The Lake District lies in the county of Cumbria, in England’s north west corner. It is the largest of Britain’s National Parks, and is famous . The scenery that has inspired poets (most famously William Wordsworth) and painters
A self-guided walking tour of this magical part of England. Start at Windermere and finish at Keswick. The Lake District lies in the county of Cumbria, in England’s north west corner. It is the largest of Britain’s National Parks, and is famous throughout the world for its beautiful and dramatic scenery. The mountains rise from sea level to heights of over 3000 feet (almost 1000 metres), and are intersected by lush green valleys, watered by beautiful lakes. There is a wealth of history and heritage unrivalled in so small an area.
Superior B and B: £675 per person.Dinner each night: £175 extra.Accommodation in small hotels, inns and guest houses with en-suite facilities.
Standard B and B: £545 per person.
Guest houses, Bed and Breakfasts and farms. Normally shared bathrooms. Dinner not included but available within easy reach of accommodation.
Discount available if luggage not transported to Wasdale Head.
Single supplements and extra nights: available on request Local Guide for groups (or individuals): £200 per day
Lunches, dinners (unless Option 1 half board option taken), sightseeing expenses, Windermere ferry, taxi journeys.
Any day April-October subject to accommodation availability
Arrive Windermere. Orientation meeting.
Walk to Coniston via Hawkshead, with public transport available from Hawkshead if required (7 miles/12 kms to Hawkshead 11miles/18 kms to walk the whole route, with 350 or 500 metres of height gain respectively).
Day in Coniston. Sightseeing or walking available.
Walk to Eskdale via Seathwaite-in-Dunnerdale, where taxi rendezvous can be arranged if required (7.5 miles/13 kms to Seathwaite, 12 miles/20 kms to walk the whole route, with 600 or 800 metres respectively of height gain).
Day in Eskdale. Sightseeing or walking available, including a chance to climb Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain.
Walk to Wasdale Head (6 miles or 10 kms with 250 metres of height gain).
Walk to Lodore via Seatoller-in-Borrowdale, where public transport is available if required. At Lodore catch boat to Keswick. (6 miles/10 kms to Seatoller, 11 miles/18 kms to walk the whole route, with 500 or 700 metres respectively of height gain). Taxi service from Keswick to Windermere (pay locally).