East Lancashire Railway

 East Lancashire Railway The East Lancashire Railway is a 12.5 mile Heritage railway based from Bury, Bolton Street station. The line runs from Heywood to Rawtenstall it has 7 stations, passenger services were withdrawn by British Railways in June 1972, coal services were withdrawn in 1980 followed by formal closure in 1982. In 1987 the East Lancashire Railway trust reopened … Read More

Calling out Mountain Rescue

If you ever have to call out mountain rescue here is what to do, Mountain rescue are available 24/7 all year round please remember that they are volunteers who give up there time you most go properly be paired for a day out in the mountains To Call Mountain Rescue Dial 999 ask for police then mountain rescue, they will … Read More

Fell Top Assessors

The Lake District Fell Top Assessors are back for the winter season, there are three fell top assessor’s who work alternate shifts walking up to the summit of Helvellyn everyday , they make a detailed report that include snow depth, temperature, wind speed/chill, underfoot conditions and assess potential avalanches, the report can be found on weather line and is combined … Read More

Price Lock

Book on one of our guided Trails walking holidays which are The Coast to Coast, The Herriot Way, The West Highland Way, The Cumbria Way, The Dales Way and The Dales High Way, prices are held until 1st March 2022 so book before then

Coast to coast brief route summary part one

The Coast to Coast is England’s premier long distance path Day 1 St Bees- Ennerdale Bridge 14 miles From the start the route heads north along the cliffs then turns inland heading east following undulating countryside  though quite charmful  villages the come the first climb up Dent Fell, from here you get fine views to the Lake District, Dent stands … Read More

Coast to Coast Walk

Fancy an  adventure and do a walk with a difference as part of a group then walk the World renowned Coast to Coast path as a walking holiday you will not be disappointed The Coast to Coast walk is the U.K most popular long distance footpath, the walk was devised be renowned fell walker Alfred Wainwright, the walk is 190 … Read More

What to pack in your rucksack

Ever wondered if you are carrying the right kit for a day out walking in the mountains, well here is a run down, everything you carry in your rucksack needs to go into a drybag so when it rains your kit stays dry the rucksack is not waterproof A forty litre rucksack should be big enough, ideally your rucksack should … Read More

Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis is the tallest Mountain in the U.K at 1344 meters high for those people who walk the West Highland Way it marks a fitting end to a fantastic week long walking holiday and marks a sense of achievement and go away with life long memories and achieve with like minded people We take the tourist path up , … Read More

Guided Walking Weekends uk

Northern Guiding runs #guidedwalkingweekends in the #YorkshireDales,#LakeDistrict, #PeakDistrict #NorthYorkshireMoors and beyond they are a great way to socialize and to  meet like minded people that attract a good mix of people sharing adventures that are memorable , Immerse yourselves in the great #outdoors  leaving you feeling refreshed and invigorated surrounding yourself with mountain panorama’s and green landscapes  leaving the hustle … Read More

Silva Expedition 4 Compass

Silva is a Swedish outdoor products company best know for there high grade compass. They are the market leader, there best compass is the Silva Expedition 4 compass. It is an award winning compass that is used by various defence forces from around the world, it is light and durable also easy to use at night as it has luminous … Read More