Guided walks with Will4Adventure

Available to groups or individuals we offer you the opportunity to book our expertise to lead you on our guided walks in the Peak District, Lake District, Snowdonia or anywhere you wish to explore …

Guided Walks with Will4Adventure

guided walking with Will4Adventure in the Peak District

Hire your own personal walking guide…

With our public rights of way and historic access land Britain offers a wealth of brilliant walking. Here are a handful of other choice walks you might like to book a leader for … Perfect for special occasions such as birthdays or anniversaries, or for groups on walking holidays, we can tailor a day (or days) to suit you.

Walks in The Peak District

  • Chrome Hill and Parkhouse Hill – the locals call this the Dragon’s Back … and when you see it you’ll realise why. Easy to organise a walk that is short and within a half day – though a steady head for heights might be necessary for a climb to the top! This walk is easy to access from Bakewell or Buxton.
  • Spend half a day or a day exploring the Monsal and Lathkill Dales situated between Bakewell and Buxton– wonderful walking combining hill tops with valley bottoms.
  • Bag the park’s highest hill – Kinder Scout. A traverse of the edges or an adventure of peat bogs and aircraft wrecks. If you want us to take you up here it would be best to allow a day to do so. Close to Castleton, Hope, Edale.
  • Marsden to Edale – Leave the car at home – and use the train to access this great walk which aims to cover the first two days of the Penine Way (in a single day). This is an arduous day’s trek across the toughest terrain the Peak District can throw at you … The route traverses approximately 25 miles of rough, wild, moorland and is unrelenting in its challenge with the culmination crossing the highest point of the Peak – Kinder Scout.

Price per group (maximum 6) – £180 for a full day or £120 for a half day

Walks in the Lake District

Home to England’s highest mountain, Scafel Pike, this is a vast national park offering low level strolls and high top adventures alike!

  • The English 3000s – 4 mighty mountains inside 4 great days
  • Near Ambleside is the Langdale Valley offering a great starting point to access hills near and far.  A circuit of the Langdale Pikes is a classic day out taking maybe 6 or 7 hours.
  • From Keswick, easy or hard walks are easily found amongst the hills of Cat Bells or further afoot to Glaramara and Great End.
  • If exposure to height isn’t a problem a great day out is to climb Helvelyn from Glaramara – up and down in a longish morning is easily achieved.
  • Many more great Lake District walks that we can lead you on can be found on WalkingEnglishman.com

Price per group (maximum 6) – from £180 for a full day

Walks in Snowdonia

Home to Wales’ 14 highest mountains in one fun-packed national park, Snowdonia’s wonderful jagged spires offer simple walks or full-on mountain adventures – croeso!

  • Climb Wales’ highest mountain Snowdon. Now there’s a right way to do this mountain, a wrong way and an adventurous way … Join us for an ascent of this one and we’ll do our best to find the right way for you and maybe try something a little more off the beaten track too. If it’s an adventure you want we will also happily guide you along Crib Goch too – but a head for heights is vital for this option.
  • A traverse of the Carneddau offer you the opportunity to bag 6 of Wales’ highest peaks in one day – and if you can leave a car at one end, a fabulous route that links up all the summits of this ridgeline takes you 18 miles from the coast at Conwy to the A5 in the Ogwen Valley. Wonderful day!
  • Y Garn and the Nantle Ridge is a wonderful ridgeline to explore and well out the way from the usual honey pots – with many options taking us from 3 hours to 7.

Price per group (maximum 6) – £180 for a full day

Yorkshire Dales – The Yorkshire Three Peaks

Nature: 25 miles – this is the original Three Peaks Challenge – a North of England classic and an ideal first experience for the adventure trekker. Starting and finishing in Horton in Ribblesdale and working clockwise we’ll attempt to walk the three highest hills of Yorkshire inside 12 hours.

Start / Finish: Horton in Ribblesdale
Accommodation: camping, bunkhouse or B&B
Price per group (1 – 6 people per leader) : £360 guiding only

Hadrian’s Wall Trail (best three days) – Northumberland

Nature: Hadrian’s Wall Path is the popular National Trail shadowing the historic line of Hadrian’s Wall. Here’s a choice selection spanning around 28 miles of the route which leads us on an historic journey through rolling hills taking in the rugged and beautiful British countryside with a healthy dose of Roman engineering!

Base Point: Once Brewed
Accommodation: Camping / YHA / B&B to suit
Price per group (1 to 6 people per leader) : £720 (three days) guiding only

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South Wales Classic – The Brecon Beacons

Nature: Everyone loves this hill – the highest in South Wales: for its beauty by walkers and for its challenge by the SAS. However you take it – you can be sure of a great weekend on the hill with these great two days in the Brecons.

Base Point: Brecon or better …Talybont on Usk
Accommodation: Camping / B&B to suit
Price per group (maximum 6) – £180 for a full day or £120 for a half day

A Note on Wild Camping

Wild camping – it’s natural, it’s organic, it’s low carbon footprint and everyone’s talking about it. It’s the new ‘in thing’ and it’s about time that you tried it!

Normally when you go camping you would book into a roadside campsite – pay your money and erect your tent next to your car. When you are wild camping you walk several miles into the middle of nowhere, select your spot and pitch your tent. It’s that simple.

True you have to carry your tent, and there won’t be a shower block when you get there. But there is a certain excitement and romance about solitude in the wilderness. And it doesn’t matter what the weather is like – it can be absolutely storming and howling or a beautiful vista out there, either way you’ll be chuckling with excitement – it’s really that great. Perched on a hill, away from noisy neighbours and busy roads a whole new feeling of contentment and joy will strike to your very core. Get it right and it’s brilliant. (We can provide the tents too).

There is a code to wild camping in England and Wales. Broadly it is as follows:

  • The pitch must be out of view of any road
  • You must erect your tent last thing and strike camp first thing
  • Where you camp should be at least 600m above sea level
  • You can not light a fire (for many good reasons)
  • You must not leave any litter (including your loo paper!)
  • And on that note – all ablutions need to be done in a hole and at least 30m down hill of any water source