Advanced notice of reopening of bookings.

On Mon 24 May at 0900 hrs bookings for the centre will reopen. No bookings will be accepted before this date and time.

Bookings will be taken for visits from Thu 21 Jun – Fri 31 Dec 21.  Reopening is subject to the government lifting restrictions on groups mixing indoors from 21 Jun. Please note we are not yet taking bookings for 2022.

Demand is expected to be high and bookings will be taken on a first come first served basis. You must specify the exact dates you would like to book. 

An additional charge of £40 per booking will be levied to cover enhanced COVID cleaning requirements.

Further booking conditions can be found on the website.

Bury Jubilee Outdoor Pursuits Centre

A well-equipped, centrally-heated hostel at Greenside, near Glenridding, overlooking Ullswater, the second largest lake in the Lake District.

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Bury Jubilee Outdoor Pursuits Centre is available for hire by groups wishing to explore the Lake District.

The centre is self-catering accommodation with a large modern kitchen containing bunk beds for 28 people, with extra provision on the ground floor for 2 disabled persons.

The nearest village, Glenridding, is on the shores of Ullswater, in the north-eastern quarter of the Lake District.

Explore the Beauty

In the area

Arguably the most famous mountain in the Lake District, Helvellyn, is just 2 miles further up the valley from the Hostel. Striding and Swirral Edges are prominent buttresses on its flanks, but care must be taken when traversing these aretes. For the less adventurous, Helvellyn can be approached along the much safer route by Raise and White Side.

To the North, the Royal Oak at Dockray is accessible via Stang End, Glencoynedale and Watermillock Common, a 5 mile walk. At Dockray, the delights of Aira Force, a cascade of waterfalls set within a woodland glade, should not be missed.

Two valleys to the south, Grisedale and Deepdale afford easy lowland walks approachable via Lanty’s Tarn.

A mile down the valley in Glenridding the lake of Ullswater offers sailing and rowing. In the village there are three pubs, and two in Patterdale a mile south along the road via a wooded path.

The ferry from Glenridding to Howtown and Pooley Bridge presents wonderful views of the lake and surrounding fells. Those alighting at Howtown can lunch at the bar of the Howtown Hotel before walking back the six miles to Patterdale, one of the most rewarding lowland walks in the Lakes. Others can return by ferry.

From Patterdale, the heights of Place Fell on the eastern shores of Ullswater are within easy reach, as are the joys of Angle Tarn, possibly the most beautiful tarn in the Lake District.

the facilities provided by the centre

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