Set amongst the dramatic backdrop of the Lake District fells, sits the striking Castlerigg Stone Circle. It is thought to have been constructed around 3,000BC …
Catbells is a beautiful mountain walk; close to the lovely market town of Keswick, with great views of Derwentwater below.
Jenkins Crag & Stagshaw Gardens are both a lovely woodland walk, which you can do straight from White Cross Bay, or Brockhole visitor centre, just …
Coniston Launch has been sailing on Coniston Water since 1992, and offers different cruise options to explore this beautiful area.
Ullswater Steamers offers a fantastic day out whatever the season, steaming along the 8 mile lake, with Helvellyn in the distance, and lots of beautiful walks along the lake shore, along the newly opened Ullswater Way.
All on board the L’all Ratty for a ride along one of the longest and narrowest guage railways in the country!
Mountain Goat have been taking people around the Lake District in their minibuses for over 40 years. They’ve a great choice of tours, and their knowledgeable friendly drivers give you an insight into the place.
This easy walk above Bowness-on-Windermere gives great views over the Lake.