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Full-Day Winter in the Lake District Private Tour from Windermere
"Winter in the Lake District can be spectacular if you are prepared for the colder temperatures. The roads are quiet the views are amazing and of course the price is less! On a winter tour your guide will show you the most scenic spots and adjust the itinerary to suit road conditions and weather. If you wish to see anything in particular just let your guide kno mountains Grasmere gingerbread maybe snow and the option of a cruise on Lake Windermere finish a remarkable day out.To get the most out of this tour it helps if you can walk on uneven ground for 15- 20 minutes do not wear high heels and have a wind proofjacket."
From GBP320.00
 
Private Tour of the Lake District from Windermere
"This private tour starts at your hotel in Windermere and heads to the dramatic Langdales and onto the infamous Wrynose and Hardknott passes.After ascending over the passes you continue on to Wastwater the deepest lake in England voted 'Britain's favourite view'. Your next stop is for lunch at the Fox and Hounds at Ennerdale Bridge a community owned pub. After lunch you will continue on through Buttermere and ascend Honister Pass passing by the famous Honister Slate Mine through Borrowdale and onto Keswick.On the return to Windermere you visit the 4000 year old Castlerigg S then drive alongside Ullswater 'the most beautiful lake in England' before ending the tour back in Windermere.""""The tour of the Lake District begins at your hotel and heads to the dramatic Langdale Valley. After spending the morning on the infamous Hardknott and Wrynose passes
From GBP130.00
 
Winter Day Trip including a Lake Cruise in the Southern Lake District from Windermere
"On leaving the Lakeland village of Windermere the tour heads to the medieval village of Hawkshead which dates back to the 14th Century and grew to be an important wool trading market. During free time there is the opportunity to explore the village famously linked to William Wordsworth who attended Hawkshead Grammar School and childrens author Beatrix Potter who lived nearby. The tour heads onwards to the picturesque tarn of Tarn Hows where you will have chance to admire the view of the tarn with the Lakeland Fells as the dramatic backdrop. Continuing towards the lakeside village of Coniston the Mini-Coach provides a great view down the Yewdale Valley. Travelling through the Coniston area you will hear about the famous World Water Speed reco you may even see a glimpse of Yew Tree Farm which was used in the film Miss Potter as Beatrix Potter's home.The tour takes in the highlights of the Langdales
From GBP30.00

More Sports & Outdoors in Isle of Walney

Kite Surfing

I'm not sure how long kite surfing has been popular at Earnsie Bay, on Walney but I know for the last couple of years at least, heats of the kite surfing championship have been held here.It is also...
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Sep 03, 2009

Walney Airfield

Yes, Walney really does have an airfield!!Situated at the north end of Walney, right by the coast, it belongs to BAE. Systems, Barrow's largest employer. The Lakes Gliding Club operates from here at...
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Sep 22, 2006
 
 
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Things to Do Near Isle of Walney

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Lancaster City Museum

We did not have time to visit Lancaster City Museum, which is situated in Market Square. It occupies a building which was once Lancaster's Town Hall. It was built in 1783 and designed by Major Thomas...
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North Pier

Built to be used as a promenade over the sea, the pier was later enriched with some amusement, with bars and theatres. In the good old days it was aimed to attract the upper market. Now, after fires...
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Tower

Since we were in Blackpool and we had to do something with our time, we decided to go to the top of the Tower. You're supposed to watch a 4D movie before going up but it was temporarily malfunctioning...
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Illuminations

Blackpool has many attractions, but to me the best is that it is by the sea. We picked a n evening that was cold and wet, and yet the views over the water were quite spectacular. Add to that the...
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Central Pier

It's a odd idea, transforming a pier in a luna park, but that seems to be what happened in Blackpool. We strolled with pleasure around it, observed the impressive image of the big wheel, but our fun...
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Stanley Park

Right in the middle of Blackpool you will find Stanley Park. This is a place were I love to go when I want to get away from it all. It is relaxing, friendly and beautiful. You can spend a good couple...
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Top 5 Isle of Walney Writers

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nickandchris

"An Island Off Cumbria"
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"Walney - where, did you say?"
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Chadburn.cc

"Welcome to Walney"
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CAPTAINSTRAINER

"WHERE'S THE BAY?"
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