Unfortunately, due to the impacts of the pandemic we are not taking bookings for any activities during 2021, please check back later in the year for an update on 2022.
If our normal guided walks don't whet your appetite and you fancy a bit more of a challenge, then why not try one of these more challenging walks that are sure to leave you with an experience that you'll never forgot? You'll need a good level of fitness to complete any of the below, but we'll discuss that fully with you when you make a booking. There is always the option to split the routes into multi-day backpacking trips.
Yorkshire 3 Peaks: This route takes in three of the Yorkshire Dales' highest summits in a circular 24-mile loop.
Lakes 10 Peaks: A brilliant alternative to the National 3 Peaks and one of the nicest walks in the Lake District.
Welsh 3000s: Definitely a step up from the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, the Welsh 3000s is a 30-mile walk running from the summit of Snowdon to the coast at Aber, taking in all 14 of the 3000ft+ mountains in Wales. Can easily be split into two days, but is still a challenging walk doing so.
Lakes 24 Peaks: Completing 24 of the Lake District's highest mountains over two days is a real challenge, but very rewarding if you do so! It's also a fantastic way to enjoy the best the Lakes has to offer.
There are countless similar challenges out there, so if you've got an itch to explore a particular area, get in touch and we'll come up with a route to satisfy your desire. Other ideas including backpacking the Bob Graham or heading to the Scottish Highlands for Tranter's Round or the Glencoe Round.
We now have a fully qualified International Mountain Leader in our midst! The IML award requires a vast amount of experience and work towards both the summer and winter element, producing leaders qualified to take clients trekking and snowshoeing overseas in the "middle mountains".