About Keswick

Walking, cycling, running, fishing, boating, climbing or sight-seeing – the list is endless, the locations many. Here’s some of our suggestions for good places to start.

Keswick Tourism

Keswick is the perfect area to choose equally for gentle relaxation or for an action packed family adventure holiday with lots of things to do, including activities and attractions. Keswick’s official visitor website helps you discover where to eat, shop and have fun.

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Keswick Launch

One of the best ways to get your bearings for Keswick and the surrounding aeea is to take a tour of our lake—Derwenwater—on of the the launches. Hop on and off at one of the seven lakeshore jetties; Ashness Gate, Lodore, High Brandlehow, Low Brandlehouse, Hawse End, Nichol End and Keswick; or simply stay on aboard for a 50 minute trip all the way round the lake. The launch provides a excellent way to explore the area, get to and from the surrounding mountains, or just enjoy a picnic.

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Lake District Walks

A website dedicated to exploring our beautiful area by a passionate explorer and photographer. It contains many walks, with information on tarns, Wainwrights, ancient remains, scrambles, lakes, waterfalls and villages. A great resource to help inspire you where to go.

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Lake District National Park

England’s largest National Park includes Scafell Pike – its highest mountain, Wastwater – its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.

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