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  • Lake District Activitites Walking, Hicking, Rambling
    Ullswater Boat Ride BORROWDALE Scafell Pike LANGDALES Langdale Pikes HAWKSHEAD Tarn Hows GRASMERE Easedale Tarn AMBLESIDE Fairfield Horseshoe Wansfell via Troutbeck Village Rydal Water Grasmere Links to Other Walks John Dawson s Lake District Walks If you would like to submit pictures or a link to your site and to advertise please do Please Contact Us Disclaimer Climbing Fell Walking Mountaineering Cycling Mountain Biking Watersports and other Activities can be

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/activities/walking/walks_main.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Fell Walking Lake District and Cumbria
    is unique and spectacular from the high tops down to the valleys The Lake District is England most popular area for walking due to the fact it s ease of accessibility and the walking within the area has varied levels from the gentle stroll to the more strenuous challenges the Lake District has to offer The aim is to introduce you to some of the spectacular walking the Lake District has to offer the gentle walker or to the more experience fell walker We do recommend that you have a map of the area you intend to walk in able to read a map and that you abide to the correct paths to protect the area and the Lake District of it s beauty If you are intending to head onto the higher fells it is recommended that you have a compass and that you know how to use it waterproofs warm clothing food and drinks If you would like to submit a walk with pictures or a link to your site please Contact Us ADVERTISING FEATURE Treks and Trails AscentTraining Disclaimer Climbing Fell Walking Mountaineering Cycling Mountain Biking Watersports and other Activities can be extremely dangerous and can result

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/activities/walking/walking_main.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Millom Caravan Lake District Camping & Caravanning
    sea and the mountains 5 minutes from the sea and 15 minutes from the mountains by car Ideal for sea fishing walking cycling and visiting the lakes Wastwater being the nearest lake We have bike storage for the keen cyclists Also we have seated patio area ideal for BBQ s you also have the use of a large garden area Children welcome and controlled pets Three golf courses near by

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  • Youth Hostels Accommodation Lake District Uk
    Carlisle Cartmel Cleator Cockermouth Coniston Eastern Fells Ennerdale Bridge Eskdale Glenridding Grange over Sands Grasmere Hawkshead Kendal Keswick Langdales Maryport Milnthorpe Newby Bridge Newlands Valley Penrith Pooley Bridge Ravenglass Troutbeck Nr Windermere Ambleside Ulverston Wasdale Whitehaven Wigton Windermere Workington Youth Hostels Add Site Click Here Please mention Lake District Lets Go when making your Enquiry or Booking Youth Hostels Association YHA is an organisation which provides the basic accommodation to

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  • Lake District Rock Climbing
    the area you will find Pillar Rock with the summit only being reached by climbing Scafell Pike and England s Biggest climbing crag the Scafell Crag One of the climbers of the early days was W P Haskett Smith who was the first to climb the Napes Needle on Napes Crag Great Cable in June 1886 and is also believed to have left his handkerchief on the top fluttering in the wind Napes Needle is one of the most photographed climbs in the Lake District which is only around sixty five 65 ft high very exposed and the position being very dramatic with great views In 1907 the first climbing club in the area was formed the FRCC Fell Rock Climbing Club and just after the First World War the first guide books began to appear Borrowdale close to Keswick is excellent place for the climber with Shepherds Crag being one the most popular has it offers various grades for everyone close to the road B5289 and an excellent cafe at the High Lodore Farm The most popular route on Shepherd s Crag is known as Little Chamonix which is V Diff Very Difficult with the last pitch being also one of the most popular photographed In the Langdale area you will find excellent climbs on the exposed Gimmer Crag a multi pitch on Middlefell Buttress for the beginners and close by Pavey Arc with various grades On the wet days in the Lakes you will find a number of climbing walls around the Lake District with Kendal Climbing Wall being the main one For a list of climbing walls Click HERE In the most popular areas of the Lake District like Ambleside Coniston Grasmere Keswick and Windermere you will find excellent retail shops that sell and can advice you

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  • Lake District Activitites Fishing and Fly Fishing
    steeped in history close by The area offers excellent fishing for all types of anglers fishing the lakes and tarns across the Lake District The types of fish to be caught are wild brown Trout Perch Roach Eels and Pike You will find that most of the National Trust lakes tarns and becks can be fished if permits are purchased You will find also some waters are either private or for conservation you are advised to seek information to where these areas are On some waters fishing is free On all National Trust waters lead weights are banned and no live bait is allowed If you wish you could hire a guide to go fishing or even improve your skill and knowledge of the area For more details on fishing areas bait tackle permissions bylaws and costs please see above the links for further information If you would like to submit pictures or a link to your site and to advertise please do Please Contact Us Lake District and Cumbria Fishing Links Lake District and Cumbria Angling Clubs Links Windermere Ambleside and District Angling Association Ulverston Angling Club Useful Links Environment Agency Disclaimer Climbing Fell Walking Mountaineering Cycling Mountain Biking

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  • Lake District Activitites Horse Riding, Horse Riding Holidays
    relaxing or lively for all the family or individual A gentle walk through the village to an exhilarating gallop along the beach horse riding and trekking is suitable for all ages and abilities You will find first class instruction and horses for anyone who wanted to take a break and improve their riding at a price they could afford Whether you are trekking along a bridleway or the beach you will discover beauty freedom and panoramic views of the Lake District and surrounding areas Horse Riding in the Lakes can be a rewarding time and fun whilst being able to enjoy the beauty of the area and freedom the Lake District and surrounding areas has to offer If you would like to try horse riding or improve your skills whilst in the Lake District contact the people below Add Site Click Here Please mention Lake District Lets Go when making your Enquiry or Booking Equestrian Riding and Trekking Centres Stonetrail Riding Centre Bailey Mill Riding and Racing Holmescales Riding Centre Murthwaite Green Trekking Centre Bradley s Riding Centre Cumbrian Heavy Horses Disclaimer Climbing Fell Walking Mountaineering Cycling Mountain Biking Watersports and other Activities can be extremely dangerous and can result

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  • Lake District Activitites Walking, Climbing, Watersports, Cycling, Horse Riding and Fishing
    especially if you like getting wet then the Lakes is the place for you The Watersports on offer range from Sailing Canoeing Kayaking and Boat Hire all found in the wonderful setting of the lakes to the backdrop of the Lakeland fells around Lake Windermere Coniston Derwent Water Ullswater and Bassenthwaite Canoeing can also be found on a number of estuaries throughout Cumbria There is 10mph speed limit on Lake Windermere Whatever your watersport you will find centers that offer tuition for the beginner right through to the experience person who want to brush up on their skills with quality and safety being of top priority and the centers holding the necessary certificates You will also find the centers also provide the necessary equipment More Information can be gathered from the Tourists Information Centers throughout Cumbria Click HERE for a list of Tourists Information Centers If you would like to submit pictures or a link to your site and to advertise please do Please Contact Us Disclaimer Climbing Fell Walking Mountaineering Cycling Mountain Biking Watersports and other Activities can be extremely dangerous and can result in permanent disability or even loss of life Participants in these activities should be aware

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