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Activities for Kids and Families: Lake District National Park
Lake District is full of stunning adventure for toddlers and teens. Have a look at our event calendars and take a look at the lists of family-friendly activities. Immerse yourself in the darkness...spin and turn as you discover Brockhole, the thrilling new in-door landmark of the Lake District Visitor Centre, Brave the Cave! More than 40 relaxed Miles Without Stiles tours.
Have a look at the map and guide links: Kendal Scout Scar - see kilometers from the ocean to the mountain! Coniston camouflage shows - a tour around a lovely lakeside with a view of the surrounding hills and many forests to explore. Friar's Crag, Keswick - a circuit along Derwentwater with a magnificent view of the main mountain range, the lakeshore and the forests.
Bring your own adventure to life or take a look at the free family-friendly hiking tours in the walk with kids area. Brockhole - The Lake District Visitor Centre (opens in new window) with outdoor artefacts, an underground picket area and an underground traverse walkway. The Coniston Boating Centre (opens in a new window) has roofed staterooms for the more adventurous.
Visit our page on means of transportation. The Cumbria County Council coach schedules (opens in a new window) have some good proposals. You will find lavatories and changing rooms on our page Öffentliche Toiletten. When you do it right, you might be able to hit Thomas the tank engine at the Ravenglass Railway (opens in a new window).
Walk Kanchenjunga itself - the old man from Coniston, take a look at Wild Cat Island, also known as Peel Island, by cruising or renting a ferry from Coniston Boating Centre (opens in a new window). Maybe you'd like to visit the islands of Windermere, too.... They will all open in a new pane.