University of Leeds Outdoor Centre Lake District National Park Dale Head
Lake District National Park Dale Head, Seathwaite via Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA20 6EG
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What we offer
Self catering accommodation for groups.
It currently has very basic facilities and only suitable for well organized and hardy groups (perhaps training a team before going off to a much more remote part of the world). It has limited washing facilities, portaloos and no hot water system. Heating is only provided, by pot bellied stove, in the common/dining room. Kitchen facilities are rudimentary (gas rings and hot water boilers).
The centre is for self programming groups.
What makes us a great choice?
A fantastic location within 8km/5miles of the summit of Scafell Pike and at the foot of Grey Friar.
Excellent base for adventurous activities such as
fell walking - Coniston Old Man horseshoe from the door
climbing - Seathwaite Butress, Wallabarrow Crag, Dow Crag
white water paddling - river Duddon
Group Sizes Catered For
38 people in three large dormitories
Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions
Risk Assessment Details
Building meets all current safety standards for electrical safety, gas and water supply with an alarm system for smoke and fire detection.
The accommodation is charged per night for the whole building and includes all costs.
First Aid Information
No staff on site. Groups should have a first aid qualified person.
There is NO TV, video, internet connection or any mobile phone coverage. Nearside public telephone is 3 miles away.
Accessibility & Disabled Facilities
Not currently suitable for disabled groups.
No public transport within 10 miles. Access only possible by car or mini bus over Wrynose Pass or from the south through Broughton-in-Furness.
Room Sizes and Facilities
Mainly bunks with a few single beds. Rooms for 16, 14 and 9.