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Guided Walking, Wild Camping and Navigation Training
Your adventure holiday in some of the world’s loveliest mountain scenery starts here!
Whether you are an experienced walker or a novice, there is an ideal Lakeland Mountain Experience for you
Qualified Mountain Leader
01768 361949 07920 463172
Guided Lakeland Walks include: Dunmail Raise and Helvellyn High Street Langdale Pikes Great End and Glaramara Scafell Pike Fairfield Horseshoe St Sunday Crag and Grisedale Tarn Martindale Deer Forest Place Fell
Company Registered in England and Wales number 6945259 © This entire site and contents are Copyright 2012 Lakeland Mountain Experience, all rights reserved, made with Serif software by the webcat
LME is a business owned and run by me from the Eden Valley close to the Lake District.
Since 2009 I have provided a range of experiences to suit most people’s needs. These include navigation training, guided walks, wild camping expeditions, Coast to Coast walks, and overseas expeditions to remote places.
I am a qualified summer and winter mountain leader with the Mountain Training Association (MT.UK) and an accredited provider for navigation training with the National Navigation Awards Scheme (NNAS).
If you would like further information on the guided walk programme, some tailored training or a guide for any walk in the Lake District, please take a further look at my website or contact me directly and I will be happy to help.
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Why Walk With LME?
Lakeland Mountain Experience provides professionally guided walks, wild camping expeditions, mountain navigation training and bespoke days, all designed to help you appreciate the Lake District even more.
Let Lakeland Mountain Experience Guide You To Unforgettable Adventures
Thank you for visiting. I want you to be aware of changes in the way any of your personal data that you might share with me needs to be handled.
as of 25th May, 2018
To summarise here:
Malcolm Wade and his website designer Charles Paxton aren’t asking you for any more of your data or asking to use it differently.
In brief it explains:
1. what data we collect from you, Malcolm only needs the information that he asks you to provide him with to book your Lakeland walks and other adventures. That’s all. If you want to write any comments on his Facebook page or this blog or stay in touch in later life, that’s up to you, and it’s fine with Malcolm.
2. how he uses this data. He uses contact details to contact you and arrange your schedule and to ensure that you get the best chance to learn navigation skills and become certified.
3. and the rights regarding our treatment of your data.
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