The afternoon 8 Northern Lakes Panoramic Tour
Pickup Locations and Timing
Pick Up times for this tour are as follows:-
For pick ups in Bowness 1300 – 1315
For Pick ups in Windermere 1300 – 1315
For Pick Ups in Ambleside 1325 – 1335
If booking for a tour on the day of the tour (last minute)
Please ring 07824845319 or 01539442751
online bookings sometimes take time to arrive in our system and be seen.
This tour takes you up to the beautiful northern parts of the Lake District.
Places to see on this tour:-
You are picked up and taken up to Keswick where you experience a wonderful boat cruise on one of Lakeland’s most beautiful lakes Derwentwater; after which you continue on your tour through some of the most dramatic mountainous regions of volcanic origins from millions of years ago. We travel through the Borrowdale Valley up and over Honister Pass with views from the top down into the breathtaking Honister Valley below. For those wishing to take the opportunity there is a toilet/comfort stop in the Borrowdale Valley. We stop in Honister Valley to take in the scenic views and to take photos on the banks of the River Derwent. We proceed through the valley until we come upon one of the most remote and unspoiled lakes – Buttermere. Truly one of the loveliest spots on the entire tour. Slowly we make our way along the shore line overlooking the lake below and with views of the forest and waterfalls on the opposite side. We manage to view, in part, another of the remote and unspoiled lakes Crummock Water before negotiating the narrow uphill road through Newlands Pass to Moss Force Waterfall at the top, where we once again leave our minibus to take photos of the waterfall and surrounding views of the mountains and Valleys. Our next stop is Castle Rigg Stone circle, a testimony to mans presence in the area 4500 years ago. Older but smaller than Stonehenge this is the second most visited Stone Circle in the UK and in much more beautiful surroundings and some say the highlight of the tour. From here we make our way back along the shores of Thirlmere, a fresh water reservoir which is the fifth largest lake in the Lake District. We stop briefly at Dove Cottage the once home of poet William Wordsworth for a photo stop and if time a look in the gift shop if open. On completion we ride along the shores of Rydal Water through the market town of Ambleside and the famous Little Bridge House, arriving back in Windermere at around 1745. For those catching a train we will drop them at the train station and everyone else back at their hotel /B & B.