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VistEngland VAQASHistoric Houses Association Friends SchemeMember of Cumbria Tourism


Shrink to 5cm in the indoor Meadowvole Maze. Try to reach the other side without being eaten! Follow Max Meadowvole through the maze and if you answer the questions correctly you may win a prize.


Member of Cumbria Tourism

Kirkby Stephen

The famous Coast to Coast Packhorse has eased the way for thousands of walkers from all over the world for several years.



The tumbling waterfall of Aira Force, drops an impressive 65 feet. Its roaring falls set amongst enchanting woodland and landscaped glades with cheeky red squirrels and perfect picnic spots make for a great family day out.


VistEngland VAQAS


There are 8 waymarked walks and 5 waymarked cycle trails, plus the North Face trail, in the Grizedale Forest Park. Further information is available from the visitor centre where maps for all the trails can be purchased.



For beginners who want a flavour of the mountains, or for experienced walkers who want to tackle something a bit more adventurous.


Association of Mountaineering Instructors


Bespoke hill walking day(s), from gentle walks to more challenging days, we set the day depending on your fitness level and aspirations/experience.



Walk Route: Patterdale - Windermere

  • Duration: 6 - 7 hours
  • Miles: 13


Walk Route: Patterdale - Shap

  • Duration: 1 day
  • Miles: 16


This four day walk through North-East Lakeland from Keswick on Derwentwater to Pooley Bridge on Ullswater, will inspire you with some of the best scenery the UK has to offer.



The North-Western Lake District is the most remote and least visited part of Lakeland.



Wandering Aengus are based in the Lake District and we are the specialists in self-guided Lake District walking holidays.



The Wainwright Memorial Walk follows his original route starting from Windermere and ending in Ambleside.


Member of Cumbria Tourism


The Lakes 3000s is a challenge event that involves walking each of the Lake District Mountains that rise above 3000ft.


Lake District Foundation


Self guided walking holiday with luggage transfer and lunch options on the Cumbria Way, a walk from Ulverston to Carlisle.


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