Using a bus when you visit the Lake District gives you the opportunity to see so much more. Take the top deck of an open top bus or brave one of our passes on a small rambler service.
Our interactive map plots the bus routes in the county showing their service number, the route they will take and what you can see along the way, so why not give it a go.
Each ticket highlights the price for a single journey between two destinations for an adult. Child fares and family tickets may be available on some journeys. Where a purchase of a one day unlimited Dayrider or Explorer ticket would be cheaper than the single point-to-point journey, this has been quoted as the best fare available.
(Prices quoted are indicative of average journey costs and should not be relied upon for journey planning.)
You can have some great (and inexpensive) days out by bus in the Lake District. Here are just a few options.
Timetables are valid until 29th October 2017.
You can find more information on the Stagecoach website,
or by telephone on 0871 200 22 33 or 01539 822222.
Both the Langdale Rambler and the Coniston Rambler will be running, offering great opportunities to bus out to some of Cumbria's most stunning towns and villages and walk back.
Coniston Rambler 505
Use our interactive map to plan your day out using the Coniston Rambler #505 service. Find walking routes and the many attractions to visit along the way.
Langdale Rambler 516
The picturesque Langdale Rambler #516 bus service takes in the beautiful scenery of Skelwith Bridge, Elterwater and Chapel Stile before arriving at the magnificent Langdale Pikes. Find walking routes using this service, and use the interactive map below to discover each location along the route.
Cumbria offers you some great days out if you travel by bus and can all be done at a discount. See a variety of offers and promotions below to plan your day out by bus.