Our 6 Adventure Guides have classic routes for walkers, cyclists and paddlers in the Cairngorms, Highlands, Isle of Skye, Lake District, Peak District and Snowdonia. The routes are on the highest mountains, deepest lakes and remote areas with stunning scenery.
Fort William and Lochaber
A huge outdoor playground with 34 Munros, isolated Lochs and large areas of wilderness. Ben Nevis and Glencoe have classic routes for mountaineers and hillwalkers. The Nevis Range and Glencoe Mountain have well developed ski centers that transform to Mountain Bike centers when the snow melts.
Isle of Skye
The Isle of Skye is one of the most popular destinations for adventure in Scotland and it’s not hard to see why. Jagged peaks, fantastic mountain bike tracks and a stunning coastline make Skye a fantastic adventure destination
Picturesque Lake District is home to England’s highest mountain Skafell Pike and deepest lake, Wastwater. It’s the spiritual home to British climbing with some of the best scrambling in Britain.
The Peak District is a popular weekend destination for walkers, cyclists, mountain bikers and climbers. It’s located between Manchester and Sheffield and extends south to Ashbourne in Derbyshire.
The dramatic mountainous landscape is perfect for walkers, climbers and mountain bikers. Snowdon is climbed by over 300,00 people every year making it the most popular mountain in the UK.
Adventure guides for the top 6 regions in the UK including the Cairngorms, Fort William, Isle of Skye, Lake District, Peak District and Snowdonia.