At A Glance
WHY CHOOSE MOUNTAIN WALKS?
- We specialise in small group guided walks and we ensure you have a fun, relaxed and stress-free experience that you will never forget.
- All our walks are led by an exceptional and dedicated team of experienced Mountain Leaders.
- We are dedicated to the highest quality of client care and providing adventures that are remarkable, inspiring and memorable. We put our clients at the heart of everything we do.
- Our team are always here to help from booking to completing the walk. You will be sent plenty of information, lots of advice and kept up to date before the walk.
Book Grasmere and the Central Fells
Grasmere lies at the heart of the Lake District, encircled by beautiful mountains, valleys, streams and woodlands, this is one of the most beautiful and varied areas to explore in Britain. Enjoy two breathtaking walks discovering hidden tarns, idyllic lakes, high mountain summits and cascading waterfalls.
Dates for 2018
- Saturday 6th – Sunday 7th April
- Thursday 16th – Friday 17th May
- Thursday 18th – Friday 19th July
- Saturday 3rd – Sunday 4th August
Day 1 – Easedale Round
Starting in Grasmere you will set off with your guide and group towards Easedale Tarn which lies hidden, high in the fells, surrounded by towering crags. This is a place of outstanding natural beauty.
From the Easedale Tarn we take a rocky path to our first summit, Sergeant Man, where you can enjoy views down in to the Langdale Valley. From here we go to High Raise, the highest summit of the day (and the most central high point in the Lake District), a great place for a rewarding rest and enjoy the stunning views. Our route back to Grasmere is over the three summits of Calf Crag, Gibson Knott and Helm Crag (the famous Lion and Lamb).
Day 2 – Discover Elterwater and Loughrigg.
From Grasmere we head straight for the first summit, Silver Howe, over undulating moorland with fine views over Grasmere. Dropping down towards Chapel Stile in Great Langdale we join the Cumbria Way running alongside Great Langdale Beck to Elterwater. This is one of most visited places in the Lake District and you will soon see why.
The route continues to Skelwith Bridge where we leave the Cumbria Way and head for the beautiful area of Little Loughrigg and Loughrigg Tarn. A great place to stop and enjoy the surroundings especially across to the Langdale Pikes. From here we start climbing again, up to the small summit of Loughrigg Fell, one of the best view points in the Lake District. Loughrigg Terrace leads us down to Rydal Water and then back along the shoreline of Grasmere back to the village.
Where does it start?
Both days start and finish in the village of Grasmere in the heart of the Lake District. We recommend staying in either Grasmere or Ambleside which is a couple of miles away.
Is this for me?
This weekend is ideal for novice hillwalkers who have a good level of fitness. The routes are not at all technically difficult but we will be walking for around 7-8 hours per day.
How to book your guided walk
You can book your guided walk anytime through the website.
1. Decide which date you would like to attend
2. Use the booking calendar above to select your date and click ‘book now’
3. You pay a 35% deposit to book your place
4. We email you with all the walk information including kit lists, timings, parking and training plans
Simple as that.