Great Langdale National Trust Campsite is located at the head of the magnificent Great Langdale Valley. The site is guarded by the dominating Langdale Pikes. The park is great for walking and climbing.
There are many fell walking routes in the area including Bowfell, Crinkle Crags, The Langdale Pikes and England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike. There are numerous rock climbing spots along the valley floor that provide some of the best rock routes in the UK. A few of them include Raven Crag, Gimmer Crag and White Ghyll.
You can see Great Langdale National Trust Campsite’s website to find out more information on walking and climbing in the area.
The site does not allow caravans but they do allow campervans. They have no hook-up points or Elsan points.
Great Langdale National Trust Campsite welcomes families, couples and individuals. They do not allow groups of 4 or more unless it is a family group with children that are under 16 years of age.
The pods are made from wood, with double glazed French doors and are fully insulated. They come in two sizes â standard which is suitable for 2 adults and 1 child, and family which is suitable for 2 adults and 3 children.
The pods at Great Langdale have heating and lighting and are available all year round â a great option for winter stays.
Great Langdale Campsite is blessed with three great Lakeland inns within easy walking distance. Ambleside, with its cinema, museum, host of outdoor equipment shops and great restaurants is just a short drive away, as are Hawkshead and Grasmere, two of the prettiest Lakeland villages.
From Ambleside, follow the A593 road. At Skelwith Bridge, Turn right onto the B5343. The campsite is approximately 6 miles down this road on the left just before you reach the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel.
By bus, catch the Langdale Rambler from Ambleside (daily service 516, reduced in winter). Telephone Traveline for up to date timetable information on 0870 608 2608