Come Walking in the Mountains
I lead two types of trips: those I organise myself and those I lead for Ramblers Walking Holidays. Either way, I’ll share my passion and knowledge of spectacular places and ensure you’re safe every step of the way.
194 miles from St Bees on the Cumbrian coast to Robin Hood’s Bay on the North Sea shore. Leading for RWH, this trip has been in my sights for a while, covering some fabulous walking terrain. Luggage transported (hooray) and staying in a lovely range of …
Lanzarote My husband (Tim) and I will be leading this 2 grade holiday for RWH in February. It‘s an island from which we have many happy memories from previous visits, we love the volcanic landscapes and beautiful colours. 26th February for 7 nights
Just two or three places remaining on the Ramblers Walking Holidays Tour du Mont Blanc treks that I’m leading next year. Join me on this iconic walk. Just because you get to stay in some lovely hotels, doesn’t mean your have to miss a single step of th …
It might be foolish to plan, perhaps at this stage it‘s better just to dream. Here are some of the possibilities. Snowshoeing looks unlikely, though April might be possible, depending on the snow April in the Lake District with Ramblers from Hassness …
Another iconic trek. Unbeatable high level hut to hut walking. We’ll be making a bee line for the very best of the high mountain huts and paths, interspersed with the prettiest villages. After the disappointment of cancelling this trip for 2020, this i …
What people say about
my guided trips
“Julia’s enthusiasm, knowledge and leadership skills guarantee that those in her company will not only have a wonderful time but feel they are in very safe hands.
She has the ability to encourage people to gently step outside their comfort zones, which means that the memories created will last forever.
Although Julia has complete control, her leadership style is such that people aren’t really aware that they’re being led.”
Lesley from London
“I have walked with Julia in many different locations, in all weathers in the UK and in Chamonix – and with my fitness at varying levels too.
She is both great company and a knowledgeable and experienced guide. I would trust her to take me anywhere – if Julia says that it is OK, it will be. If Julia says that I can do it, I know I will.
There is a Peruvian proverb that makes me smile and think of Julia coaxing me up a hill… Poco a poco se anda lejos (Little by little one walks far) Or as Julia says: ‘Little Steps, Little Steps…”
Lucy from Birmingham