Starting with something quite different, how about Lakeland Llama Treks! Experience the brilliant fun of leading gentle friendly Llamas, a unique walking activity (no, you donít ride llamas!) Enjoy discovering the pleasure of a new four footed friend with the bracing clear air and exercise in some of the most spectacular scenery in England. Great fun for all the family!
Leading our gentle friendly llamas on a gentle walk around the spectacular lakeshores in Keswick is a fantastic experience for all the whole family. Combined with mouth-watering local produce picnic.
Take a picnic and recharge your batteries at this mysterious site above Keswick. Thirty eight hunks of Borrowdale rock forming a circle a hundred feet in diameter. Castlerigg Stone Circle with the fells surrounding - it's a magical place at all times of the year!
Raised in circa 3000BC, Castlerigg is perhaps the most atmospheric of all British stone circles, with the mountains of Helvellyn as a dramatic backdrop.
Geocaching - never heard for it? Give it a try.
Geocaching combines a love of walking with GPS technology, navigation and the excitement of a treasure hunt!
GPS Training has teamed up with the YHA and Cumbria Tourism to give you the opportunity to learn all the basic skills you need to go Geocaching and to be safer on the hills. www.gpstraining.co.uk
We deliver GPS training courses in North & South Lakes and nationwide
Spend the evening at a working eco Lakeland Farm. Hartsop Hall is at the foot of the famous Kirkstone Pass and is in the midst of some of the most majestic fells in the Lake District. It is a working farm of 3000 acres, with a flock of 800 predominantly Swaledale sheep and 30 Aberdeen Angus cows.