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Member of Cumbria Tourism

Hawkshead (3 miles, 5 km)

Explore the hills and discover the hidden gems within the Lake District with your very own mountain guide.

 

VistEngland VAQAS

Ulverston (1 miles, 2 km)

Over 30,000 exhibits tracing more than 100 years of road transport heritage, including a new exhibition which details the history of the Isle of Man TT Races.

 

Newby Bridge (2 miles, 3 km)

Experiential learning is a vital part of the development of our youth. We offer a range of national curriculum, key stage based activities for all age groups and backgrounds.

 

Cumbria Tourism Awards WinnerSelf-assessed Accessibility Information

Cartmel (5 miles, 7 km)

We are the longest established authorised segway tour operator in the UK. We offer scenic segway tours in the stunning Cartmel area.

 

Cumbria Tourism Awards WinnerSelf-assessed Accessibility Information

Cartmel (5 miles, 7 km)

We are the longest established authorised segway tour operator in the UK. We offer scenic segway tours in the stunning Cartmel area.

 

Adventure Activities Licensing AuthorityMember of Cumbria Tourism

Windermere (2 miles, 3 km)

Whatever the level of challenge we will ensure you have a great day - whether it's a first time introduction or Striding Edge on Helvellyn.

 

Adventure Activities Licensing AuthorityMember of Cumbria Tourism

Windermere (2 miles, 3 km)

Suitable for families and those who would like an adventurous walk through some short relatively dry passages in the spectacular setting of Cathedral Quarry. For the more adventurous this can be combined with an abseil session.

 

Adventure Activities Licensing AuthorityMember of Cumbria Tourism

Windermere (2 miles, 3 km)

Let the experts take you to interesting places by interesting routes. For beginners who want a flavour of the mountains or for experienced walkers who want to tackle something a bit more adventurous such as Jacks Rake.

 

Adventure Activities Licensing AuthorityMember of Cumbria Tourism

Windermere (2 miles, 3 km)

There is very little that is as special as looking across fells covered in snow, it is a scene as old as time, yet pristine and untouched. Need to learn how to make best use of your ice axe and crampons?

 

VistEngland VAQASMember of Cumbria TourismSelf-assessed Accessibility Information

Newby Bridge (1 miles, 1 km)

Discover a wide array of local freshwater and marine species including menacing pike, carp and rays. Plus discover creatures from around the world including piranha, otters and clownfish.

 

Adventure Activities Licensing Authority

Coniston (4 miles, 7 km)

Guided walking lets you enjoy the Lake District fells without the hassle. Our guides will organise the walk in the area of your choice allowing you just to enjoy the scenery and wildlife.

 

Newby Bridge (1 miles, 1 km)

Eighteen acres of Lakeside park providing seasonal boat trips to link with Windermere Lake Cruises on the southern side of the lake. Cruise down to Bowness and Ambleside.

 

Newby Bridge (1 miles, 1 km)

Sitting on the southern tip of Windermere with views up the lake to the fells beyond, this family-friendly park is the perfect place for playing, having a picnic or getting out on the water.

 

Newby Bridge (0 miles, 1 km)

3 day Swindale trek (approx 15km) We take you to one of the hidden corners of the Lake District, walking an ancient pack horse route with our traditional Fell ponies.

 

Member of Cumbria TourismSelf-assessed Accessibility Information

Ulverston (3 miles, 5 km)

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.

 

Lake District FoundationVistEngland VAQAS

Newby Bridge (1 miles, 1 km)

Windermere Lake Cruises trace their origins back to Victorian days, steamers and launches carry over 1.35 million visitors each year. The steamers have saloons, promenade decks, teashops and licensed bars.

 

Ulverston (1 miles, 2 km)

This extensive working mill was begun in 1835 to produce the wooden bobbins vital to the Lancashire spinning and weaving industries.

 

Self-assessed Accessibility Information

Cartmel (3 miles, 5 km)

The Gallery at Yew Tree Barn is the perfect place to discover an exciting range of traditional and modern work.

 
 

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