Brush Stroke


Brush Stroke

England may not be a country renowned for its mountains, however, this doesn’t mean there isn’t some amazing trips to be had exploring them.

Brush Stroke

A lot of our mountains are the perfect starting point for those looking to challenge themselves in hikes or get a taste for mountain expeditions without having to commit too much.

Helvellyn (950m)

Helvellyn is one of the more accessible mountains in England, with starting points in many of the surrounding villages. It offers stunning geographic views across the region.

This mountain is also famous for its rock climbing history, with cliffs to the north and south including the Napes and Kern Knotts.

Great Gable (899m)

Known as being the birthplace for rock climbing in the Lake District Pillar Mountain stands at 892 metres above sea level. It is an area of special scientific interest.

Pillar (892m)

It is one of the most popular mountains in the Lake District because of the wide variety of different routes to the summit.

Blencathra (868m)

St Sunday Crag is most well known for its distinctive rounded shape and its spectacular views; with a great view over Ullswater lake and a view of Scafell Pike in the distance!

St Sunday Crag (841m)



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