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Great langdale

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Guided Walk from Tilberthwaite to Holme Fell. A delightful walk over Holme Fell with wonderful views over Little Langdale, Coniston and beyond.

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Bluebells

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The guided Walk on Coniston Old Man and Dow Crag with the LDPNA this spring is the perfect opportunity to forget about reading the map and follow an expert so you can make the most of the those iconic views.

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Egg hunt

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Easter in Little Langdale usually means the arrival of the lambs and the daffodils blooming and a slightly warmer weather, however the colder weather seems to have stuck around longer than usual.

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Winter mountains

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The Lake District may be famous for its stunning mountain views, masses of water (lake, tarns, meres, waters, and rivers), abundance of walks but there’s now another reason to visit, the food and drink!

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The first signs are sping are starting to show, with snowdrops appearing and daffodils popping their heads up (it’ll be a few weeks before they are fully out)!

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Three shires inn front

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The Lake District has been dubbed the Adventure Capital of England for good reason, and Little Langdale makes a perfect base from which to play in it.

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Slater Bridge in the foreground with the Greenburn Horseshoe behind

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The Greenburn Horseshoe walk is a ten mile hike that starts and finishes at the Three Shires. Get packed up and prepare for a ten mile hike with 3000 feet of ascent, with stunning views across Little Langdale.

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Bar pumps

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We're surrounded by a plethora of excellent independent breweries who supply an extraordinary range of superlative and award-winning beers. Here's what's hot...

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