23rd March @ 08:30 – 14:00
The Langdale Pikes is a moderately difficulty hike that offers stunning views of the picturesque Langdale Valley and surrounding fells.
An old packhorse route filled with dramatic scenery, with the summit offering 360 degree views of rolling hills, ridges and sparkling waterfalls.
The descent down Langdale Pikes follows a rocky path back down to the valley, with plenty of opportunities for photo stops and chance to take in the breathtaking views.
Where to Meet
We will be meeting at the National Trust – Sticklebarn and The Langdales car park at 08:00am, aiming to commence the walk at 08:30am.
It is important to note that mobile phone signal can be very limited in the Lake District national park with the other challenge of some roads not actually being listed on Google Maps.
For this reason, we would recommend saving “Cumbria” as a offline map to your mobile device, allowing turn by turn navigation even with no mobile internet. If you are unsure how to do this, please read our blog post here.
We also recommend downloading the what3words app to your mobile phone. This allows navigation to unlisted roads/places using simply a three word phrase.
what3words phrase: ///screening.sound.craft
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We have a wide selection of different walks and hikes running throughout the whole season. Click the below link to view our full calendar of guided walks we currently have planned.
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