Please note: We do not allow children under the age of 5
The Langdales, picturesque valleys surrounded by mountains.
Hardknott and Wrynose mountain passes, the steepest in England with stunning views.
Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, this is a narrow gauge heritage railway.
Wastwater, once voted ‘Britain’s favourite view’. England’s deepest lake with the high mountain Scafell Pike.
Muncaster Castle Gardens, 14th Century Castle with extensive beautiful grounds.
This classic adventure tour of the Western Lakes uses a route pioneered by the Romans!
The tour focuses around the Western Lake District travelling over the Lake District’s famous mountain passes; Hardknott and Wrynose, which are some of the steepest in Great Britain.
During your day you will have time to enjoy a narrow gauge heritage train ride, see England’s deepest lake and visit the grounds of the 14th Century Muncaster Castle.
This tour is a chance to see the real Lake District!
Muncaster Castle is a Grade 1 listed building and has been the home to the Pennington family since the 13th century; it is situated towards the west end of Muncaster Fell overlooking Eskdale. The oldest parts of the Castle include the Great Hall and Peel Tower. The grounds are extensive with a rhododendron collection of many colours. If you time your visit well, you will be able to enjoy their spectacular birds of prey show.
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Blea tarn is definitely one of the Lake District’s hidden gems. You can enjoy stunning views of the tarn itself with the famous Langdale Pikes as its backdrop, it really is positioned in the heart of the wild Lake District.
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Hardknott shares the title of steepest road in England at 1 in 3, 33%. The first road over the pass was built by the Romans to join Mediobogdum, the fort on the pass, still some of the most impressive Roman ruins in Britain with the fort Galava at Ambleside.
Wastwater is the deepest lake in England at 80m, flanked on the south by the famous Wastwater screes, the weathered crumbled rock on the slope down into the lake. It was voted by viewers of a 2007 ITV programme to be the ‘best view in England’. The lake now supplies water to the Sellafield Nuclear Reprocessing plants. The views from here are simply breath-taking
This tour is a driven guided tour. As a private tour you can do as much walking as you like.
Maximum of 6 passengers
Private Tours can pick up from a variety of locations.
Please select an option within these areas when booking online. If you wish to request a specific location please contact us directly via phone or email to enquire.
Some locations may not be possible for this tour or may require an additional charge.
There is space on-board for hand luggage and there is a large boot for extra luggage.
You will stop at the Brook House Inn.
You may cancel 48 hours prior to departure & receive a full refund. After 48 hours no refund will be issued.
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