Everything comes in epic proportions at Lake District National Park. Take Scafell Pike for example, it’s England’s highest mountain. And Wastwater isn’t just any lake, it’s the deepest in England. Is it any wonder the Lake District has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has inspired creatives for centuries? And great news, it’s all gloriously free and open with unrestricted access to the fells, not to mention an extensive network of open rights of way.
Lake District Bushcraft
A back to nature experience awaits on the shores of Lake Windermere on the private Graythwaite Estate in the Lake District National Park. In an action-packed 1.5 hours you’ll learn the skills you need to survive a night in the Lake District such as fire lighting, shelter building, sourcing water, basic camp fire cooking and, of course, toasting marshmallows. Survival skills in beautiful surroundings!
To find out more about Lake District Bushcraft and to book, visit the experience website.
For places to stay in the Lake District National Park, head this way.