Make the most of the great outdoors when visiting the Lake District

The Lake District National Park home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK. Getting out and enjoying the Lake District outdoors is a must and can be done in a variety of ways.


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The Lake District is well known for its great cycling terrain. Explore the quiet roads, lanes, bridleways and forest tracks which provide great exercise whilst seeing as much of landscape as possible. Choose a flat route on the designated cycle paths in the Lake District or take on the mighty mountain passes such as Wrynose and Hardknott. These road wind up through the fells with 1 in 3 gradients and hairpin bends. Not for the faint hearted, these roads are challenging but highly rewarding and the ride back down exhilarating.

Other activities
Whilst fell walking and cycling are without doubt the most popular activities for visitors to Lakeland, there are many other available for those who enjoy the great Lake District outdoors. For outdoor adventurists there’s rock climbing, canoeing, ghyll scrambling and attractions such as the Via Ferrata at Honister Slate Mine. For the less hedonistic there are some excellent golf courses in the county which still offer amazing views as well as challenging golf.

Where to stay
The Langdale Lake District Hotel & Spa has the location and the facilities for all lovers of the great outdoors. A spa, restaurant and pub and walks and cycle routes on the doorstep. Rooms start from £135. Visit for more information.