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Via Ferrata

The best Via Ferrata in the UK!  Set in England’s last remaining working slate mine, in the heart of the Lake District between Borrowdale and Buttermere, near to Keswick, this is a day you’ll never forget.  You’ll be up on top of the fells with amazing views all around.   The mine itself produces the world …

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Dove Cottage & Wordsworth Museum

The beautiful Dove cottage in Grasmere, was home to one of our most famous poets: William Wordsworth between 1799 – 1808. It was in this little cottage, at times ‘crammed edge full’ with people, in the heart of the remote Lake District, that William Wordsworth wrote some of the greatest poetry in the English language …

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Theatre by the Lake

Theatre by the Lake certainly lives up to its name. Set amongst the spectacular rolling fells, and located on the shores of Derwentwater, it’s arguably one of the most impressive theatre locations you’re likely to visit. It’s also just a short stroll from the bustling market town of Keswick. And as for the interval, sitting …

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Jenkins Crag & Stagshaw Gardens

Jenkins Crag & Stagshaw Gardens are both a lovely woodland walk, which you can do straight from White Cross Bay, or Brockhole visitor centre, just down the road.  A great way to leave the car behind and have a few hours gentle walk with lovely views.  Combine it with a boat trip, and a bite …

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Via Ferrata

The best Via Ferrata in the UK!  Set in England’s last remaining working slate mine, in the heart of the Lake District between Borrowdale and Buttermere, near to Keswick, this is a day you’ll never forget.  You’ll be up on top of the fells with amazing views all around.   The mine itself produces the world …

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Ambleside Climbing Wall / Adventure Peaks

Ambleside Climbing Wall/Adventure Peaks is a great option if you’re a beginner or a pro climber and want to get some practise in – perhaps on a rainy day.

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Muncaster Castle

Partial to the odd history lesson? Then, why not head inside Muncaster Castle, to marvel in its grand architecture and original decor.

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Dove Cottage & Wordsworth Museum

The beautiful Dove cottage in Grasmere, was home to one of our most famous poets: William Wordsworth between 1799 – 1808. It was in this little cottage, at times ‘crammed edge full’ with people, in the heart of the remote Lake District, that William Wordsworth wrote some of the greatest poetry in the English language …

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Theatre by the Lake

Theatre by the Lake certainly lives up to its name. Set amongst the spectacular rolling fells, and located on the shores of Derwentwater, it’s arguably one of the most impressive theatre locations you’re likely to visit. It’s also just a short stroll from the bustling market town of Keswick. And as for the interval, sitting …

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Hayes Garden World

Hayes Garden World, near Ambleside is a haven for garden lovers, and also has a fabulous gift shop and Christmas Winter Wonderland.

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Hill Top House

Hill Top | The iconic home of Beatrix Potter, owned and managed by the National Trust.

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Jenkins Crag & Stagshaw Gardens

Jenkins Crag & Stagshaw Gardens are both a lovely woodland walk, which you can do straight from White Cross Bay, or Brockhole visitor centre, just down the road.  A great way to leave the car behind and have a few hours gentle walk with lovely views.  Combine it with a boat trip, and a bite …

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Catbells, Keswick

Catbells is a beautiful mountain walk; close to the lovely market town of Keswick, with great views of Derwentwater below.

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Elterwater to Skelwith Bridge – a choice of views, brews and loos!

We all need a walk which includes great food and drink at both ends of it, and this is no exception! This walk has cafes, pubs and loos at each end!

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