The Great Langdale Bunkhouse is also dog friendly so your four legged friend can be with you every step of the way!
Local things to do when you stay at Great Langdale Bunkhouse include:
Scrambling in the Stickle Ghyll; climb, jump and adventure in the Stickle Ghyll. Then take a breather and admire the dazzling waterfalls and rockpools carved into the rock.
There is a lot of opportunity for geocaching in the Lake District. Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunt that is played all over the world. Players use GPS coordinates to locate the treasure boxes and explore the area on the way. It is a game accessible to everyone from the very young to the very old! Just pick a geocach location that suits your ability.
Climbing Jack’s Rake; one of the most popular grade one scrambles in the Lake District beginning at stickle farm. Not for the faint hearted as the climb may take up to three hours and required basic climbing knowledge and equipment.
Trekking up Bowfell; this mountain is the sixth biggest in the Lake District. It is one of the most popular fells in the lake district and for good reason. It has a bit of everything a keen hiker would want and it is described by Alfred Wainwright as “A favourite of all fellwalkers, Bowfell is a mountain that command attention whenever it appears in view. And more than attention, respect and admiration”
At the end of a fantastic day exploring Great Langdale and everything it has to offer, why not relax with a pint in the Stickle Barn Tavern?Find out more about Great Langdale Bunkhouse