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Adventure Activities Licensing AuthorityMember of Cumbria Tourism

Windermere (8 miles, 13 km)

We are one of the longest established specialist outdoor activity providers in the Lake District. We think we have something that will suit nearly everyone and if we don’t we’ll link you to someone who has.

 

Newby Bridge (7 miles, 12 km)

Surrounded by the sublime views of Lake Windermere.

 

Newby Bridge (7 miles, 11 km)

Challenge yourself by enhancing your experience day with the inclusion with some of the world's most tenacious raptors, the eagles.

 

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Kendal (2 miles, 3 km)

A well-established children’s play area in the garden with challenging climbing and slides for children under 12 years and picnic tables for families. Please supervise your children while they are playing in this area.

 

Member of Cumbria Tourism

Hawkshead (7 miles, 12 km)

Join us for a fun and leisurely canoeing experience where we'll teach you the basic canoeing and paddling techniques.

 

Newby Bridge (7 miles, 12 km)

Walk with a traditional lakeland pack pony. From our base at the foot of Windermere we take families and groups on a one day adventure with our native Fell ponies following part of an old pack horse route through meadows, woods and fell

 

Newby Bridge (8 miles, 12 km)

Enjoy luxury ESPA treatments, pristine pedicures and marvellous manicures. Sumptuous spa days and superb over night stays.

 

Kendal (1 miles, 1 km)

Bring your wellies and stroll the free 1.75 mile farm trail through fields and woodland and past the pond, reed bed and vegetable plots. Make sure you're back in time for a big slice of cake and a pot of Lakeland leaf tea in the tea room.

 

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Kendal (4 miles, 6 km)

Award winning Climbing Centre, the largest in the Lake District boasting the tallest indoor wall in the country at 25m, Europe's first indoor Via Ferrata and Kendal CrazyClimb. Fun for everyone!

 

Newby Bridge (7 miles, 11 km)

Eighteen acres of Lakeside park providing swimming access to the lake.

 

Windermere (7 miles, 11 km)

Our Lakeview Spa is unique in that whether you are in the indoor pool or the vitality spa pool in the scented garden, you have unrivalled views of Windermere and the snow capped ranges beyond.

 

Association of Mountaineering Instructors

Kendal (6 miles, 10 km)

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

 

Windermere (3 miles, 5 km)

The Blue Badge is the highest professional tourist guiding qualification in Britain. It is recognised by travel companies throughout the world as a benchmark of excellence.

 

Member of Cumbria Tourism

Kirkby Lonsdale (6 miles, 9 km)

Thinking about giving clay pigeon shooting a go? Or maybe you're an old hand. We have the facilities to offer a great day of sporting shooting or team shooting at any level. We can also provide everything you need to get started.

 

Kendal (3 miles, 5 km)

In their haste to get into the heart of the Lake District many people overlook this triangle of fells between Kendal and Windermere. Due to its spaced out topography and network of lanes this quiet corner of cumbria is best explored by bike

Cycle Route: Kendal-Brigsteer-Underbarrow-Crosthwaite-Windermere

  • Duration: 1.5-3 hours
  • Miles: 16
 

Member of Cumbria Tourism

Bowness-on-Windermere (4 miles, 6 km)

VIP Tours aboard a luxury motor cruiser on Lake Windermere. Book a private charter - with Skipper - for your special event in the Lake District.

 

Staveley (7 miles, 12 km)

Dry stone walling is a traditional farming skill that has been passed down through the generations for 100's of years, and is important for stock control and safety, and have marked the Lake District landscape throughout history.

 
 

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