Claife Viewing Station is an attraction well worth a visit and not too far from Lothlorien.
Set on a rocky hillside overlooking Windermere, this
The Windermere Ferry is the only way to get from one side of the lake to the other (rather than travel all the way
Sail on Windemere Lake Crusies:
Windermere Lake Cruises is the most popular attraction in Cumbria.
The company runs cruises on England’s largest lake – Windermere
Holehird Gardens near Windermere is the home of the Lakeland Horticultural Society.The gardens and house are set in 17 acres overlooking the lake and with
Windermere’s Stunning Fell Foot Park:Fell Foot Park, at the bottom end of Windermere, is a very popular visitor attraction and only 8 miles from
Gummers How Car Park – Starting Point
You can drive the difficult steep bit from the Newby Bridge road and park in the car park
Fell Foot Park – Newby Bridge:
Fell Foot Park is near Newby Bridge about 20 minutes away from Lothlorien.
This 18-acre park is owned by
Great North Swim – Windermere:
As many as 10,000 swimmers are expected to take part in the Great North Swim.
The event takes place
If you like water sports, the National “Go Canoeing” week runs over the coming week.
Events have been arranged at Fell Foot Park
The Ancient White House Of Townend:
On the outskirts of the small village of Troutbeck lies Townend, a white 17th-Century Lakeland yeoman farmer’s house, with