We'll be in the Lake District for only 7-8 hours on May 18th before driving to York that night. I'm trying to figure out what hikes we can take with our limited time. The guidebooks I've read all mention hiking the Catbells via catching a boat at Keswick and getting off at Haws End. If we do this, how long would it take, including the boat ride to Haws End and back from High Brandelhow Pier (is the best pier for a return ride back to Keswick?) It will be my husband and 2 young adult kids, all in good shape and myself in fair shape. If we have disposable rain ponchos, should we attempt this even in the rain? Rick Steves' guidebook also mentions a short drive and then hike north of Keswick to the top of Latrigg Peak. I'm wondering if we should try to do both. Would that give us any different views than the ones from Catbells? Where would we find the turnoff for the road to Latrigg Peak and about how long would the drive/hike probably take us one-way from Keswick? Thanks for your help.