Welcome to lakedistrict-walks.co.uk - a website dedicated to exploring the most beautiful areas in the world.

The lastest mountain walks...   Latest low level walk...
12th September 2014
High Tove
10th September 2014
Scale Force
9th September 2014
Catbells to High Spy
8th September 2014
Aughertree Fell
7th September 2014
Latrigg
  10th December 2014
Happisburgh - Norfolk

Welcome to LakeDistrict-Walks.co.uk

My name is Joe, and my passion in life is exploration, videography and photography. This website will be continually updated with new walks, climbs and adventures that I have been on, complete with a selection of photos and some of the time a video too. My aim is to documant all the places I have visited to encourage other people explore these places.

It all started off with a website dedicated to the Lake District, but as I have explored other places I started documenting them too and added them to the site. The interactive map below shows all of the summits I have walked to and will be continually updated when new mountains and hills are climbed. I have completed one round of the Wainwright fells in Lakeland (over half way through a second round) and have just started logging the Munroes in Scotland, the Welsh 3000ft mountains, Alpine 4000m mountains and any others that I am interested in.

Other information you will find on this website includes tarns, lakes, scrambles and waterfalls of the Lake District, as well as ancient remains. A list of the 541 Birkett Fells is currently being compiled.

 

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No. of Walks Distance (m) Distance (km) Ascent (m/ft) Highest Peak
462 2,208 Miles 3,556km 171,220m (561,739ft) 4,167m (13,671ft)

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Disclaimer
Fell walking, scrambling, mountaineering and winter sports can be a potentially dangerous outdoor activity and care should be taken when on the hill. All information on this website is given in good faith. Any walks or routes undertaken are done so at your own risk. Routes taken do not always indicate a public right of way.