Walk up Castle Crag and Sunday Lunch
6th & 7th November
Join us on Remembrance Weekend to enjoy two nights dinner, bed & breakfast, with a guided walk on the Sunday morning from the Borrowdale Hotel to Castle Cragg, where a two minute silence will be held to remember those who lost their lives in war. After the silence enjoy a steaming mug of hot chocolate before making your way back to your hotel for a traditional Sunday lunch with all the trimmings.
Borrowdale Hotel £399 per room
Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa £535 per room
• Two nights dinner, bed & breakfast
• Tea & hot buttered crumpets on arrival
• Guided walk up Castle Crag on the Sunday morning
• Followed with a steaming mug of hot chocolate
• Sunday lunch back at the hotel before heading home
• Late check out
If you are in the area but not staying with us, you can still be part of the guided walk with refreshments and Sunday lunch for only £28.95 per person. Join us at the Borrowdale Hotel at 9am on Sunday 8th November.
To book or for more information call 0800 840 1240
Through woods and alongside the River Derwent, climbing to a superb viewpoint on the way. Castle Crag is the tiny, steep-sided fell that sits in the Jaws of Borrowdale. Small it may be, but it commands an excellent position within the valley, one that has been used by armies for centuries and is now enjoyed by fell-walkers. This walk heads out across the meadows at the southern end of Derwentwater and then into the woods near Grange before mounting an assault on the summit fort. It’s a short climb, but it’s steep – using a loose path through a quarry spoil heap to get to the top.
Distance from Borrowdale Hotel: 6.9 miles (11.1km)
Height Gain: 1120ft (342m)
Terrain: Lakeside meadows, woodland trails, riverside path and some road walking; one short, steep climb on loose slate
Time: Approx. 3½-4 hours
Requirements: Strong footwear and appropriate clothing