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Langdale Pikes Guided Walk

20th November 2018


Langdale Pikes guided walk

Is there a more iconic view in the Lake District than the Langdale Pikes?

The Langdale Pikes are the most recognisable peaks in the Lake District. Rugged, steep and breathtakingly, beautiful they rise up from the Langdale Valley, and capture the attention of every walker who visits this area of the Lakes.

On the southern side the peaks are sharp, rocky and dramatic, yet the northern terrain differs with the vast sweeping fells of High Raise and to Sergeant Man, adding much variety to your hillwalking.

The Langdale Pikes are a compact range of peaks which means you can explore several summits with relative ease and enjoy some of the best multi-peak hillwalking in the central Lake District.

Langdale Pikes and Langdale Valley Guided Walk

Langdale Pikes Guided Walk

Our Langdale Pikes walks are small groups and led by one of our expert leaders. Starting and finishing in the Langdale Valley at Stickle Barn, you will enjoy a high-level tour of the Langdale Pikes and tackling 7 summits in a day.

The views are fantastic and you will get to enjoy some of the most breathtaking mountains scenery in the Lake District. Views across to the Helvellyn range, Scafell Pike, Bow Fell, the Langdale Valley towards Windermere, Coniston and the Northern Fells.

If you want to experience the very best of the Lake District then the Langdale Pikes is a must-do walk and one you will always remember.

The Langdale Pikes consist of:

  • Pike of Stickle (709m)
  • Loft Crag (682m)
  • Harrison Stickle (736m)
  • Pavey Ark (700m)
  • High Raise (762) – the highest point in central Lakeland
  • Sergeant Man (736m)
  • Thunacar Knott (723m)

 

Langdale Pikes Map

Guided walks run between April and September each year.

Guaranteed to be a fantastic day and a chance to summit 7 peaks and experience some of the very best views the Lake District has to offer.

Find out more and book your Langdale Pikes and Langdale Valley guided walk.

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  • The Langdale Pikes
  • Langdale Valley Walks
  • Langdale Pikes guided walk and group walk

 

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