Plan your own mountain adventures

Some classic walks include:

  • Scafell Pike, Skiddaw, Scafell or Helvellyn - the 3,000ft+ mountains in England (Lake District)
  • The Howgill Fells (Lake District/Yorkshire Dakes)
  • Parts of the Cleveland Way (North York Moors)
  • The Wainstones (North York Moors)
  • Cow Green reservoir, Cauldron Spout to High Cup Nick (North Pennines)
  • Any of the Yorkshire Three Peaks - Ingleborough, Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside (Yorkshire Dales)
  • Great Shunner Fell and Lovely Seat (Yorkshire Dales)
  • Win Hill, Kinder Scout, Mam Tor, Loose Hill (Peak District)
  • Snowdonia can offer some classic multi-day walks. It is possible to climb all 14/15 (depending on which you include) 3,000ft+ summits in 24h or over a more leisurely 3 days
  • The Highlands offer such a vast range of different hills and mountains you are spoiled for choice! There are 282 Munros, 222 Corbetts, and plenty of other hill lists to start ticking off
  • There are 214 'Wainwrights' in England's Lake District, first described by Alfred Wainwright. 


Some classic areas include:

  • Snowdonia and the Lake District National Parks offer some superb high-level wild camping.
  • The North Pennines circuit of Meldon Hill and Cow Green reservoir takes in High Cup Nick and the highest summit of the Pennines - Crossfell at 893m / 2,930ft.
  • The Cairngorms offer an almost unsurpassed area of spectacular scenery in a vast area.
  • The Fisherfields have a classic 5 Munro circuit to the south of Ullapool in the North West. Nearby is the mighty An Teallach and the 9 Fannaich Munros - also worthy of a trek.
  • From Corrour railway station (famous from the film Trainspotting) it is possible to trek back to Fort William over 2-3 nights over the Grey Corries, Aonnachs and Ben Nevis or the Mammores.
  • Glen Affric is perhaps one of the most spectacular glens in Scotland with some of the oldest Caledonian Pine Forests - with Glen Shiel, Knoydart and Loch Mullardoch nearby.
  • And many, many more...


Any bespoke event will be very much tailored to the experience you and your family/friends want and where you are staying. Under 18s are welcome so long as they are accompanied by parent(s)/guardian(s). Any of our set publicised events can be replicated for you as a bespoke private activity.

​We can make good suggestions as to a great experience and day(s) out or if you have a particular goal or challenge in mind.

The Scottish Highlands are an enormous area, but let us know where you are intending to stay and we can look at options with you. Major centres to start from in Scotland include (but are by no means limited to): Crianlarich, Arrochar, Killin, Perth, Aberfeldy, Pitlochry, Braemar, Ballater, Blair Atholl, Glencoe, Oban, Fort William, Spean Bridge, Fort Augustus, Kyle of Lochalsh, Newtonmore, Kingussie, Dalwhinnie, Aviemore, Inverness, Ullapool (pretty much anywhere on the major A82 (western) and A9 (eastern) road networks and anywhere inbetween!

In Snowdonia, the major centres include: Betws-y-Coed, Capel Curig (a great meeting point), Llanberis, Dolgellau.

We also operate in other areas such as the English Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales, Peak District, North Pennines, Northumberland and the North York Moors. For a map of the Northern National Parks, please see here.

Next steps:

​​If you want a bespoke event created for you, or have seen something advertised but prefer to go as a group of friends/family, or if you have a particular mountain or range in mind you'd like to climb then quite simply start by getting in touch - either on the Contact page or by email

We'll respond as quickly as we can but please note that we may be away on other events and in remote places out of email/phone reception. However as soon as we reach civilisation we'll get back to you.

Plan your own mountain adventures. Whatever your goal, we can see if we can help you achieve it. If we can't - we'll recommend someone who can! Guided Mountain Adventures can be almost anywhere in you want to go in the British Mountains

We can offer a number of bespoke hill and mountain walking activities such as guided walks, treks and wilderness camping in the British hills and mountains. We can recommend options depending on where you might be staying if you are visiting Britain or have never been to the area before. We don't have any of the great mountain ranges such as the Alps or Andes, but being on the Atlantic we certainly do get the weather. It's not unheard of to experience blizzards on the summer solstice so a lot will depend on the weather, your level of experience, fitness and your aims so please get in touch to discuss if you're not sure.​