Dancing Legends Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli visited a much-loved Lake District attraction as part of their new TV series.

The pair visited the iconic Honister Slate Mine near Keswick as part of the new Craig and Bruno's Great British Road Trip series that started on ITV last week,

The sic part series follows the pair as they travel around a collection of the countries most iconic and best loved road trips in Britain.

The much loved Strictly Come Dancing judges stopped off at the slate mine at the top of the 356m Honister Pass for a quick run out on the Via Ferrata Extreme.

The thrill seeking activity is the longest high-wire bridge in Europe, with its 1,000ft elevation over the magnificent valley making even the nimblest dancers legs turn slightly to jelly.

Activities Manager, Prentice Weir said: "Meeting Craig and Bruno was a pleasure,we had a great time trying out the infinity bridge with the team and hope to have contributed to a great new series airing."

The episode of the show shot at the mine will be broadcast on ITV on August, 11.

The other five episodes will feature scenic routes, from Cornwall to the Cotswolds and the Yorkshire Dales.

The surprise petrol-heads Craig and Bruno are massive motoring enthusiasts and determined to make some memories.

Originally hailing from Australia and Italy, the pair have both lived in Britain for many years but wanted to use the show to travel around their adopted homeland has so far been limited to showbiz tours and demanding performance schedules

Featuring breath-taking scenery, fascinating stories, incredible adventures led by local experts and a shared passion for food the trip is said to have been a delight for the pair, who have previously lit up our screens every Saturday night.

The show will be aired every Wednesday at 8pm on ITV.