Long days and clear sunshine make this a very special time in the Lake District. The hills, filled with lark-song and grazing sheep, seem to doze in the heat before the busy summer period. It is a perfect time to catch the end of the bluebell season and the expanse of summer flowers that welcomes bees and butterflies.
Needless to say, the gardens at Rydal Hall, where we base our Lake District walking breaks, are at their best at this time. Come and see this beautiful 30-acre site of bluebell woods, flower meadow and waterfalls. Better still, stay at the hall with the Skyline team and spend a few days walking in the hills and valleys nearby.
We still have a couple of places on each of our June walking holidays (June 8-11th and 23-25th).Take a look at our holiday itineraries and find further information on Rydal Hall’s spectacular grounds and buildings here: https://www.skylinewalking.co.uk/