Coniston village and Coniston Water in the Lake District - Adventure Activities, Outdoor Pursuits and Paintball for stag and hen parties, corporate events, birthday parties, Family groupsCumbria
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Coniston Village and Coniston Water, adventure activities, outdoor pursuits and paintball in the Lake District, Cumbria

Coniston, in the Lake District is a true Cumbrian village.
has its main base right on the edge of Coniston Water for outdoor adventure activities days, paintball and corporate team building days.

Outdoor pursuits and adventure activities available in and around Coniston and Coniston Water

If its excitement you want you can take part in a wide range of Outdoor pursuits or Adventure Activities in Coniston including climbing, abseiling, open Canadian canoeing, canoe sailing, canyoning, cycling, gorge scrambling, kayaking, mountain biking, sailing, river walking, ghyll scrambling, waterfall climbing, orienteering, navigation, hill walking, archery, rifle shooting, raft building, team building , survival days, culvert scrambling, and Tyrolean traversing.

Walks and walking in Coniston

The Old Man of Coniston, the highest peak in the Coniston range can be seen rising dramatically behind the houses when seen from the village centre or from Coniston Water. Coniston is a good centre for walks whether low level easy flat walks or for high level walking on the fells. We are happy to advise or help you find a walk to suit you around the Lake District.

Coniston history

Coniston Water will always be remembered as the place where Donald Campbell made his water speed record attempts which ultimately claimed his life. With the water speed record already in his hands at over 280mph (Coniston 1966), on 4th January 1967 he attempted to raise the record to 300mph. He was well on course for this when disaster struck.

For more information on what to do in Coniston please feel free to give us a call or visit the Coniston Tourist information centre in the village Coniston TIC.