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Explore the Lake District from an Eskdale holiday cottage
A stay in an Eskdale cottage is the ideal choice for visitors who want to explore the Lake District from the comfort of your own home away from home. Home to charming villages, beautiful countryside and the soaring heights of Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain.
Family fun in Eskdale
Kids of all ages will enjoy a visit to Muncaster Castle, built in the 19th century but designed to look like a medieval fortress. Take a tour of the building, explore the winding paths through the gardens and enjoy displays by birds of prey at the Hawk and Owl Centre. The Eskdale and Ravenglass Railway takes passengers on a journey through the best of Eskdale's scenery, with frequent appearances by heritage steam locomotives.
Lakes and hills
Eskdale's most impressive visitor attraction is the scenery, from mountains and valleys to the lakes that give the Lake District its name. Serious hikers should head to the top of the Eskdale valley where you can find Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain at almost one km. Choose from one of the three routes to the peak; the easiest is the Hollowstones route from neighbouring Wasdale, or you can choose the more challenging Corridor route which starts from Borrowdale. Easier strolls can be found along the banks of the River Esk, taking in Dalegarth Falls or the gorge known locally as Stanley Ghyll Force.
Join in the fun at the Eskdale Show, an agricultural competition and rural fair which takes place every September. The event has been running since the late 19th century, and features competitions for sheep and sheepdogs as well as sporting competitions for humans, young and old. If you want to sample the best local ales, head to the Boot Beer Festival which takes over the small Eskdale village every June.
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