peaks such as those found in Glencoe or sweeping mountains such as those in the Cairngorms, Scotland really won't fail to impress.