What To See And Do At Rydal Water
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Located in the English lake district, Rydal Water is a small but charming lake with stunning views. With beautiful hiking routes, wild swimming spots, woodlands and caverns to explore; There is a lot to see and do around this small lake.

Stott Park and High Dam Walk Near Lake Windermere, England
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In the south of the peninsula, neighbouring lake Windermere is an often forgotten and quieter trail for this area of the lakes. High dam is a lovely walking route and tarn that has plenty of options to suit those who want a bit of a challenge or those who want … Read More

High Ropes, Tree Tops and Tarzan Swings – Go Ape Whinlatter, Cumbria
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Swinging through the tree tops, walking a tight rope and taking a leap of faith… Go Ape Whinlatter offers the ultimate tree top adventure for anyone. If you love the great outdoors and a healthy dose of calculated risk, then this experience in the English Lake District is for you. … Read More

The Lake District Series – Ennerdale Water
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Ennerdale water is a remote glacial lake that is tucked away in the north west of the national park surrounded by mountains and mature conifers. I knew very little about this stunning lake, with the neighbouring village of Ennerdale bridge set back from the lake, giving this lake even more remoteness. The location of the lake is also further for anyone travelling from most of England; I wish I knew about it sooner.

The Lake District Series – Derwent Water and Bassenthwaite
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Derwent water sits in the north east of the lake district peninsula of Cumbria, England. This 5km long tranquil water offers plenty to see and do for locals and visitors. With the nearby town of Keswick only a stones throw away and plenty of walking routes ; the surrounding areas … Read More

Cleaning Up The Crags With Dirtbags
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Meet the Cumbrian based company that aims to reduce outdoor equipment and clothing waste by creating unique products for climbers and more. I recently interviewed Jennifer, the owner and creator of Dirtbags to find out where it all began and more about Dirtbags. Jennifer had always wanted to climb but … Read More

Ultimate Cornwall Guide – Top tips for visiting Cornwall
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With a 5 hour drive time from London, most people would ask, why visit Cornwall? The little corner poking out of the south-west of England is a world away from the smog and hectic streets of London. Rolling cliffs laced with native wildlife, friendly people, excellent surf, delicious fresh food, … Read More

The Lake District Series – Lake Ullswater
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In the north east of the Cumbrian Peninsula is Lake Ullswater. This is the second largest lake in the English ‘Lake District’ (a UNESCO world heritage site) with an area of approx. 8.9km squared. It is a ribbon lake that is surrounded by stunning peaks. From hiking and camping, to … Read More