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Where Should You Walk In The Lake District?

WHERE THN LAKE DASTRICT SHOULD YOU GO FORA WALK 11 miles SIZERGH CASTLE SCOUT SCAR Circular Visit the historic WASDALE 9. miles Sizergh Castle НЕAD A FISTFUL OF DODDS Views over Ullswater, circular, try The Royal Pub at Dockray SCAFELLS HELM CRAG Circular Circular 8.5 miles Rocky surface and stunning Views over Grasmere and Helvellyn range 7.6 miles 个 scenery 个 GRIZEDALE FOREST SCULPTURE WALK The only forest sculpture park in the UK Feeling Adventurous ? 7.5 miles NO YES WHITEHAVEN ST BEES One way NO 8. miles 8 miles? Views over the sea from St Bees lighthouse under YES Walk with a twist? 个 NO YES YES WHINLATTER Forest walk? YES NO Views fom above? NO Coastal walk? YES 个 FOREST Fun for all the family, lots of different walks and outdoors NO Y Pub en route? YES activities Start HERE Moderate 众 FRIAR'S CRAG Pushchair friendly and one of the most Easy stunning views in the Lake District YES TARN HOWS miles 0.75 miles Flat | Circular Try the Yew Tree Farm for a locally-produced burger under 3 miles? Are you with Young children? NO YES Are you happy with Uphill sections? NO Town NO YES path? NO miles YES CATBELLS One way. Famous and popular walk with all the family 4.5 miles 2.4 miles BUTTERMERE Waterfalls Circular. Stop off at the Bridge Hotel Pub at the end of your walk NO YES 4.8 miles ELTERWATER GRASMERE AND Cotton RYDAL WATER WATERFALLS WALK Circular. Stop at the Dove Cottage home to William Wordsworth Circular. Watch out for TRADERS 5.5 miles waterfalls and wildlife 个 ->

Where Should You Walk In The Lake District?

shared by HelenH1 on Apr 10
Dream of exploring the Lake District but don't know where to start? Use our easy-to-read chart to discover your perfect walk!


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