23-26 November 2020
The Western Fells are the least accessible hills in The Lake District and, as such, they are the quieter, more relaxing and less spoilt hills in the national park!
The weekend will involve hiking the quieter, more remote areas of The Lake District to clear your mind and open your senses to your majestic surroundings. This trip will involve easy hiking to some of the most wonderful viewpoints in Lakeland - mountain tops, waterfalls, hidden valleys! - for it's peaceful tranquility, this is my favourite area of England and I'd love to share my secrets of the area with you.
Small group!! (Maximum 6-people) and, as always, Rail travel, Food, Accommodation and Guided hiking all included in the cost - Just turn up at the pre-determined point in London and enjoy!
This trip is suitable for everyone and no prior experience is necessary.The small group size will enable us to enjoy the tranquility of the area whilst enabling a flexible itinerary to explore the hidden gems that The Lake District has to offer.
Please note that exact timings and order of activities are subject to change, based on the local conditions at the time, and plans can be loose to allow for uncontrollable factors such as the weather.
Day 1 – Monday
Meet outside Euston Railway Station for an early departure to The Lake District where you will be collected from the train station and transported to the start of your first hike - an easy one to stretch the legs - before checking in to your exclusive bunkhouse/hostel accommodation in the western fells
Day 2 - Tuesday
Head out to explore the Western Fells (specific details are a secret ;)
We will end the day in a remote rural pub for hearty food and drinks.
Day 3 – Wednesday
Hiking directly from our remote accommodation, we will climb some to some of the higher peaks in the area for stunning views of the region. We will then return to the accommodation for dinner and drinks
Day 3 – Thursday
Pack the minibus and head out for another wonderful day of hiking the Western Fells, before returning to the train station for a relaxing rail journey back to London