Why not treat yourself to a Dirty Weekend in the Lake District this Valentine’s?

This Valentine’s ladies why not do something different…after all 2012 is a leap year and your chance to pop the question to your chap.

So hop on the love train and bring him to the Lakes this Valentine’s and prepare for some seriously filthy fun in the UK’s Adventure Capital. www.virgintrains.co.uk or www.northernrail.org or www.tpexpress.co.uk

Why not line him up with some out of the ordinary Valentine’s fun he won’t forget! Before you go down on one knee and ask that all important question? 

Get down and very dirty on a mountain bike tackling the North Face Trail, Grizedale Forest, www.forestry.gov.uk/thenorthfacetrail

Drive him wild and go off road with Kankuu, in the heart of the Lakes www.kankku.co.uk

Swing from the treetops at Go Ape, Whinlatter Forest, http://goape.co.uk/sites/whinlatter

Lather him up and ride in the surf with Cumbria Heavy Horse www.cumbrianheavyhorses.com

Set his heart racing with a sensational Quad Bike Trek at Rookin House Activity Centre www.rookinhouse.co.uk

Get wet and wild and explore the Lakes with the Keswick Canoe Company www.keswickcanoecompany.co.uk

Ian Stephens Managing Director of Cumbria Tourism said: ‘’Valentine’s is traditionally a time for men to romance the ladies in their lives, however, as 2012 is a leap year we thought it might be a great idea to give ladies out there some ideas to romance their chaps, before they pop that all important question.’’

‘’The Lake District and Cumbria is the country's biggest adventure playground and it's breathtaking. Cumbria's rich natural environment is simply unique and the ideal place to go down on one knee. After all what could be more memorable for your beau than getting him out and about and taking part in some adrenalin packed fun before proposing to him in some of the most beautiful landscape in the world. You are sure to melt his heart and find yourself be on the right track to romance in the UK’s Adventure Capital, the Lake District, Cumbria.’’

To find out more about The Lake District, Cumbria, England’s Adventure Capital visit www.golakes.co.uk/adventure-capital