What does it involve?

It involves a number of activities, including:

  • Scrambling up and down the gorge
  • Jumping in pools
  • Sliding down slides
  • Traversing rock pools
  • Climbing waterfalls

It is ideally suited to families, groups and couples. It is suited to a range of abilities.

Why should I do Ghyll Scrambling with North East Outdoor Activities?

We have been taking groups Ghyll scrambling around the Lake District for over 20 years. As a result, we have a full knowledge of all the venues available. We also understand changes in water levels and how this can impact safety. This ensures that we choose the best venue for your group. However, this is dependent on the water conditions. Similarly, we are also AALT licensed. This means that we can instruct groups of children and young people under 18 without parents being present.

Overall, our aim is for you to enjoy your day as much as possible. You can rest assured that we will work hard for this to happen.

What does Ghyll Scrambling involve?

We offer a range of different venues depending on the requirements of the group. Our venues include:

  • Stickle and Dungeon Ghyll in Langdale: Ideal for beginners, families and young children
  • Stickle Ghyll: A more challenging experience with several large waterfalls to climb
  • Church Beck in Coniston: Caters to both beginners and advanced users. The lower section is easy to navigate whilst the upper section has large jumps and water slides
  • Stoney Croft Ghyll near Keswick: This is a fun filled experience and is a sliding down ghyll
  • River Esk Ghyll Scrambling: A challenging experience full of thrilling jumps and waterfalls. Guaranteed to be a memorable experience
Am I suitable for Ghyll Scrambling?

You do not need to have completed anything prior to completing Ghyll Scrambling. However, expect to be challenged and have fun!

Price: £50 per person

Please note: This activity runs only from April 1st- October 31st