The walk to Easedale Tarn is simply stunning. As a low level fell, the route is easily accessible with plenty of stops along the way to ensure you enjoy the beauty of this Lakeland jewel.
The route to the tarn runs alongside the awe-inspiring waterfalls of Sour Milk Gill offering fantastic photo opportunities alongside one of the Lake Districts favourite beauty spots.
A popular Lakeland route, the Fairfield Horseshoe offers fantastic panoramic views of the stunning Lakeland landscape. Starting and finishing in Rydal this circular route navigates the classic ridge taking in a number of Wainwright summits along the way, including; Low Pike, High Pike, Dove Crag, Hart Crag, Fairfield, Great Rigg, Heron Pike and Nab Scar.
The Fairfield Horseshoe is a legendary lakeland walk and one that should not be missed!
As a low level fell the route to the summit of Helm Crag is easily accessible, with an easy to moderate profile, offering a fantastic introduction to fell walking.
Starting out from the picturesque village of Grasmere the ascent climbs gradually along well laid paths that lead to the summit of the fell offering breathtaking views.
A classic 3,000ft Lakeland fell (the 3rd highest peak in England), Helvellyn is a personal favourite.
Upon reaching the plateaued summit, a true sense of achievement can be felt as you are rewarded for your efforts with the breath-taking sights of Swirral Edge, Striding Edge and Red Tarn below. Truly special!.
Every step on Helvellyn is a reward... do not miss out!
Loughrigg Fell can only be described as beautiful. As a low lying fell this Lakeland beauty finds itself nestled in the midsts of the imposing Langdale Pikes, Fairfield Horseshoe, High Raise and Silver How.
With its central isolated position Loughrigg offers the ultimate 360º views of surrounding fells with the scenery stretching as far as Lake Windermere.