Langdale Late Summer Camping Weekend

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Sep 27
2019

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£53.00
Event booking closes on Sep 25 at 16:00:00
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You can do as much or as little as you like, but the walks will be hilly! For anyone who doesn't want to participate in the walk, there are plenty of other options for things to see and do in the area.

Great Langdale is celebrated globally for its outstanding scenery. But, most importantly it’s hailed as being the location for the first ever ODL event (otherwise known as Winter Camp).

Langdale is situated in the heart of the Lake District surrounded by stunning landscapes and on the doorstep of some of the most iconic walks the country has to offer, and all within the vicinity our campsite. The Langdale Pikes and Crinkle Crags, to name just a few, are perfectly visible from opening your tent door.

The campsite itself is run by the National Trust, so as you would expect it has great, clean and plentiful facilities (inc some of the best campsite showers we have experienced!) whilst retaining a remote and rustic feel.

There are also number of good pubs within a mile’s walk of the campsite, so if you don't fancy cooking or just prefer an evening pint looking up at the stars then you won't be disappointed. I can highly recommend the cheesy chips at the Old Dungeon Ghyll.

Walks will be organised by one of our OutdoorLads leaders on both Saturday & Sunday.

Dogs: Are welcome, for an additional fee of £3 per dog for the weekend, but MUST be booked first with the OutdoorLads Office on 0161 420 0001 or support@outdoorlads.com

Caravans: This site does not accept caravans.

Campervans, Motorhomes: Space may be available but we will need to liaise with the campsite. Please make enquires with the OutdoorLads office. There will be an additional charge, the price of which is variable. Please enquire with the OutdoorLads office before booking a place. 

Photos credits: ODL image library and my own.

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