Sticklebarn and the Langdales

An adventure playground of rugged slopes, craggy summits and a cracking pint

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Sticklebarn and the Langdales

Things to see and do 

In the pub

In the countryside

Sticklebarn and the Langdales

What's on 

Man and woman drinking at the bar in Sticklebarn

New Year's Eve at Sticklebarn 

Head to the Langdale Valley and Sticklebarn on New Year’s Eve for a knees-up party with live music and a glass (or two) of bubbly. You can camp at the nearby National Trust campsite and enjoy a refreshing, revitalising holiday season with open spaces and fresh air.

Upcoming events

Adventure movies

Tue 12 Dec 2017
Looking for some inspiration for your next adventure? Head to Sticklebarn for high-adrenaline movies on the big screen upstairs.

Winter wanders

Sat 16 Dec 2017
Join us as we explore the Lakes at a 'time less trodden' on one of our full day winter walks around Langdale.

Quiz Night

Sun 17 Dec 2017
Get your thinking caps on at our weekly quiz night, it's £1 per person to enter and the winning team takes home the kitty.

Mountain Heritage Trust Supper

Fri 29 Dec 2017
The National Trust and Mountain Heritage Trust join forces for an evening of films, talks, great food and local ales from our bar.
Sticklebarn and the Langdales


Two people looking at a map at Sticklebarn in Langdale Cumbria

Relax at Sticklebarn 

Spend some time together this autumn at Sticklebarn, our pub in Langdale. This isn’t a traditional pub experience, it’s a National Trust pub and we do things a little differently; with fire pits, blankets, board games and hearty food.

Sticklebarn and the Langdales


Sticklebarn and the Langdales

Get involved

Volunteers in Langdale

Volunteer in Langdale 

Working in amazing places, meeting new people and knowing that you’re helping a great cause are all good reasons to volunteer with us. We have plenty volunteering opportunities in Langdale, whatever your interests and time availability.

Sticklebarn and the Langdales

Our work

The Lake District becomes a World Heritage Site

An introduction to the Lake District World Heritage Site 

The Lake District was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in early July 2017. It is now part of a special family of iconic places across the planet, like the Taj Mahal, Machu Picchu, Easter Island, the Barrier Reef, the Grand Canyon and many other world famous locations.

Rangers hammering a post into the ground

The role of our rangers 

Learn about the work of our rangers, which includes pathway maintenance, woodland management and nature conservation.