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Brantwood

 Former home of John Ruskin. Brantwood is the most beautifully situated house above the lake shore.


Open all year for events.

 Brantwood
Coniston Boating Centre
Coniston Boating Centre
 Boat hire
Launching
Lake Information
Coniston Launch

 Regular Scheduled service and Special Cruises. Swallows and Amazons. Campbells on Coniston.

Visit Brantwood by boat.

 Coniston Launch
Gondola (National Trust)
 Gondola

 Originally launched in  1859, the current steam driven craft reflects Victorian splendour.

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Ruskin Museum

 Opened in 1901, by WG Collingwood, who was Ruskin's secretary. Apart from Ruskin the museum exhibits Campbell, slate and copper production and other local history.

 Guided walks programme

 Ruskin Museum
Lake Road playground
  There are swings and things for children to play on in a small grass area.
Sports and social club

 Football, Tennis, Pool, Bar, weight training and fitness equipment.

Live music program

 
Coniston Sports and Social Club
 Coniston Attractions Group 
WALKS Surrounding Fells 
 Tarn Hows Tarn Hows

 FREE commentary to download from National Trust. Explains how the tarns were formed and how National Trust became owner.

Walks leaflet also.

 New X31 Tarn Hows Tourer mini bus service, runs daily April - November 2009: Coniston Hawkshead - Tarn Hows. View the timetable here

 Cumbria Way End of day one is in Coniston. Sort your kit out here before heading into the fells. 
 

Coniston Old Man

webcam

 
 Around Coniston Water

 Coniston Launch
Some walks around Coniston Water returning by boat.

 Gondola has a walk around Monk Coniston.

Early in the year there is an organised run around the lake.

 

    More walks around Coniston area to download and print, from Walking in
Cumbria.
   
 Cycling Classic bike rides are tour of Coniston Water, a circuit of the lake. 14 miles on road. Or Walna Scar road an off road loose surface full day out.  
  Nearest Mountain Biking hire is at Grizedale Mountain Bikes in Satterthwaite  valley. There is no bike hire no bicycle spares for sale in Coniston. Nearest sales of spare tubes at Grizedale or at Ambleside at Ghyllside cycles or Biketreks.
 
   
Last Updated on Sunday, 11 September 2011 14:01
 
 

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