Lake District Guided Walks

Guided Walks & Scrambles in the Lake District

Walking is seemingly limitless when it comes to the Lake District National Park. You can experience the dizzy heights of Scafell Pike - Englands largest mountain, or tick off one of the Lake Districts classic scrambles such as the famous Striding Edge on Hellvelyn. Maybe you want to explore the Coniston valley with its wealth of old mining history or reach the top of the famous Old Man of Coniston.  

Wherever you wish to go, let us take the stress out of your day. Your experienced guide will navigate you every step of the way. With our local knowledge we can share with you an insight into the history, geology and nature of the area.

Guided walks to suit all abilities

We can tailor a walk or scramble for you - just let us know what length and level of walk you would like and we'll come up an itinerary for you. A full day walk to summit one of the larger mountains does require a good level of fitness. If you want something a little less strenuous or are young with little legs, there are loads of smaller peaks with stunning views and many shorter lower level walks to choose from!

Every person under 18 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian

We provide:
  • Instruction from qualified and friendly local guides.

  • Specialist quality equipment.

  • Insurance

Price per group:

  • 1-2 people £187

  • 3-4 people £200

      £20 pp thereafter (up to a group of 12).

Ratios are 1 instructor:12 participants except for more technical routes such as Striding edge which are 1:8

Technical Scramble/climbing routes: £240 per guide 1:2 ratio

What you'll need to bring:
  • Warm layers, Hat, Gloves

  • Waterproof Jacket & Trousers - Good quality

  • Decent full height Walking Boot

  • Packed lunch 

  • Sturdy water bottle/s - 2 ltrs


Route: Scafell Pike via Mickledore & Hollow Stones from Wasdale.

Lenght of walk:  Approx 8km  

Total ascent: 909m

Type of terrain: Mountains, rough ground, footpaths, short scramble.

Suitable for: Adults and young people with a good level of fitness.

Group size per instructor: 12 Maximum

Take a walk up England's highest mountain and admire the breathtaking views from the summit. There are plenty of different routes up the mountain, each with varying lengths and difficulty. Hollow stones and Mickledore is one of the quickest routes. Mickledore provides an interesting scramble for those of you who want to add more challenge to your walk. Alternatively if you wish to stand on two summits take in Lingmell as part of your route. We will be happy to advise on the best option for your group.


Route: Helvellyn via Striding Edge & Swirrel Edge from Genridding.

Lenght of walk:  Approx 11km  

Total ascent: 850m

Type of terrain: Mountains, rough ground, scrambling, exposed terrain.

Suitable for: Adults and young people with a good level of fitness and head for heights.

Group size per instructor: 8 Maximum


A classic well walked route up Helvellyn with long exposed scrambles - not for the faint hearted! 

Walking and Wild Camping in the Lake District 

Pack your bags and be self sufficient in the mountains for a few days at a time! Am amazing way to get away from it all and get close to nature.


Spending the day walking in the amazing setting of the Lake District mountains to your hearts then settle down for the evening. Cook a hot dinner over your stove and relax with friends enjoying your tranquil surroundings. The only noises you'll hear in the hills is the odd sheep and possibly the tinkle of a nearby stream!


Once darkness falls the stars are truly spectacular as there is no light pollution so you can see every star there is to see with the naked eye. There's nothing more peaceful than spending an evening high in the mountains tucked up snugly in your sleeping bag and tent. In the morning wake up to the sun rising over the mountains and the smell of sweet clean mountain air. Admire the views as you enjoy your morning coffee...

Wild Camping sounds amazing?

Find out for yourself - If you've got a peak or route in mind that you'd like to have a go at just let us know or just sit back and we can organize the whole the whole thing for you. Everything is bespoke to your party so just let us know what is is you want to do such as difficulty, distance, peaks included and we'll do the rest for you. We know the area and best camping spots well so can choose something that suits you.

Path to Adventure Ltd

Keepers Cottage, 



Kirkby in Furness

LA17 7XN