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Combe n Sea


Haverigg is a small seaside fishing village which lies on the Duddon Estuary.

Haverigg is perfectly located to enjoy the Cumbrian Coast or the Lakeside fells. 

Haverigg boasts an extensive blue flag beach and is close to RSPB Hodbarrow Nature Reserve.  

Black Combe is a short drive and whilst it is not quite Mountain status it does offer fabulous views from the top.

Haverigg is on the fringe of the Lakes with Coniston being just a short 35 minute car drive away.

Below are some recommendations for things to do near by.

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Black Combe 

Accessing the start of Black Combe hike is just a 10 minute drive away.

Black Combe stands at 600m high and the view is unique, a result of its isolated position to the south and west of the main fells.  William Wordsworth claimed: "the amplest range of unobstructed prospect may be seen that British ground commands".  From the top there are views of the glittering sea, the Isle of Man and the hills of Wales and Scotland.


Port Haverigg Wake Park

On the doorstep of Combe 'n' Sea is Port Haverigg Wakepark, a purpose built fresh water private lake.  Enjoy wakeboarding, waterskiing, kneeboarding, banana boat rides and ringo boat rides.  On site there is also a bar which serves food and is dog friendly.

NEW FOR 2020

Port Haverigg are excited to introduce Cumbria's first Aqua Park 


Murthwaite Green Trekking Centre

Gallop along miles of sandy beaches with Murthwaite Green Trekking Centre, specialists in beach rides for riders.


La'al Ratty

Why not take advantage of purchasing a combined train ticket to take you from Millom station to Ravenglass (just 15 minute journey) and then hop on the La'al Ratty steam train.


Old Man 

of  Coniston

Just a short drive from Combe n Sea you can access Coniston and all that it offers.  For the more energetic travellers hiking the Old Man of Coniston is highly recommended. 

trig point, old man of coniston

Hodbarrow RSPB 

Nature  Reserve

A visit to Combe n Sea is not complete without a walk around the harbour wall and Hodbarrow Nature Reserve. Once the site of Moorbank  iron mine, is now the home of Hodbarrow Nature Reserve and Hodbarrow lagoon, with several species of bird and a public bird hide complimented by the stunning backdrop of the fells.


Path to Adventure

Looking for adventure....

Path to Adventure are a family run business with over 25 years experience in the outdoor industry, offering a wide range of adventure activities around the lake district, including Ghyll Scrambling, Rock Climbing, Canoeing and Abseiling!

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