In the company of an experienced National Park Ranger, take an hour-long cruise on beautiful Ullswater, with expert commentary all the way to Pooley Bridge. Then enjoy a three mile (5km) guided walk around the Dalemain Loop past the ancient Church of Dacre dating from the 12th Century with its mysterious Stone Bears. Arrive at Dalemain Mansion, home to the annual world-famous Marmalade Festival. Enjoy a buffet lunch and private tour of this family home, including the private cellars, and finish with a marmalade tasting session. Return cruise to Glenridding.
£75 per person
Free short stay parking on site. Longer stay parking in Glenridding village centre for a small charge.
Buffet lunch included.
Suitable clothing for the weather on the day. Walking boots recommended.
Tuesdays, May – September.
Not accessible for wheelchair users or people with mobility issues.
Intermediate English required to fully appreciate the experience.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Park of epic proportions, The Lake District is home to Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain – and Wastwater, its deepest lake.