Hike in the Cumbrian Lake District, experience unique bunkhouse accommodation, indulge in delicious local pub food
It’s difficult to not be charmed by the pastoral splendour of England’s fabled Lake District, a place that has inspired travellers and scribes alike for centuries. A favourite muse of Wordsworth, Coleridge and other romantic poets, this bucolic slice of paradise in northern England is the perfect place for a good, long, reflective stroll. Here, you’ll walk among the country’s tallest peaks to cozy villages in search of delicious pub fare made from the finest local produce, stay in unique lodgings, and enjoy the best that rural England can offer. Write your own ending.
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Travel to the ancient market town of Ulverston. Opt to hike up to the Hoad Monument for panoramic views across Morecambe bay and the Lake District fells.
After a hearty breakfast, walk to Coniston passing Torver Beck through rolling farmland with views across Coniston Water.
Walk past Tarn Hows to Langdale. If it's clear, you can see the towering summit of Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain, before we continue along the Cumbrian Way to our unique bunkhouse accommodation.
Walk from Langdale to Borrowdale. Today, we have the most scenic day of hiking, up over the Stake Pass. Heading down into Borrowdale at the end of the day you can opt to have a delicious pub dinner.
Walk from Borrowdale to Keswick. Along the final walk to Keswick today with views out to the mountain of Skiddaw. Stop to admire the views of the lakes for the final time before we head to our comfy b&b accommodation.
Transfer from Keswick to Penrith. Transfer by train to London. Depart at any time.