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Cycling in Grizedale Forest
VistEngland VAQAS

Grizedale, Hawkshead, Cumbria, LA22 0QJ

There are 8 waymarked walks and 5 waymarked cycle trails, plus the North Face trail, in the Grizedale Forest Park. Further information is available from the visitor centre where maps for all the trails can be purchased.

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  • Rail station: Windermere (10 miles)
  • Parking: with charge
  • Children welcome
  • Free entry
  • Disabled access
 
 
 
Coast to Coast Parkhouse
Member of Cumbria Tourism

Skywalk House, South Road, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, CA17 4SY

The famous Coast to Coast Packhorse has eased the way for thousands of walkers from all over the world for several years.

 
 
Whinlatter Forest Park & Visitor Centre
VistEngland VAQAS

Whinlatter Pass, Braithwaite, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5TW

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  • Rail station: Penrith (26 miles)
  • Parking: with charge
  • Children welcome
  • Free entry
  • Disabled access
 
 
 
Wandering Aengus Treks

Fellside End, Fellside, Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 8HA

This is a strenuous round of 42 fells in the Lake District.

 
 
Wandering Aengus Treks

Fellside End, Fellside, Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 8HA

 
 
Wandering Aengus Treks

Fellside End, Fellside, Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 8HA

This four day walk through North-East Lakeland from Keswick on Derwentwater to Pooley Bridge on Ullswater, will inspire you with some of the best scenery the UK has to offer.

 
 
Wandering Aengus Treks

Fellside End, Fellside, Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 8HA

The North-Western Lake District is the most remote and least visited part of Lakeland.

 
 
Wandering Aengus Treks

Fellside End, Fellside, Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 8HA

Wandering Aengus are based in the Lake District and we are the specialists in self-guided Lake District walking holidays.

 
 
Wandering Aengus Treks

Fellside End, Fellside, Caldbeck, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 8HA

The Wainwright Memorial Walk follows his original route starting from Windermere and ending in Ambleside.

 
 
Langdale from Elterwater

Cumbria, -

Walk Route: Ambleside - Elterwater

The fells just west of Ambleside are gentler than the higher fells and offer a good introduction to those new to the Lake District.

 
 
 
Walking with Polartec

Cumbria, -

Walk Route: Ambleside - Grasmere

As the A591 winds its way north from Ambleside to Keswick it passes close to the shores of Rydal Water and Grasmere offering glimpses of these two beautiful lakes.

 
 
 
Jennings Cumberland Ale

Cumbria, -

Walk Route: Ambleside - Elterwater

The great peaks of Wetherlam, Crinkle Crags, Bowfell and the Langdale Pikes rise up like a fortress wall and fill the skyline with dark craggy crests.

 
 
 
Jennings Adventure Ale Trails

Cumbria, -

Walk Route: Ambleside - Elterwater

It's time to leave the Queens Hotel but day two is really quiet and restful taking in the old lanes and bridleways which weave in and out of all the interesting corners of Rydal, Grasmere, Loughrigg, Skelwith Bridge and Elterwater.

 
 
 
Adventure with Polartec

Cumbria, -

The Fairfield Horseshoe is probably the most famous of the classic Lake District rounds - this classic walk takes in all the peaks that surround Rydal.

 
 
 
Walking with Polartec

Cumbria, -

Walk Route: Ambleside - Sweden Bridge - Ambleside

Cutting deeply into the hills on the northern side of Ambleside, the wild and lonely valley of Scandale is a real surprise.

 
 
 
Jennings Cumberland Ale

Cumbria, -

Walk Route: Ambleside - Elterwater - Grasmere - Ambleside

Discover the much loved, inspirational scenery of the central lakes with time to sit back and reflect with a pint of Jennings Real Ale!

 
 
 
Walking with Polartec

Cumbria, -

Walk Route: Ambleside - Lily Tarn - Todd Crag - Ambleside

You don't have to climb to the top of the highest peaks to experience the magical mixture of mountain and water that makes the Lake District so special.

 
 
 
Walking with Polartec

Cumbria, -

Loughrigg Fell might not be the biggest peak in the Lake District but standing by the summit trig point you would hardy guess this.

 
 
 
 

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