Ullswater ‘Steamers’ celebrates over 160 years of operating cruises on one of England’s most beautiful lakes, Ullswater. Operating one of the largest heritage boat fleets in the world, we offer visitors an unforgettable experience 363 days a year. The cruises from Ullswater ‘Steamers’ connect to some of the most famous and iconic walking routes in …
The multi-award winning and original forest adventure set high up in the canopy. Enjoy two to three hours in the trees, taking on zip wires, Tarzan swings, rope ladders and a variety of obstacles and crossings.
Provider of outdoor activities. Specialists in Ghyll Scrambling, Canyoning, Via Ferrata and White Water Tubing plus lots more!
Keswick Climbing Wall is just a 5 minute drive from the centre of Keswick, situated next to the historic Castlerigg Stone Circle and offers magnificent views over to the Helvellyn Range.
From ghyll scrambling, canyoning & kayaking to a Lake District Via Ferrata, canoeing, and so much more, we deliver exciting outdoor adventure activities & things to do in Keswick, the UK’s biggest and best adventure playground.
Tuition for sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, ghyll scrambling and stand up paddle boarding both for individuals and groups.
Explore Lakeland’s industrial past as you discover the links between geology, quarrying and the 400 year history of metal ore mining. Take a ride on a steam locomotive ‘Sir Tom’ and enjoy the fantastic views of Blencathra or why not try your hand at panning for minerals in the stream.
Rookin House offer many activities including Archery, Air Rifles, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Human Bowling, Horse Trekking, Escorted Quad Bike Trekking , a variety of Off Road Vehicles, Paintballing and various Team Events from 1 hour to a few days.
Venture into the Borrowdale and discover thrilling activities both outside and inside the mountains! Honistor Slate Mine offers award winning mine tours, subterranean Climb the Mine, The Infinity Bridge, Via Ferrata Classic and Xtreme and the ‘Sky High Cafe’.
Derwent Water is one Keswick’s main assets. Only a short stroll from the town centre via Hope Park with its beautiful formal gardens, the lake is three miles long and very much a ‘landscape of moods’ varying from the dramatic waves splashing against Friar’s Crag – when driven by southerly gales – to absolutely mirror …