Private Guiding

Hire me (full day or half day) and I’ll tailor a walk specific to your needs and requirements that will showcase the best of what the Peaks can offer.

You can hire me on a one-on-one basis for private guided walks. I can also be hired as a private guide for a small group of up to ~10 adults. The price charged and the group size will be dependent on the length of the walk/day, what will be required of me as guide and the experience that you want to have. A smaller group creates a more personal experience, creating opportunities where I may offer more information about the area/landscape, insights and anecdotes.

I can tailor a walk to your specific needs whether it’s distance, ascent, the type of terrain or all three. I take the hassle out of route planning and navigation so that you can just get on with the day and achieve your goal.   

Types of Private Guiding:

  • Bespoke privately guided walks: Discover some of the Peak District’s beauty spots (see below for details)
  • Trek training: Longer walks that will usually have lots of ascent
  • Charity walks: Achieve your goals and raise lots of money for charity
  • Challenge walks: Set yourself a walking challenge and I’ll help you to achieve it

To make an enquiry you can get in touch in 3 ways:

  • go to Contact & Booking and fill out the form
  • email: gemma@wildwaysuk.com
  • mobile: 07900682226
Clear skies looking into Edale valley from Rushup Edgde end.

Bespoke private guided walks

Are you on holiday in the area with friends and family and do you want to be shown a glimpse of what the Peak District has to offer? From hills and moors to reservoirs, woodlands, farmland and gorges, I can cater for all terrain goals, all abilities and any personal requirements that you may have. Avoid the hassles of route planning and the troubles of navigating by hiring me to do it for you.

Prices: £160 for a full day or £120 for a half-day (for a group)

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Kit List Essentials

  • Sturdy walking boots and socks

  • Comfortable clothing (I would not recommend jeans or cotton-based t-shirts)

  • Lunch, snacks and liquids (preferably water)

  • Spare warm layer

  • Waterproof jacket

  • Personal first aid kit including any medication that you require

  • Rucksack (25-35 litre capacity)

  • Cash (for car parking, ice cream etc.)

  • Good sense of humour!

Kit List Extras (depending on season and weather)

  • Walking poles – especially useful across uneven or boggy ground and streams

  • Waterproof trousers

  • Gaitors

  • Flask

  • Warm hat, gloves, buff/scarf

  • Something to keep things dry in your rucksack if it doesn’t have its own cover.

  • Sun cream with a high SPF

  • Sun hat/sunglasses