Little Langdale is a valley in the Lake District, England containing Little Langdale Tarn and a hamlet also called Little Langdale. A second tarn, Blea Tarn, is in a hanging valley between Little Langdale and the larger Great Langdale to the north. Little Langdale is flanked on the south and southwest by Wetherlam and Swirl How, and to the north and northwest by Lingmoor Fell and Pike of Blisco. The valley descends to join with Great Langdale above Elter Water.
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Great to explore, says it suitable for children and elderly but you need to be very careful. You need good shoes, and in winter waterproof shoes, definitely worth a visit.
Cool place to go. It's a bit of a climb to get out at the other end and there are some cool tunnels. Don't get lost inside a cave though.
Beautiful place for a day trip but be advised the road leading down there is very very narrow and there are not many passing places. There is also limited places to leave your car once you get to the bottom of the road. Would be advisable to walk down rather than drive. Gorgeous place though with stunning views!
What an amazing place considering it is a hole in the ground. Nothing to do, just look at the hole that men thought was a good idea to dig. The gate is locked so you have to climb over the stile so definitely not disabled friendly.
good walk, nice and quiet place. amazing caves and good views. suitable for dog walk. nice place for weekdays walk in good weather, signs are pointing in the right directions make easy navigation along the paths.
Amazing natural/man-made phenomenon where a slate mine used to be. It's great that the National Trust allow the public access to this for free whenever
Fun for all the family. Who doesn't enjoy an adventure exploring the caves and caverns! Take a torch if you want to go through the big one!
Amazing place!! Could wander for hours around the hills through the forests across the soft mossy ground, as incredible as the caverns are there is also so much nature to see here
Lovely place with stunning views, can drive tight up to it but the road is very narrow and windy, there's places to park before the narrow road which makes the walk to the cave a lot longer. When you get to the cave there's a little bridge which another photo opportunity. There's two ways to get into the caves, one is through a dark tunnel and the other takes you straight into the caves, also through a tunnel but it's not as dark or long. You can look into the caves from above through the big hole but it requires a scramble up a few rocks so take appropriate footwear! All in all this place is amazing and I've been so many times and will continue to go.
Nice quarry. Very scenic. Short walk 10-15 mins from road. Park where you find a space near three shires inn. Worthwhile having a look. Easy enough for kids and toddlers. Little climbing involved but different routes mean it can be avoided. Quite dramatic and than meets the eye. Mix with another activity or visit to make it more worthwhile.