Walking in the Lake District
Duration: 2-12 nights
Price point: Mid-range
Self-guided and privately guided walking holidays in the Lake District.
Choose from a wide range of itineraries covering all areas of the Lake District
All walks are graded from 'easy' to 'challenging' with options to choose from on each day
Includes clear and concise route notes and maps
Stay overnight in hand-picked accommodation with en-suite rooms
Personal service throughout from an experienced team with indepth knowledge of the region.
Unique, well-designed walking itineraries come complete with maps and route cards.
On most of the self-guided walking holidays, you have the option each day of choosing from either a challenging or a moderate walk. Both options begin and end at the same point so the choice can be made individually and at the last minute.
The supplier provides a personalised service, including pre-departure briefings if requested and an emergency contact number for use during your holiday.
At a glance
Location: The Lake District. Can also provide self-guided walks on all of the major long distance paths in Northern England.
Trip type: Private. Can be self-guided or privately guided.
Season: 31 March to 24 October
Grading/difficulty: Should be of at least average fitness and capable of walking over uneven ground including uphill for sustained periods (minimum 3 - 4 hours).
Getting there: Train (Penrith for North Lakes and Windermere for South Lakes) or car.
Pick-ups: From train stations or from Manchester airport by arrangement.
Age restrictions: No minimum age but under 16s should be accompanied by parent or guardian
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Sustainability and values
Walking holidays are intrinsically environmentally friendly.
This walking tour operator has invested in sustainable products for their information packs (e.g. compostable and/or recyclable packaging).
They are involved in the local community and have sponsored and organised several local events to raise funds for the local mountain rescue organisations and for the Great North Air Ambulance.
If you care about Climate Change, you'll care about carbon emissions from travel
All of the tours offered through Natural Britain have been assessed for the amount of carbon emitted and this is shown against each featured itinerary below. To help make sense of this figure, you can head over to our Carbon Emissions page for useful comparisons with overseas travel etc.
"Discover the Lake District your way"
This walking tour company was set up by husband & wife team, Pete and Karen in 2001. Together, they take care of all the arrangements and are your main contact point.
Lakeland Walker Short Break
A short break in the heart of the Cumbrian Fells based in Keswick
Self-guided supported walking in the Lake District
Choose between a moderate walking route and a more demanding option taking in several fell tops
Walk the Skiddaw Range and Skiddaw - England's 4th highest mountain
Option to summit Scafell Pike and make the trip demanding
This tours runs on a private basis from March to October. Prices from:
Twin Share: £275
Scafell Pike supplement: £40
There are no set dates for this tour so please select your preferred departure date and we will contact you to discuss requirements.
The carbon impact of this trip is
38.1 kg CO2e per person
The above calculation shows the approximate amount of carbon that will be emitted by taking this trip (this does not include meals or getting to the destination). Details of how this figure is calculated can be found on our
Carbon Emissions page.
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