Ghyll scrambling in Keswick

The best ghyll scrambling in the Lake District!

Ghyll Scrambling in Keswick
Ghyll scrambling - also known as gorge scrambling or gorge walking - is one of the most fun and popular outdoor activities you can do in Keswick. Suitable for just about anyone - from those with no experience to those with lots - you'll head down a rocky Lake District mountain stream. There are plenty of fun obstacles including natural rock chutes, clear pools of waters, and even the occasional mini waterfall! All of this in the heart of the beautiful Lake District and under the safe guidance of our experienced instructors.

Ghyll scrambling

£45 per person (Plus booking fee)

Slip, splash and slide your way down one of the Lake District's beautiful ghylls: Stoneycroft Ghyll near Keswick!

Packed full of adrenaline, Keswick Adventures’ ghyll scrambling is an exhilarating and challenging outdoor activity that will leave you wanting more!
Our friendly and experienced instructors will lead you down natural rock chutes, through plunging waterfalls and into crystal clear mountain pools. Take on this amazing ghyll scrambling water adventure in the Lake District and you'll remember it for a lifetime!
Fancy an extreme version of ghyll scrambling? Check out Commando Canyon on our canyoning adventures!

Useful information

  • iconMinimum age: 7 years old.
  • iconWe cater for groups, families and individuals.
  • iconYou will require a towel and a bathing costume.
  • iconFootwear with laces must be worn.
  • iconWetsuits and top-quality safety equipment is provided
  • iconGroup discounts may apply. Please get in touch to enquire.
  • iconLength of activity: 2 – 3 hours depending on the size of the group.
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Ghyll scrambling FAQs

1. What is ghyll scrambling?
Ghyll scrambling, sometimes called gorge scrambling or gorge walking, involves going up or down a mountain stream. You are in the water for most of the experience and will often swim through pools, slide down waterfalls and scramble over rocks.