At A Glance
Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in Wales, and the most popular walk in the Lake District. On this Scafell Pike guided walk you will summit three peaks (Scafell Pike, Lingmell and Great End) and experience the very best walking route with stunning views across the Lake District.
This is one of the toughest and longest routes on Scafell Pike. From Seathwaite the walk takes you via the Corridor Route and on to Lingmell summit before heading up to Scafell Pike. From the 978 metre summit of Scafell Pike the walk continues over rocky ground to Great End before heading back down via Grains Hill. A tough, challenging and rewarding day, and the best way to experience Scafell Pike away from the easier and busier path.
You will complete the walk as part of a small group with other like-minded walkers and enjoy an unforgettable experience on the highest mountain in England.
Helvellyn Moonlight Highlights:
- Climb the highest mountain in England
- Summit 3 peaks and traverse the Scafell range
- Beautiful panoramic views across the Lake District
- Small groups led by experienced Mountain Leaders
- Relaxed, fun and sociable group walk
Climb 3 Mountains
The route is a an 12-mile circular walk, starting and finishing in Seathwaite, and takes you along the Corridor Route, across 3 summits, and returning via Grains Gill.
You will summit the following peaks:
- Lingmell – 807m
- Scafell Pike – 978m
- Great End – 910m
Is this for me?
This Scafell Pike guided walk is ideal for individuals or small groups who are looking for a challenging mountain walking experience in the Lake District. This is a tough walk requiring a good level of fitness. This is the toughest and longest route on Scafell Pike so ideally suited to those with some hillwalking experience or those looking for a longer and tougher Scafell Pike guided walk.
Where does it start?
You will meet your group and leaders in Seathwaite which is 25 minutes drive from Keswick. All the information will be sent to you by email after booking.