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Simply select how many Children and add to cart, then how many adults and add to cart.  Then in the cart you will see the total.

Please select a “start” date and then select the same date as the “End” date.

Price is per person per half day session.

Morning sessions are 9:30 to 12:30

Afternoon sessions are 1:30 to 4:30

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Gorge walking Lake District

What is gorge walking?

Gorge walking is a fantastic activity for families or groups, as well as couples, and can be as challenging as you want it to be.
Gorge walking involves scrambling up or down the gorge, jumping in pools, sliding down slides, traversing rock pools, climbing waterfalls and generally having fun in the water.

Why should I do gorge walking with climb365?

We love taking groups gorge walking and have been working and enjoying taking groups gorge walking in the Lake District for over 20 years.

We have a vast knowledge of the different gorge walking venues and how the water levels change and effect the safety.

We will chose the best  venue for you as a group and for the water conditions. We think gorge walking is a fantastic activity and work hard to make your gorge walking adventure as fun as possible.
We are AALA licensed and therefore able to instruct groups of children and young people under 18 without their parents being present.

Where is the gorge walking?

All the gorge walking venues are easy to get to from Ambleside, Windermere and Keswick.

There are many different venues and it depends on what type of gorge walking you want.

Gorge walking in Stickle ghyll and Dungeon ghyll in Langdale are great beginner’s gorge walking. Good for families and younger children.

Gorge walking in Stickle ghylls’ upper section has several large waterfalls to climb and can be challenging in higher waters.

Gorge walking in Church Beck in Coniston has an easier, gentle lower section and a more committing upper section with large jumps and water slides for a more adventurous group.

Gorge walking in Rydal Beck is also for a more adventurous group with some great pools and scrambles.

Gorge walking in Stoney croft ghyll, near Keswick, is a sliding down ghyll and is great for any groups who want a fun filled first experience of gorge walking.

Gorge walking the river Esk is a full day ghyll and has some fantastic jumps and waterfalls. It is definitely for those who are after a challenge and is an experience you will never forget. We call this day out canyoning.

Am I suitable for ghyll scrambling

No experience of scrambling is needed. Come ready to have fun and be challenged.

Additional information


Child, Adult

Time of day

AM 9:30 to 12:30, PM 1:30 to 4:30

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