About The Lake Districkt

The Lake District is a region and national park in Cumbria in northwest England. A popular vacation destination, it’s known for its glacial ribbon lakes, rugged fell mountain but also with its beauty with summer and winter flowers. Also is know for its outdoor equipment shops. The Lake District Trail takes through peaceful valleys, exhilarating mountain passes, and past pristine lakes and hidden tarns. All set the scene for a walk in a region. Best place for hikings tours and walks.
Area: 2,362 km²
Highest point is Scfell Pike.
 
This route through the English Lake District follows trails along rugged fells, up dramatic mountain passes and past peaceful lakes and tarns. Every day includes exhilarating walks with spectacular views in every direction.
 

About the Tour

 Tour Details: The Lake District in Style:

My name is Elis and  I am the finder of the tour and I will be leading the tour, which I am an expert in team of mountain hiking and outdoors activities,  have been hiking through extreme place, highly experienced,  trip that you will never forget.

Day of arriver: There will two option that we could take the tour through, rout one would be walking from Oxenholme to Windermereone or use the public transport all the way to Windermere.

Our first hiking trails starts  in Windermere, by climbing up to Orrest Head for fantastic views over Windermere and witness a beautiful landscapes that will take your breath away.

Day two: Walk the Lake District Trail staying follow the route from the shores of Lake Windermere through the rugged Central and Eastern Lakeland fells to the market town of Keswick, which we will be taking.

Grasmere Village must be visited, is one of the charming villages en route and loveliest trails that man can step and of course many other places you will come across on this tour, from Grasmere we will hike Helvellyn peak and climb up.

Day three and four we will be In Keswick region and experience some trails in Keswic by climbing Skyddaw peak, and the hight peak of Lake District Scfell Pike.

End of the tour and head our way back to London.

it will be more self guided circular walk takes you deep into the heart of the Lake District. Traverse mountain passes through the rugged fells visiting eight of the famous lakes.

Accommodation:

Overnight in B&B’s, small hotels and guesthouses, specifically chosen to ensure that you enjoy every minute of your stay. They all offer a warm welcome to walkers and traditional hospitality. See some examples of accommodations below.

Meals:

A hearty breakfast is included each morning. Most guesthouses and B&B’s offer a continental and full cooked breakfast, which should keep you going for hours.

 

Lunch and dinner are not included so you are free to choose from the available options. Most of your accommodations will be more than happy to provide a packed lunch on request and this can be booked on arrival. Dinner is available either at your accommodation or nearby pubs and restaurants.

 

Itinerary

Day 1:

Arrived in Oxenholme. hike through to Windermere or use the public transport. A great start point will be lakeside town Windermere, your adventure in the Lake District. climb Wansfell Pike and Orrest Head, admire the gorgeous views over the lake.

Overnight Stay, lets all venture into town from the  B&B and find a local pubto have dinner.

Day 2:

Walk the Lake Distric, from Windermere to Keswick, visit Grasmere Village and climb Helvellyn peak,

Overnight:  B&B, Keswick, find a cosy pub with warm meals.

Day 3:

Keswick region, enjoy the beauty of Kewwick, ourtadning landmarks and we will beclimbing Skyddaw peak.

Overnight Stay: Keswick, find a warm Pub where we all  can have good dinner.

Day 4:

You will be surrounded by the mountain peaks, crags and cliffs which epitomise the Lake District and not first or last we will be Climbing the hight peak of Lake District Scfell Pike.

Make your journey from Keswick home as you bid a fond farewell to the amazing Lake District.

Included

* Train Ticket London Lake District

*3 Nights in B&B’s, small hotels and guesthouses

* 3 Breakfasts

Excluded

* Travel insurance (not required)

* Travel, local travel A to B

* Lunches & Dinners

* Drinks and snacks

* Personal equipment

Clothing & Equipment List for Lake District

Conditions in the mountains and on the summits are significantly colder than people expect.

Please note, if in the opinion of your guide(s) on the day, you are not adequately clothed, I will direct you to the nearest outdoor store, otherwise we will be unable to take you into the mountains!

Essential Clothing/Equipment

  • Hiking boots, waterproof
  • Water proof jacket
  • Waterproof over trousers (Tip; Ensure you can put the over trousers on whilst wearing your boots)
  • Hats, winter hat, inside wooled
  • Mid layer (Worn between the base layer and your jacket, lightweight fleeces are ideal)
  • Gloves. warm and waterproof.
  • sleeping bag,
  • two Mylar Space Blankets, in case)
  • waterproof blanket. or a small little tent.
  • Backpack, (25-35 litres in size depending on how much stuff you want to carry)
  • Food for the day. You will be burning off twice the amount of energy you normally do, so bring enough food. Foods like bananas, dried fruit, flapjacks & sandwiches are good.
  • Water. On hot days you can drink up to 4 pints/2 litres of water. Platypus water sacs are a great way of carrying
  • Flask. On cold days a warm drink is nice to have.
  • Personal Medicines (Inform your guide on the day of any medication you are taking)

Desirable Clothing/Equipment

  • Thick/Walking socks
  • Wicking base layer (This is worn next to the skin and should not be a cotton t-shirt)
  • Hiking trousers (Tip; Do not wear jeans or jogging bottoms)
  • Sun Glasses, skiing glasses
  • Whistle
  • Orange Poly Survival bag (available for a couple of pounds)
  • Walking Poles
  • Be prepared in case of an accident. A whistle can be useful for getting the attention of other people should you need to. An orange poly survival bag is also worth having so you have some shelter in case conditions turn nasty.
  • Take a map of the area and a compass, and make sure you know how to use both.