the best guided walks in the Lake District
Keswick Rambles, Lake District Guided Walks

How many times have you said to yourself, 'I would love to go there but I can't go on my own'. Well you don't have to, come out with us, we were the first to set up safe guided walks in the Lake District and have been providing mountain guided walks for over 30 years! We look after the environment when possible as our walks use buses, the launch, or local taxis but best of all they use your feet.

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Keswick Rambles provides a guiding service for people who want to see more of the Lake District on foot rather than stay in their car. Our routes follow footpaths and avoid any dangerous rock scrambles, so an enjoyable day out is our aim rather than a workout! Serious scrambling and climbing are no part of our remit.

Our walks are all day, generally between 9.30 and 4.30. Pete Armstrong, our leader is from Keswick and his local knowledge enlivens and adds interest to your day out with KR. Having a guide ensures that you go further than you might on your own and that you don't have to worry about the route because the navigation is taken care of.

In summary we like to cater for the average hiker who does not want to scramble up Sharp Edge or do the Ten Peaks Challenge.

Heading off towards the Langdale Pikes
If you want to see previous hikes and read about the routes, then go to our blog which is often updated with the latest hike we have just completed.
KR Leaders - Castle Crag - Christmas Day 2014. Pete Armstrong and Lyn with Bella

"Join us for a good days walk because you'll go further with Keswick Rambles"

Walks come in 3 grades.
A = Steep, high, rocky or rugged mountain tops sometimes with longer approaches, make this a hard day; fitness essential
B = A good walk usually covering a few felltops with several ascents and descents; strenuous
C =A fairly easy walk; with maybe only one top to climb, suitable for active walkers

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