Corporate guided walk – Boston Scientific in Langdale


Yesterday a team of 14 from Boston Scientific joined us for an extremely wet, windy and cold guided walk in Langdale. Our multi-national team included delegates from Spain, France, Finland, the USA and South Africa, with the UK thrown in for good measure.

Unfortunately Langdale decided not to share the wall-to-wall sunshine that it is famed for (cough!) and with MWIS forecasting lightening, 80 mph gusts, hail and categorising mobility as ‘torturous’, we made a decision to make a change to Plan A: a traverse of the Langdale Pikes.

The perfectly formed glacial valley of Mickleden and a circular route around Rossett Pike and back down the Cumbrian Way was the replacement. To say things were wet would be an understatement and we even had hail at one point! All this said, smiles and laughter never left the group, despite waterlogged boots and soaked-through clothes! We were glad to find that the fire was on in the Sticklebarn Inn on our return – a welcome sight which allowed us to get some warmth back in the bones.

A great afternoon with a great group. Well done guys for getting out and enjoying the Lake District landscape, regardless of the conditions. We hope to see you again in the future. Thanks go to Dave also for his support as a second guide.


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A wet Boston Scientific team in a Mickleden sheep pen!


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