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Keswick

This bus journey has been described as one of the most beautiful bus routes in England, taking in the historic Tyne Valley towns of Hexham and Corbridge, before climbing over the rugged moors of the North Pennine fell tops to Alston.

 

Keswick

The Rawnsley Centre and The Rawnsley Suite provide a wide variety of spaces suitable for many uses in the centre of Keswick. From a small meeting space suitable for charity or business meetings to large halls that can seat over 300 people.

 

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Millom

The ultimate horse riding experience in the stunning Lake District, Cumbria, UK. We are UK's only specialised Heavy Horse Riding establishment! We are a small, professional, family-run equestrian centre.

 

Ullswater

Helvellyn is the third highest mountain in the Lake District.

 

Penrith

One mile east of Orton is the ancient Gamelands stone circle. One of the largest in Cumbria, all of its stones have fallen over so none are higher than one yard but they are 100 yards in circumference. Easy access.

 

Coniston

Set in the heart of the old Lakeland village under the towering crags of Coniston Old Man and close to Coniston Water, the tourist information centre is a superb “shop window” for Coniston and its surroundings. Purpose built by The Lake

 

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Windermere

Set in Bowness in the heart of the Lake District, this intimate little theatre produces a lively programme of professional drama, classical music, folk, comedy, lectures and film.

 

Keswick

Using all our 15 years’ worth of experience worth of building climbing walls we’ve created a dedicated climbing centre that aims to suit everyone’s needs!

 

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Kendal

Booths is a family owned and operated independent supermarket with over 160 years tradition of quality food & drink retailing.

 

Duddon Valley

Not a light undertaking with some challenging climbing, particularly the infamous Walna Scar Road.

Cycle Route: Ulpha Bridge, Seathwaite, Broughton

  • Miles: 12
 

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Ambleside

The Langdale Estate offers something for everyone with four-star hotel accommodation complimented by a range of fitness & leisure facilities including swimming pool, gym, sauna along with Stove Restaurant and the nearby Wainwrights' Inn.

 

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Ulverston

A traditional Lake District working farm, using Shire horses and vintage machinery including steam to actively farm. We produce beef and dairy products from Jersey cows. We also produce veg and other products for our farm shop.

 

Egremont

From Bootle village, nestling between the fells and coastal plain, climb out onto the broad flank of the fells above. The sky, sea and fells meet at far horizons and the views are breathtaking.

Cycle Route: Bootle, Millstones

  • Miles: 14
 

Keswick

Castlerigg is perhaps the most atmospheric and dramatically sited of all British stone circles, with panoramic views and the mountains of Helvellyn and High Seat as a backdrop.

 

Grange-over-Sands

Victorian stately home, set in 25 acres of stunning gardens and ancient deer park. Holker has its own cafe, brasserie, gift shop and food hall, and hosts an annual programme of special events.

 

Sedbergh

With its hilly cobbled main street and colour-washed cottages, Dent is a thoroughly charming village set in the beautiful valley of Dentdale.

 
 

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