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Rabbies, english lake district y hadrians wall

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Highlights: ~ Scottish Borders.
~ Hadrian’s Wall.
~ Lake Windermere.
~ Wordsworth’s Cottage.
~ Derwent Water.
~ Honister Pass.
~ Moffat.
3 Days spent discovering the secrets of Roman Britain and the stunning Lakes and Mountains of Cumbria. Highlights include The Scottish Borders, Hadrian’s Wall, Lake Windermere, Wordsworth’s Cottage, Derwent Water and Honister Pass. For the variety of landscapes and history packed into three days this tour is difficult to beat.
Stay 2 nights in Keswick in the heart of the Lake District.
Departs: 09.00 am. Returns: 18.00 approx.
Details and Itinerary: Day 1 Travel south into the Scottish Borders stopping at the world famous Scott’s View for stunning views over the Borders, the River Tweed and the Cheviot Hills that separate Scotland and England. You then travel along what remains of Hadrian’s Wall, built as the frontier of the Roman empire, with stops along the way. In the afternoon you will reach the charming town of Keswick, your base for 2 nights.
Day 2 gives you the opportunity to explore some of the highlights of the Lake District, including visits to Castlerigg standing stones and Ullswater, described as England’s most beautiful lake, where you can take a forest walk to see the mighty Aira Force waterfall. You will have options to take lunch and a boat cruise on Lake Windemere and the afternoon will be spent exploring Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter country around Coniston water, Hawkes head and the charming village of Grasmere.
Day 3 gives you time in the dramatic Whinlatter Forest Park, the rural village of High Lorton, Crummock Water, Butter mere and the Honister mountain pass, famous for its old slate mines. Your tour continues through the forest of Borrowdale, along Derwent Water and back to Keswick for lunch and some free time, before returning to Edinburgh in the afternoon via the spa town of Moffat, the Galloway Hills and the Southern Uplands.