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Mike & Paula Chadderton

Pinnacle Walking Holidays specialise in walking holidays in the French Alps and Italian Dolomites and also offer shorter walking breaks in the Lake District and Peak District.

Many of our guests arrive as strangers and leave as friends. Pinnacle Walking Holidays are perfect for those who enjoy the company of others and being part of a small group of like minded people.

We set out to offer good value for money walking holidays in great locations; our knowledge and service will always ensure your stay will be a truly memorable one. All our walking holidays and breaks are based in personally and carefully chosen accommodation; we have selected them for their friendliness, warm hospitality and excellent locations.

We once heard a saying; “Find a job you love and you will never have to work again”; so far this proves to be true for us at Pinnacle Walking Holidays.

We’ve found a job we love and now share our passion for mountain walking with friends old and new.

Latest Articles

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Looking after your Walking Boots

22 March 2017

How to preserve and look after your walking boots.

Author: Mike & Paula Chadderton

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Grasmere Gingerbread

22 March 2017

The smell from the Grasmere Gingerbread shop always makes it difficult to walk past without purchasing a piece or two. Jane who owns the Three Shires Inn, Langdale makes a similarly scrumptious gingerbread slice, and was willing to share her recipe with us; give it a go.

Author: Mike & Paula Chadderton

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Food for Thought ...and Walking

23 September 2016

We often get asked what’s the best food to pack for a long day walk. Our advice starts simply: a good start to the day is really important, people have sung the praises of a good breakfast for many years, and they’re correct – the right breakfast can help set you up for the day.

Author: Mike & Paula Chadderton

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Walking Treat: Borrowdale Tea Bread

3 June 2016

When you are too far away from Keswick to make it into Abraham's Café, it is still good to have a treat in your pocket for those moments when your energy is sapping. One of the favourites on our walking breaks is ‘Borrowdale Tea Bread’.

Author: Mike & Paula Chadderton

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Cat Bells

19 February 2016

Cat Bells from Little Town is a steady pull up with a short scramble to the summit but it’s well worth it, on a clear day the views over Derwent Water are awesome, as are the mountains of Skiddaw and Blencathra.

Author: Mike & Paula Chadderton

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