Ghyll Scrambling and Gorge Walking in the Peak District
Get wet and go wild in the heart of Derbyshire!
Gorge walking in the Peak District is exhilarating fun, perfect for the whole family or your hen and stag do. Test your nerves as we jump in natural pools and scramble up waterfalls. Experience the ultimate adventure activity in Derbyshire, while taking in spectacular scenery.
This is the ideal wet weather alternative (and just as good in the sunshine) when you are looking for an exciting activity to do on your holiday in the Peak District!
We tailor our sessions to your aims and objectives so whether you’re looking to try out gorge walking for the first time or you’re an experienced adrenaline junkie looking for your next thrill, we’ll make our gorge walking session fit you perfectly.
Want More Adventure?
Ghyll scrambling takes around 3 hours and can be done in the morning or afternoon, continue the adventure with a half-day of rock climbing, caving or abseiling.
Location of the Gorge
Distances to the gorge:
Sheffield – 20 minutes and within 1 hour from Manchester, Doncaster, Buxton, Leeds, Bradford, Stoke-on-Trent, Chesterfield, Matlock, Derby, Nottingham, Huddersfield and Barnsley.
We also provide gorge walking and canyoning in other parts of the UK. Read more about our destinations.
Group Experience Days
Schools or Group Bookings
Ghyll scrambling is incredibly popular with schools, stag and hen parties or other large groups looking for something different and exciting. A £100 deposit is required to reserve the activity and the final balance is due 30 days before the event takes place. Deposits are non-refundable but the date can be changed with 30 days notice, subject to availability.
Dates and Prices
Gorge scrambling takes around 3 hours, and can be enjoyed in the morning or afternoon, all year round.
|Number of People||Price Per Person|
|1 person privately guided||£179|
|2 people with private guide||£99|
|3 people with private guide||£79|
|4 people with private guide||£59|
|5-6 people with private guide||£49|
|7-19 people with private guide||£45|
|20+ people with private guide||£39|
|Open Group Events||£49|
How to Book
Booking your place is easy! To get the ball rolling, all we need from you is an email to confirm the dates and activities as well as an initial £100 deposit to reserve your spot, then you’re on your way. The total participant numbers and the final balance isn’t due until 30 days before the activity takes place. To pay the deposit click Pay Now after reading our Terms and Conditions.. Please note that if there is persistant heavy rain before the gorge walk takes place we may have to cancel the trip but we will provide you with another activity. This is extremely rare at this venue but due to the nature of the activity it can happen. Please see our Terms and Conditions for details.
For your safety and security credit/debit card payments are processed through Paypal. YOU DO NOT NEED A PAYPAL ACCOUNT to pay via credit or debit card.
If you do not have a PayPal account, simply click on the Pay Now button below and get directed to the secure PayPal site, ignoring the option to log into PayPal. Look to the bottom of the page where you can click to use a credit/debit card.
Pay your £100 deposit to secure your exciting adventure
Additionally, you can buy an adventure as a gift certificate
Pay by Other Methods
Other payment options are to: send us a cheque, bankers draft or postal order made payable to Lost Earth Adventures Ltd.
Or you can pay by BACS payment to: Lost Earth Adventures LTD, Barclays bank, account number 63070883, sort code 209956 Please state your full name with the BACS reference.
Call us on 01904 500094 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss what we can do for you.
Our equipment is new, clean and the best available for gorge walking, which includes the warmest wetsuits in the industry that will keep you toasty when we’re swimming and scrambling our way through the gorge, so that we can run this activity all year round. We also supply you with neoprene socks and gloves in the colder months.