Scafell Pike Guided Trek

Product code: 10130341

Take on England's highest peak and enjoy truly breathtaking views with this guided trek up to Scafell Pike

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At an imposing 978 metres, Scafell Pike is England’s highest peak. Conquering the Pike takes physical and mental strength, and is a feat to be proud of. With this Scafell Pike guided trek you can challenge yourself to take on the mountain with the assistance of professional mountain leaders. Being guided every step of the way you’ll not have to worry about map reading or navigating, leaving you free to appreciate the majestic views of the countryside below and enjoy your day.
At an impressive and imposing 978 metres, Scafell Pike is England’s highest peak and offers truly breathtaking views over the Lake District. Your friendly guides will meet you at the pre-arranged meeting location, then in a small and friendly group your guide will ensure you have safe and enjoyable day out in the hills. The ultimate goal is to see you safely to the summit of Scafell Pike. Please note this walk is approximately 11 miles.

This experience is available at Cumbria:

  • Cumbria (North) - Keswick
Your voucher is valid for 10 months. This package is for one person. This experience usually runs on Saturdays, Sundays and every other Thursday but other dates may be added. Minimum age for the experience is 10, all under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult. Experience typically lasts from 9.30am-6pm. Full kit list will be provided at the point of booking the date with the supplier. Customers must supply their own packed lunch. To take full advantage of this experience you must maintain a reasonable level of fitness and be able to walk reasonably long distances. All dates are subject to availability.
Scafell Pike Guided Trek
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Our fiftieth birthday As a joint Christmas present, my wife's sister arranged a guided walk up England's highest peak, Scafell Pike. We finally took up the challenge on 18 October 2014. The weather on the day could best be described as grim, with low cloud on the mountain and howling winds. Despite this, we had a fantastic time and met a great bunch of people in our group, who ranged from those simply out for the day like us, to those embarking on charitable ventures to raise money for great causes. Our guide Matt was a consummate professional taking time with each member of the group and almost appearing to be in several places at once (does he have any twins?) He inspired the group giving us the confidence to tackle weather and conditions that would normally beat us. His Labrador "Lexi" was a glowing beacon in her orange jacket, leading us onwards and identifying our group if we ever lagged behind. She could always raise our spirits on the hardest parts of the trail with her constant search for another "stick" even if it were still growing in the ground! Over all despite not seeing anything bar cloud on the summit and nearly being blown off our feet a number of times, this was a memorable present (and hopefully one that will inspire us to explore the beauty of the British countryside further). Thanks for the experience. 22 October 2014
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