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Sat, 11 Jun


Hartsop, Penrith CA11 0NY, UK

Hartsop Wainwright Bonanza - Guided Walk

Send your pedometer into overdrive on this epic 8-10 hour guided walk with some of the most dramatic scenery in the Lake District for company, ticking off 7 summits (all Wainwrights if you're ticking them off!) and just a 15 minute drive from Windermere.

Hartsop Wainwright Bonanza - Guided Walk
Hartsop Wainwright Bonanza - Guided Walk

Time & Location

11 Jun 2022, 09:00

Hartsop, Penrith CA11 0NY, UK

About the event

Join me on this epic 8-10 hour guided walk (depending on group pace) in the Lake District, the start of which is just a 15 minute drive from Windermere.  A supportive, friendly and encouraging welcome awaits you from a qualified mountain leader (also first-aider and registered nurse) and all the other participants.

The route will take us to the glorious summit of High Street, knocking a few others off on the way - Brock Crags, The Knott, Rampsgill Head, Kidsty Pike, High Raise and Rest Dodd - 7 Wainwright’s in total.  If you don't know who Wainwright is....look him icon of Cumbria.

You don’t need to be a seasoned hill walker to take part but you do need sufficient fitness to walk for 8 hours on steep paths on ascent and descent, with reasonable balance and coordination.  We will journey at a comfortable pace, allowing for plenty of photo opportunities and refreshment stops as necessary.

Sturdy, well worn-in walking boots and walking poles are essential as the path will be uneven, slippy and boggy in places.

What's included: 

Leadership from qualified mountain leader / first aider 

Wonderful views (weather permitting) 

Support and encouragement 

Group support

Sense of achievement at the end!

Cost: £35 pp

Distance: 10 miles

Start time: 9am

Meeting point: Hartsop, near Patterdale, Cumbria (15 mins drive from Windermere)

Group size: 6 places available

How to pay:

SUP & Summit ask that you pay for your activity or voucher by bank transfer as this method does not incur any charges. Companies such as PayPal take up to 3% of every transaction made and therefore, absorbing these fees means that we have to charge more for our activities or have bigger groups - something we obviously want avoid.

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