The Lake District Day Trip – Grasmere
The Lake District is the UK’s Largest and most visited National Park. It is the largest area of land to be named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy incredible scenic views of this beautiful landscape on a day trip to one of the prettiest areas in the Lake District – Grasmere and Rydal. One of the best ways to see the area is to go on a scenic walk! Join us as we enjoy a gentle walk around Grasmere Lake taking in the forest and river views along the way. After this we will have some free time for lunch in Grasmere village where you can also visit Worsdworth’s grave and Daffodil Garden as well as the world famous Ginger Bread shop!. Following your visit to Grasmere we will also enjoy some time at Rydal Mount and Gardens where there are more options to also visit Rydal Lake. A lovely day out in this scenic and relaxed area of the Lake District!
Your trip includes:
- Coach travel for up to 49 people
- A friendly guide
- A guided walk around Grasmere Lake
- A visit to the village of Grasmere and Rydal Gardens
Meeting point and time:
Outside Costa 44 Lord Street L2 1TD
08:15 for registration
The coach leaves at 08.30am or before if everyone is punctual.
Travel time: 2.5 hours plus a service stop on the way.
Will there be a service stop on the way?
Yes, but there will be a direct service on the way back unless a stop is required.
Leaving Rydal Mount at 16:00
Returning to Liverpool by 18.30
We will have a gentle 1.5 hrs walk on arrival around Grasmere Lake followed by free time for lunch in Grasmere Village where there are cafes, shops and traditional pubs. After lunch we will visit the beautiful gardens at Rydal Mount where there are options to also visit Rydal Lake.
Walk difficulty: Easy-Medium and 1.5hrs in length. Some short uphill paths but mostly flat and gentle.
Variations on the trip
Sometimes things don’t always go to plan and British weather can be changeable. If for any reason there is extensive flooding on arrival, we may offer more time in Grasmere village instead of the walk and opt to go to Bowness on Windermere as an extra visit on top of Grasmere and Rydal.
What to bring:
-A smile of course! Come ready to make friends and enjoy the day.
-Snacks, water, mobile phone, a charger pack, your itinerary and booking number plus some money for lunch or souvenirs.
What to wear:
-Waterproof walking boots or trainers suitable for walking and muddy conditions.
-Warm layered clothing
-Hat, scarf and gloves in the winter
-Some walks are not suitable for umbrellas so be prepared with waterproof clothing.
-A hat in summer
-Sunscreen all year
What are people saying about us?
Lake District *****
My husband and I had an amazing time in the Lake District. It is an area in the mountains with stunning nature, pure air and beautiful village. It is an opportunity to run away of the reality, get a lovely air and have fun with friends. Everything was perfect: the staff was lovely, good organization. I highly recommend this trip.
Reviewed by CristinaN1333 on Trip Advisor
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