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The North-Western Lake District is the most remote and least visited part of Lakeland. Within its boundaries are the hidden jewels of Buttermere and Crummock Water and the sombre Wastwater which is the deepest of the lakes, lying in the shadow of England's highest mountain.
This simply glorious valley to valley walk includes the option to bag some of the big peaks including Grasmoor, Great Gable and Scafell Pike. Alternatively you can admire them from below as you follow ancient trading routes across the passes that connect these remote westerly valleys. On most days there are two options - a relatively moderate walk and a more demanding alternative. They both reach the same place at the end of the day so you can mix and match as you go along depending how you feel when you set off each morning.
£475 per person inclusive of 6 nights' accommodation in ensuite twin-share room on bed & breakfast basis, baggage transfer, full route notes and/or guidebook, and all necessary maps plus an emergency contact number.
Single rooms are available. We only apply a supplement for single accommodation when there is a direct cost to us and we cap this at a maximum of £25 per night. Solo walkers pay a supplement of £8 per night, plus any single supplement required.
- Regional Tourist Board Member