Guided Hiking Trips in the Mountains of the UK
Hill Walking and Mountain Challenges
Yorkshire, Peak District, Wales, Derbyshire, Lake District and Scotland
We want you to get the most out of your day. All hiking days can be run as privately-guided sessions for you and your group, givng you the freedom and flexibility to make your day your own. You could also choose to join a group event. These events run from spring to summer.
We provide guiding in any mountain area of the UK during any time of day at any time in the year. Just let us know and we’ll help arrange your trek. We also provide treks in the Nepalese Himalaya, the jungles of South East Asia and various peaks in Africa.
Here are some suggested UK itineraries:
Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge
Whernside 736m, Ingleborough 724m, Pen-Y-Ghent 694m
The classic walk in the Yorkshire Dales. Approximately 23 miles with an elevation gain of over 1,000m. Start at Horton in Ribblesdale, the walk is a circular route of the hills. Want to complete it in 12 hours? We’ll help you get there.
Climb Snowdon (1,085m)
Summit the highest mountain in Wales
A superb challenge for all abilities. A range of routes on offer, all with spectacular views across Snowdonia National Park. Will you choose the classic Pig Track and Miner’s route or an epic day scrambling via Crib Goch?
Climb Scafell Pike (978m)
Conquer the highest mountain in England
Reach the highest point in England as you take on the mighty Scafell Pike. From the summit, you can enjoy glorious panoramic views. On a clear day, you can see peaks as far away as Wales, Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man.
Climb Ben Nevis (1,344m)
Reach the UK’s highest point
See what the world looks like 1344m up and summit the legendary Ben Nevis! An extraordinary achievement, the peak has views stretching far across Scotland and is easily one of our favourite treks.
National 3 Peaks Challenge
What is the National 3 Peaks Challenge?
Try climbing the highest peaks of England, Scotland and Wales in 24 hours. This adventure has 2,926m of climbing (almost 10,000ft!) and a total walking distance of 36km (22 miles). Let’s do this!
Why walk Hadrian’s Wall?
Hadrian’s Wall is not only a UNESCO World Heritage site, but it’s the largest surviving Roman monument in Europe. Soak up the history, the views and the nature that stretches on for miles all around on this special walk.
Edale Skyline Challenge
What is the Edale Skyline Challenge?
A classic circular route taking you on a grand tour around the Edale Valley. Cross 21 miles of tracks and trails, climbing nearly 1,400m. This marvellous challenge showcases some of the best landscapes in the Peak District.
Peak District 9 Edges Challenge
What is the Peak District 9 Edges?
Hike 21 miles on a classic linear route across the Peak District, crossing the most famous of its gritstone edges. A challenging route, but the rewarding vistas and formations make this one extra special.
More Peak District Walks and Hikes
Explore this magnificent landscape
This area is wild and staggeringly beautiful. People visit the Peak District from all over the country. Rugged terrain, verdant valleys, lofty summits, vast moorland punctuated by outcrops of gritstone. You’re spoilt for choice!
Not found a hike for you? We can arrange bespoke treks, walks and hikes just about anywhere in the UK. Just contact us. Simply tell us where you want to go and when and we’ll do the rest.
Want to walk abroad? We have some incredible walks and hikes available in Africa and Asia. Why not explore what Mt Toubkal in Morocco has to offer, or bucket list Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. We’re experts in Nepal and have so many treks available across the length and breadth of the Himalayas. Get involved and check out our world tours.