10 Things To Do Whilst Caravanning In The Lake District

The Lake District presents so much to see and do for the couple or family who are going caravanning that it can be all too easy to become overwhelmed with options. Here we give you a helping hand by whittling down your options to ten hand-picked must see and do attractions when caravanning in the Lake District. 

  • Take a trip to Lake Derwentwater, Keswick

Derwentwater Lake offers pretty much unparalleled beauty as well as plenty of options for walking tracks to drink in the very best of its views. There are also a range of boat trips for those who want to see the Lake from a different angle (as well as this you also have the option of hiring a boat).

  • Take a ride on a Segway

There can be few as unique a way to see the best that the Lake District has to offer than by Segway. Segway hire in the Lake District can be found both in Cartmel and Clifton.

  •  Go on a walk around Catbells Lakeland, Keswick

The Catbells Lakeland Walk is frequently referred to by visitors as rewarding and exhilarating, and with views over and above the beautiful Derwent Water it’s not difficult to understand why.

  •  Take a trip on one of ten boat tours

Boat tours of all shapes and sizes can be found throughout the Lake District, from the Sail n’ Dine experience offered in Bowness-on-Windermere to the Gondolas that explore the Coniston Waters.

  •  Get the adrenaline pumping with Outdoor activities

The Lake District is an equally as perfect choice for those who prefer slow strolls around beautiful surrounding as it is for the lover of action packed sporting adventure.  Amongst the latter collection is the Treetop Trek in Windermere, the Eden Valley Adventure centre in Penrith and the Quest 4 Adventure collection of activities in Ambleside.

  •  Visit the old Man of Coniston

The Old Man of Coniston is one of the most well-known hillside ranges within the entire Lake District region. With a high of 2,634 feet and a range of routes this proves popular throughout the seasons.

  •  Visit the Holehird Gardens, Windermere

The Holehird Gardens features Manicured lawns, beautiful flower displays and a plenty of perfect places for a picnic!

  •  Take a ride on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

For those who want to cover plenty ground in and around the Lake District with little effort there is the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway.

  • Scale some indoor heights at the Lakeland Climbing Centre, Kendal

The Lakeland Climbing Centre is perfect for rock climbing newbies and features some pretty impressively high walls for those who are more accustomed to rock climbing.

  • Take a Nature and Wildlife Tour

There are seven different nature and wildlife tours within the Lake District, including the River Deep Mountain High tour in Coniston, the Mountain Goat Tour in Windermere and the Mountain Journeys experience in Ambleside.

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