Whether you’re a novice or more experienced in outdoor adventure there are a range of outdoor activities to get involved in. From sailing and canoeing on the lake, taking a pony ride across the fells, rock climbing, or abseiling down a cliff there is no time to get bored!
Ullswater boasts some of the most beautiful walks around the Lake District, with many Wainright fells to conquer; including England’s highest peak Scafell Pike. Take in the breathtaking scenery, rugged, rural landscape and cascading waterfalls en route.
Ullswater is the hidden gem, off the beaten track and you’ll find some of the most exhilarating and thrilling outdoor activities in the Lake District to get involved in. There really is something for everyone from families who love to explore, to thrill seeking daredevils!
Nordic Walking is a specific fitness technique and is not to be confused with trekking, hill walking or trail running as the poles are not planted in front of the walker/runner but in a specific way that increases the use of the upper body. It can be done by anybody, anywhere and does not require expensive equipment or clothing.
The Friends of the Ullswater Way are a local group whose aim is to celebrate all that makes the Ullswater Valley special
Equestrian and Activity Centre in Cumbria – The Lake District
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES IN ULLSWATER & THE LAKE DISTRICT
Lakeland Boat Hire is a small family owned and operated leisure service nestled on the mouth of the river Eamont at the head of Lake Ullswater. Situated close by is the village of Pooley Bridge.
Adventurous outdoor activities based in the heart of Ullswater
A family-friendly sailing club on beautiful Ullswater with something for everyone. Learn to sail at our Ullswater Sailing School
Outdoor Adventures around Ullswater
We have a strong and highly respected reputation in the fields of fell running, adventure racing, coaching and mountaincraft.
Set in a picturesque location on the shores of Ullswater, the Lakeland village of Glenridding was described by Wainwright as ‘The loveliest square mile in all of Lakeland’.