The valleys which radiate from the central massif of mountains contain long, deep, glacially formed lakes which provide a marvelous contrast to the spectacular peaks and give the area its name.
The scenery in the Lake District never fails to leave the visitor with a sense of awe, and an understanding of why this landscape inspired a generation of poets.
This unique landscape, which has been nominated as one of National Geographic's top ten 'must-see' destinations in the world, has a superb network of footpaths and tracks which stretches through the valleys and along the lake shores, as well as traversing the flanks and summits of the high fells, making it accessible to all.
The individual walks will depend upon the grade of the walking tour, however, they will all pass through the wonderful scenery of the valleys and lakeshores of the central Lake District, visiting Rydal, Langdale, the surging waterfall at Skelwith Bridge, pre-historic Castlerigg stone circle, and lonely Easedale Tarn.
On guided walking tour you will be provided with a detailed information how to get the hotel or guest house at which you will be accommodated for the duration of the vacations. Detailed route descriptions for each day's walk on waterproof, laminated cards are available for every traveler. There are also explore maps and guided books.