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Seascale

The present circle of 10 standing stones, 80' diameter, was restored in 1949. A low oval mound at the centre produced burnt bone fragments and part of a jet ring.

 

Ambleside

Fairfield forms the centrepiece of the famous Fairfield Horseshoe, a collection of crags and pikes beginning from Ambleside and ending at Rydal Mount in the west.

 

Kendal

The Lyth and Winster valleys form a landscape of unspoilt pastoral delights - damson trees clustered in small orchards close to white-washed farmhouses, broadleaved woodlands brimming with bluebells and peaceful green undulating pastures.

 

Alston

The high rolling hills of Alston Moor separate two deep valleys which hold the upper reaches of the River South Tyne and the waters of the River Nent.

Cycle Route: Nenthead, Alston, Garrigill

  • Miles: 18
 

Penrith

This area is rich in prehistoric remains including a standing stone, stone circle and cairns. Park in the centre at Pooley Bridge and head east towards Roehead, carry on up this track to reach the top of Askham Moor and Morr Divock.

 

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Ullswater

The Barn carries a wide range of outdoor clothing, locally sourced gifts, canine accessories and makes its own fudge onsite!

 

Penrith

Penrith Castle was begun at the end of the 14th century by Ralph Neville, who played a key role in defending this area against the Scots.

 

Caldbeck

Limestone gorge falls. Park near village pond in Caldbeck. Walk down hill to farm with 'Howk' on barn end, follow the path for a further 0.5 mile.

 

Arnside

Walk Route: Silverdale-Arnside-Grange over Sands-Ulverston-Barrow-Askam-Broughton-Millom-Ravenglass-Seascale-St. Bees-Whitehaven-Workington-Maryport-Allonby-Silloth-Carlisle

  • Duration: 10 - 14 Days
  • Miles: 150
 

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Kirkby Lonsdale

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

 

Windermere

With 20 years' experience of organising activity packages, breaks and events exclusively around the Lake District, we have the local knowledge to make your trip a great success.

 

Green Tourism Gold Award

Kendal

Nestled in the market town of Kendal in the Lake District, Castle Green Hotel is a luxurious 4* wedding venue set within 14 acres of spectacular gardens and woodlands.

 

Alston

This cycle tour heads north from Alston exploiting the breach in the Penines cut by the River South Tyne to explore the stretch of Hadrians Wall between Brampton and Haltwhistle.

Cycle Route: Alston, Brampton, Lanercost, Birdoswald, Haltwhistle

  • Miles: 47
 

Borrowdale

Long cascade over slabs, easily seen. Park at Seathwaite Farm. Steep path and scramble. About 0.5 mile walk.

 

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Bassenthwaite

Go wild & experience a world of wildlife! There's over 100 species from Anaconda to Zebra. Rare and endangered species like Gibbons and Asian Fishing Cats, plus family favourites like lemurs and Meerkats. A great day out for all the family.

 

Keswick

Set near Skiddaw forest overlooking the River Greta in the north of the Lake District, Blencathra is one of the county's most renowned peaks.

 
 

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