Guided Walks – Lake District, Carlisle, Hadrians Wall

The following Carlisle and Lake District guided walks are just a small selection of the type of guided walks I can offer.  Varying from 2-hour ‘Historic Carlisle’ town walks to full day Lake District strolls, guided walks can take in the history, heritage and resplendent beauty of the Lake District, Hadrian’s Wall, Eden Valley and many other scenic areas of the county.

If you would like to arrange a guided walk on a specific theme or in a particular area, please get in touch so we can discuss your requirements in more detail.
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Historic Carlisle

A city rich in 2000 years of history!  Come along on a fascinating 2-hour guided walk to uncover Carlisle’s heritage from Roman times.  Wander along the city walls, explore the wonders of the Cathedral, peep into the ancient Guildhall and discover the unexpected at St Cuthbert’s Church.  Tours every Thursday afternoon from May to September (1.30-4.00 pm). Book through Carlisle Tourist Information Centre (01228 598596).

Absolutely fascinating tour with an excellent guide – we thoroughly enjoyed it!’

Eric & Lin Todd, July 2017

The Beauty of Borrowdale

Discover a landscape created by fire and carved by ice on a full-day walking tour through the valley.  Follow medieval packhorse routes, climb to the top of an Iron Age hill fort, wander through temperate ‘rain forests’, walk through a glacial meltwater channel and spot roche moutonnees a plenty!

‘I thoroughly enjoyed my stay in Borrowdale . . . particularly the way that Anna made it an enjoyable Lake District guided walk rather than a lecture tour.  I don’t think we could have had better!’

Rosemary Barclay, Lincoln, November 2015

Rydal Circuit

Capture the essence of the Lake District on an easy 5-mile guided walk linking Rydal Water with Grasmere.  Admire stunning views of lakes and mountains, discover the legacy of Cumbria’s slate quarrying heritage and follow in the footsteps of William Wordsworth with optional visits to Dove Cottage and Rydal Mount.