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To book or enquire, email us at;

Tel: 07903 517068 (please email if there's no answer)



£60 per person

Enjoy a bespoke guided walk just for you on Low, Medium and high fells in North-West, Central and North-Eastern Fells 

These walks are usually around 6-8 miles long. We don't cover Sharp Edge, Striding Edge, Scafell Pike, Scafell, Swirral Edge or Jack's Rake (or any other scramble of similar nature!)

Over 18's only, sorry


Private Navigation - £60 per person

Enjoy a fun walk around the North Lakes mountains, learning essential navigation skills such as timing, compass bearings, catchment features and more.

Ideal for beginners, more mature hikers and those looking to brush up on their navigation skills

No minimum, max 6 in a group

Over 18's only, sorry


£11.99 each


Please note Amazon is showing Book 5 at the wrong price - please purchase this book direct from us or via our other stockists. All the other books are showing at the correct price.

Special bundle prices and personalised copies available when purchasing directly from us - please ask for details by emailing;


Once a booking is received, we'll send out a detailed itinerary of the day, and contact you again 3 days prior to the event, as we will need to take into consideration the weather forecast to ensure everyone's safety on the fells. If we do need to cancel due to the weather, we'll offer a refund, or offer an alternative day of your choice. Please see our terms and conditions for further information on booking and cancellations.

Please ensure you bring & carry the kit on the kit list, as for safety reasons we reserve the right to refuse to take anyone who is not properly equipped for the conditions. We look forward to meeting you! (Over 18's only, sorry)

What Qualifications do you have?

Mountain Leader (Summer)

NNAS Silver

NNAS Bronze

FAA Level 3 Award in Outdoor First Aid (RQF)

Certificate of Attendance - Compliance Training  

(GDPR, Risk Assessments, Air borne, Blood borne and pathogen control, slips, trips and falls, manual handling, Introduction to Safeguarding, COSHH and fire safety)


Plus over 30 years' UK hiking experience

(you can check my qualifications here)

(NNAS = National Navigation Award Scheme)

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What Should I Bring?


  • Food and drink to last all day

  • (If you are bringing your dog, water for them too) 

  • Hat & gloves (it can get cold here, even in summer)

  • Waterproof Hiking Jacket

  • Waterproof Trousers

  • Insulated jacket/coat

  • Fleece layer/jumper

  • Walking Boots (trainers are not suitable)

  • Medium size rucksack (with waterproof liner, or dry bags)

  • Personal Medication and First Aid Kit

  • Emergency Whistle

  • Sunglasses or Sun Hat

  • Sun Cream

  • Midge cream!

  • Dry bag with spare clothing

  • Torch with spare batteries

  • Personal emergency shelter/bag


Breathable, quick drying clothes (often called technical/sports clothing) suitable for mountainous regions (not jeans) and hiking boots (not trainers). Several thin layers are better than a couple of thicker ones. If you don't have the correct kit I won't be able to take you on the hill

What Are the Walks Like?

EASY: Relaxed hikes suitable for large dog owners, older people or beginners who want great views without going too high/too far. These are generally around 6 miles long and take on average 4-5 hours to complete.  Paths may be rocky in places with some short, steep parts. Occasionally we may need to cross streams with no bridges. They are generally up to 500m in height.


MODERATE: Medium height walks which are great for beginners and/or dogs who want something a bit more challenging but nothing too demanding.  Generally between 5-8 miles long and up to 700m in height. These routes usually take between 5-6 hours to complete. Again the paths may be rocky in places and occasionally streams without bridges may be crossed. We may overlook cliffs. Please see our Access Statement for further information.

STRENUOUS: These are the high level routes which have a lot of steep ground (but no named scrambles such as Sharp Edge, Striding Edge, etc). Suitable for fit, people and/or dogs only (these routes are not recommended for big dogs). Distances are between 6-10 miles long and up to 900m in height. The time taken is usually around 6-8 hours. Paths will be rocky, steep and may involve some hands-on scrambling over boulders at times (but not for long periods - we don't do Striding Edge, Swirral Edge, Sharp Edge, Jack's Rake or any other named/extended scramble). We will likely overlook cliffs or steep drops on some of these walks. Please see Access Statement for further information.

Hill walking and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or even death. By returning the booking form, you are stating that you accept these risks and that you are responsible for your own actions. Please note we cannot currently accept anyone under the age of 18. (In order to take children all outdoor activity providers need an AALA license - and we haven't applied for one yet!).  For all strenuous walks you (and your dog(s)) should be fit enough to complete 6-10 miles on mountainous terrain up to heights of 978m

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