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Kendal

After the success of our Yoga & Hiking this October Into the Outside are thrilled to once again team up with Anna Hill Therapies to offer 4 days, 3 nights of journeying for the body & mind, set in the inspirational Lake District.

 

Millom

Black Combe is one of the Lake District's most famous southerly peaks.

 

Ambleside

Fairfield forms the centrepiece of the famous Fairfield Horseshoe, a collection of crags and pikes beginning from Ambleside and ending at Rydal Mount in the west.

 

Keswick

This mountain is one of the oldest formations in the Lake District (and indeed in Europe) and provides a variety of gentle ascents for even the most inexperienced walker. Skiddaw overlooks the popular market town of Keswick.

 

Keswick

Grisedale Pike forms the backdrop to Derwentwater's western shore.

 

Langdale

At 964m Scafell is the second highest peak in England and offers stunning views over Wastwater to the west and the Langdale Pikes to the east.

 

Langdale

Bowfell is an impressive mountain, flanked to the south by Crinkle Crags and to the north by the Langdale Pikes.

 

Coniston

Coniston Old Man is one of the better-known fells.

 

Buttermere

Situated on the western fells near Ennerdale, Pillar is the 11th largest mountain in the area.

 

Borrowdale

Great Gable stands to the north-east of Wastwater and offers a variety of climbs for walkers and climbers.

 

Langdale

At 978 metres Scafell Pike is the highest peak in England.

 

Ullswater

Helvellyn is the third highest mountain in the Lake District.

 

Keswick

Set near Skiddaw forest overlooking the River Greta in the north of the Lake District, Blencathra is one of the county's most renowned peaks.

 
 

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