Top 3 things to do in the Lake District

The Lake District is full of amazing places to see and things to do. With over 2362 square kilometres of woodland, mountains, Lakes and much more there is plenty for you explore.

It offers something for everyone weather you are exploring the coffee shops and having some retail therapy or looking for something a little more action packed there is something for everyone.

With more and more people opting to stay in the Uk this year the Lake District has never been so popular for the ultimate stay cation. Check out this amazing video about the great British stay cation

 

We have put together a list of our top 3 things to do the Lake District

 Ghyll Scrambling:

Explore the Lake District like never before. Jump, climb, swim and abseil your way up or down one of the many natural Ghyll in the Lake District. This is by far the most popular thing we do a rightly so its awesome fun! 

 

This is a great wet day activity when over things are not on and  the water is high and jumps even better. Which is why it get number 1 on our top 3 things to do in the Lake District.

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Rock Climbing:

The Lake District is home of British rock climbing and its well worth giving a go weather your seasoned climber or new to it. You will be taken to one of the many crags in the Lake District and literary shown the ropes.

With so much on offer in the Lakes it a cracking sport to dry and one I am sure you will have an absolute blast at.

You can either do a full day or half day session and normally in that time your get a full instruction and get to try your hand at many different climbs. Giving this great sport number 2 on our Top 3 things to do in the Lake District

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Climb a fell

You cannot come to Lake District and not climb a mountain!

There is plenty of amazing mountains to choose from. All of them with their own character to them.

If your new to it and want to try something a little simple a great place to start is either Catbell’s or Loughrigg fell.

Check out our recent blog post about great mountain walks in the Lake District

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