Winter Camp 2020: Pods

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Feb 07
2020

12 people attending

0 places left

1 person waitlisted

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£70.00
Event booking closes on Feb 5 at 12:00:00
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As famous as our biggest BIG events, Winter Camp is our annual pilgrimage back to the "birthplace" of OutdoorLads.  It was here, at Great Langdale Campsite that the first informal event took place in February 2006.  Every year we return to enjoy this wonderful part of the country in the Langdale Fells nestled between mountains, tarns, forests and of course, great pubs!

If you fancy something a little different to camping, then this event page is for the small selection of Camping Pods that are on site.  What is a camping pod you ask?  Well....its a very warm, insulated cabin keeping you sheltered from the elements but still very close to the great outdoors.  The pods have heating, lighting, double glazing and lockable doors.   If you are still not sure what a Camping Pod is, type it into google and enjoy.....

You will need to bring everything but your tent basically so you still need bedding/sleeping bag plus sleep mat and any cooking implements.  Double air beds are possible in the pods but only if you are sharing the air bed with your fellow occupant!

Pods are shared by 2 or 3 people.  So if you want to share with a specific person, please message the leader when you pay for your place(s) so we can add you to the list of requests. (However we can't guarantee that you'll get a two person pod.) 

Join us at Great Langdale where we enjoy great onsite facilities including a cafe serving early morning breakfast snacks and some truly great onsite showers which are free to use and heated by the onsite Biomass boiler! Truly environmentally friendly!

THIS PAGE IS TO RESERVE AND PAY FOR A CAMPING POD PLACE.  IF YOU PREFER THE IDEA OF A CAMPING (you brave souls!!) THEN PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THAT PAGE.

Dogs: Sadly, dogs are not allowed in the pods.  Sorry!

Photos: All event page photos were taken by the event leader, Danny McKeown-Henshall, permission for OutdoorLads to use them is duly granted.

Location

54.4453678, -3.091851