UK Adventure Trips
All UK Adventure trips as a VIP service for 1-2 people or as a private group for Friends and Family including Sports Clubs, Corporate and charity organisations are organised and lead by our expert UK Adventure Leaders with over 25 years’ experience challenging the hills and mountains of the British Isles. Either as a one-off challenge or as a progression and succession of UK Adventure Trips throughout the year, is realised through careful design and planning to include different weather conditions through every season.
The UK Adventure Trips are an ideal opportunity to set progressive personal goals and to also bring groups together as a Team experience including in some cases, helping to raise awareness and funds for vital Community projects.
Sustainable activity which enhances personal and collective performance including metal fitness, emotional resilience and physical health
Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge
One of the best one-day UK Adventure Trip Challenges out there that tests you and the Team. The feeling of achievement and balanced wellbeing after the challenge is second to none!
Lose Hill Mam Tor Walk
Explore Hope Valley with climbing up to the top of Lose Hill and along the iconic ridgeline to Mam Tor. Mam Tor will reward you with one of the most dramatic viewpoints in the Peak District.
National 3 Peaks Challenge: Snowdon, Scafell Pike, Ben Nevis
Take on the three highest peaks of Scotland, England, and Wales all within in 24 hours. This is a challenge not to be missed.
The Sandstone Trail follows a sandstone ridge through the Cheshire plain, with some of the best walking/running areas in the county spanning between Shropshire and Cheshire.
Helvellyn ridge-line and summit walk
Trek up the most iconic mountain in the Lake District. Helvellyn is the third highest mountain in England, with two very popular scramble ridges.
Ben Nevis Walk
Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in Britain. The summit route is the standard way up the mountain; it is straightforward and strenuous by hillwalking standards.
Snowdon 4hr speed ascent and descent
Take a challenge and beat the time limit of 4 hours to reach the summit of Snowdon and return to the start. A rapid ascent and descent UK Adventure trip suitable for advanced walkers and runners.
Mother's Day weekend Derby Dales walk for the Family
Start your perfect family day out while achieving a fantastic UK Adventure trip taking in; Lord’s Seat, Mam Tor and Kinder Scout before we finish the walk where we started in Edale.
Blencathra or Saddleback as it is also known; this magnificent summit although not as big as neighbouring Skiddaw offers fantastic views South into the Lake District, East gives views to the Pennines and to the North across the Solway we have Scotland.
Skiddaw via Ullock Pike
Reach the summit of Skiddaw at an amazing 931m. A circular route of boasting some of the most stunning views in the surrounding areas of Keswick.
Explore four summits in one area including the famous East and South slopes of the Old Man show. From centuries of slate mining activity, with abandoned mine workings and old mining gear scattered about there is plenty to discover.
Lords Seat & Kinder Scout
Reach the hill summit of Lords Seat at the highest point of Rush Edge, following onto Kinder Scouts unforgettable views, unique moorland, incredible stone obelisks and a crystal waterfall.
The Cheviot Hike
Immerse into the wilderness of the Cheviot Hill’s and Northumberland’s boarder County. On your UK Adventure Trip, you will trek across College Valley, the Pennine Way and lastly reaching the summit of The Cheviot, Northumberland’s highest peak.
Push your limits by trekking up England’s highest peak Scafell Pike. Holding the most stunning views to be seen over Wastwater to the West and the Langdale Pikes to the East
The Langdale Pikes
A small cluster of fells in the Langdale Valley offering eight Wainwrights, this walk takes in some great vistas over the Langdale Valley.
Hathersage forest, dales and ridge line
A circular route taking in Hathersage, the dales, forest and an iconic ridge line in the English Countryside