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Scafell pike – 10 Mile Challenge – Corridor route, via SeathwaiteBlank

Scafell pike – 10 Mile Challenge – Corridor route, via Seathwaite

9th July , 2023 @ 08:30 15:00


This route takes you on a breathtaking journey up to Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England.

The route begins by following a path past Styhead Tarn along the Corridor Route, popular due to its stunning scenery.

Once you reach the summit of Scafell Pike you will be able to take in the views of the surrounding fells and lakes, with weather permitting, the distant views of the Irish Sea and Southern Scotland.

Leaving Scafell pike we will ascend over Broad Crag and Great End before returning back to Seathwaite via Ruddy Gill.

This hike is sure to provide a memorable experience that you won’t soon forget.

Hike Stats

Event Type: Advanced Hike

Distance: 10 miles

Difficulty: 4/5 – Good level of fitness required

Duration: Approximately 6 hours including lunch and breaks

Peaks: Scafell Pike, Broad Cragg, Great End

Where to Meet

We will be meeting at the Seathwaite Parking on Styhead Pass 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: ///possibly.whisker.paddock

Seathwaite Parking, Styhead Pass
Keswick,CumbriaCA12 5XJUnited Kingdom
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Please take some time to read our FAQs. If the question you need answering is not listed, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us for more information.

Can I bring my dog?

Well trained dogs are allowed on our low level walks only.

What is your refund/cancellation policy?

Our full refund and cancellation policy can be found here.

Is there a minimum age limit?

On our scramble and advanced hikes the minimum age is 16 accompanied by an adult. For our low-level walks all ages are welcome with under 16s being accompanied by an adult.

What kit do I need ?

A full required kit list can be found below.

Kit List

Make sure you have all items with you before attending one of our guided walks. These will be checked before starting and entry refused in some cases.

Waterproof Jacket & Trousers

Even if it is forecast blue skies all day the Lake District is known for its rapidly changing weather conditions. Attendees should be prepared for these sudden weather changes bringing appropriate waterproof jackets and over trousers.

Warm clothing

When it comes to hiking, layering is key to staying comfortable and safe on the trail. The layering system is a way to dress in layers that can be added or removed as the temperature and activity level change. It allows you to adapt to the changing conditions and stay comfortable throughout your hike. For a full breakdown, take a look at our blog post here.

Hiking boots/Trail Shoes

Hiking boots or trail shoes are essential, strictly no wellies.


We recommend a minimum of 20L rucksack will be needed to carry all items necessary for one of our guided walks.


For our medium hikes and scrambles we would recommend carrying a minimum of 1L of water. On the Low Level walks 500ml should suffice.

Head torch

This is a critical piece of equipment even for walks that will be starting during daylight hours.

Packed Lunch

Food for half way break, giving some much needed energy for the descent.