Today we visited the Coniston Coppermine valley and admired its rugged, worked landscape, waterfalls and also explored a couple of the tunnels.
Today’s 2 mile family walk took us up a “Wainwright”… Holme Fell, which lies between Skelwith Bridge and Coniston. Views from the top stretch right out over Coniston Water in one direction and the Langdale Pikes in the other.
This beautiful 3.5 mile circular walk around Little Langdale takes in two amazing caves, Hodge Close and Cathedral Quarry. It’s the perfect walk for a family adventure. Don’t forget your torches!
Coniston Water is one of our favourite lakes in the Lake District, and is accessible from many areas. Here is the perfect family picnic, based near the Bluebird Cafe in Coniston itself.
Today we did a 3 mile looped walk up and across Bethecar Moor, to Brock Barrow. This afforded us some beautiful scenery across Coniston Water and the fells beyond.
Hodge Close quarry and caves is certainly an adventure, for young and old alike It offers some amazing views of its massive water filled cavern, from both the top and bottom.
An easy circular pushchair walk around Tarn Hows with an optional excursion to the waterfalls or Tom Heights
With an amazing weather forecast for Sunday, we were excited to get our walking boots on and get out there! We chose an adventurous walk round Tilberthwaite, over Coniston way. […]