Mountain Scrambling

Rock Scrambling in the Lake District

Bridging the gap between walking and rock climbing, scrambling will mean you get your hands on the rock, scrambling up rocky steps, slabs, chimneys and arêtes to a mountain summit in the company of our experienced instructors.

As it borders on rock climbing at times, we may use some simple rope work, and the beauty of this adventure is that it allows you access to areas beyond the casual hill-walker’s reach. Up there among truly impressive scenery, your journey will take you up 1000ft to a stunning view across the Lakeland fells and a real sense of achievement.

Scrambling in the Lake District is great fun for groups and is also a really good way of tiring out the kids!

What is it?

There are a huge number of scrambles in the Lakes, but many are quite short. We will aim to plan a day with you which will enable us to link a number of these together, to maximise the challenge, whilst still getting to some fell tops. Which one we use will depend on your group size / previous experience and the expected weather conditions.

Who teaches us?

All our instructors are proven climbers with a true passion and love for their sport. They have all climbed extensively both in Britain and abroad and have the experience and knowledge to make your day truly memorable. They will hold the MCI (Mountaineering Climbing Instructor formally MIA) Award, which is the top summer mountain award in the UK. We take pride in only employing local instructors who will tailor the day perfectly to your needs using their extensive knowledge of all the scrambles in the area.


Typical Itinerary


Meet up at carpark.


Issue the kit, and get walking to the start of the scramble.


Finish, walk down and head home.

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