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Unit 2 Lake Road, Coniston LA21 8EW.
Tel: 015394 49003, Mob: 07967380734
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Adventure activities in The Lake District.
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Joint Adventures activities take place in a variety of locations in The Lake District. With our main base in Coniston, we choose locations to suit you and the activity. For most activities we will meet you at our base on Lake Road Coniston LA21 8EW. Joint Adventures does not usually provide transport except for small groups of up to 5. No charge is made for this service.
When we have confirmed your activity location you can check out directions using the links below.
The village of Coniston is a typical Lakeland Village. It provides easy access to Copper Mines Valley, The Old Man of Coniston, and Tilberthwaite fells. With the relatively quiet yet accessible Coniston Water, the village has much to offer for anyone visiting the south of the county.
Keswick offers access to Borowdale and Newlands valley. With paddling on Derwent Water available this area gives you a good alternative if you are staying in the north of the county. There are also crags in abundance to offer the would be climber.
Quick guide to drive times.
Coniston to Keswick 40 mins
Windermere to Coniston 30 mins
Ambleside to Coniston 20 mins.
Ulverston to Coniston 30 mins.
Broughton to Coniston 15 mins
Torver To Coniston 5 mins
Times are approximate. Give yourself plenty of time for the journey.
Joint Adventures does not usually provide transport except for small groups of up to 5. No charge is made for this service.