A great way to enjoy the Yorkshire Dales is by doing a guided walk on Pen y Ghent. A guide can help keep you safe and comfortable; make your experience more successful and enjoyable, including keeping the right pace; and we can make the day a valuable learning experience, including passing on a whole host of useful tips.
Booking and Prices
If you want to book a guided walk on Pen y Ghent in the Yorkshire Dales then see the main page for more details and prices or see what our clients say about us. You can also have a look at the Calendar for forthcoming “Open” events.
When you are ready, then get in touch to make an enquiry or a booking.
We also guide mountain walks in Snowdonia, the Lake District and the Scottish highlands.
Guided Walk – Pen y Ghent
Pen y Ghent (694m) is the smallest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks but many consider it the most dramatic, with two short scrambling sections to be overcome. Its steep sides make it look like an impregnable fortress when seen from Horton in Ribblesdale. Like Ingleborough and Whernside, Pen y Ghent is composed chiefly of limestone. This is the type of rock that we associate most closely with the Yorkshire Dales. However, all three peaks have a ‘cap’ of gritstone which is immediately noticeable when you reach it. On our guided walks, we explain what has caused this. On the flanks of Pen y Ghent, and even visible from near the summit, is the collapsed cavern of Hull Pot which is well worth visit.