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GUIDED WALKS BY MOUNTAIN LEADER

Here at Walking in the Mountains I can offer you  some amazing walks within the mountains of the UK.

Among others, being in the mountains can help to promote a positive mindset, boosting self-confidence, self-esteem also proving to reduce stress and anxiety.  


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Current up coming events (subject to current COVID 19)

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 SCAFELL PIKE VIA THE

CORRIDOR ROUTE

17th October   limited places left now 
priced at £30 person

One of the best routes up to Scafell Pike is via the Corridor Route. Starting from Seathwaite in the amazing Borrowdale Vale.  You will pass Stockley Bridge and the famous Mountain Rescue Stretcher Box on route, before finally arriving and onto the summit of England's highest Mountain (978 metres).  Participants are to expect some scrambling in certain areas.  We will meet at 0800hrs at the gate to Seathwaite Farm, parking is available at the farm for £5 further details will be emailed out once you have booked onto the walk.  Estimated activity time for walk 7-8 hrs.

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LANGDALE PIKES

19th September limited places left now  price £30 person

Walk in the amazing Langdales. This walk will start from New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel car park National Trust (NT) 0830hrs (if you can get there for 0815 so we are ready to leave for 0830hrs) meet next to National trust hut.  The  peaks covered will include  Pavey Ark (700 metres) Harrison Stickle (736 metres) and Pike O Stickle (709 metres). There will be a small amount of scrambling going up Pike O Stickle. The views on this walk are amazing.  

Further details will be emailed out once you have booked onto the walk.

Estimated activity time for walk 5-6 hrs

Click on the button to see YouTube video I put together covering some parts of the route 

 

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