Walks in the Lake District

One of the main attractions of the Lake District is to pop on your walking boots and head out on a bracing walk. We've put together a list of our favourite Lake District walks for you.

Ambleside

Wansfell Pike

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Bassenthwaite

Walk around Bassenthwaite

Dodd Wood and Dodd Fell

A stroll up Binsey

Back o'Skiddaw

Borrowdale

Watendlath and Dock Tarn

Great Gable Remembrance Service

A linear walk in Borrowdale

A favourite walk in Borrowdale

Swimming in Langstrath

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Buttermere

Rannerdale Bluebells

A sunny afternoon in Buttermere

Favourite Buttermere walks

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Coniston

Beacon Fell

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The Eden Valley

Hadrian's Wall & Housestead's Fort

Lacy's Caves & Long Meg Stone Circle

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Ennerdale

Biking and walking in Ennerdale

Magnificent Pillar

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Eskdale

Stanley Ghyll walk

Irton Road and Muncaster Fell

A linear walk from Upper Eskdale, to Great Moss, Scafell Pike and the Borrowdale Valley

Burnmoor Tarn

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Keswick

Fell top cafe on Latrigg

Great Mell Fell

Glenderaterra Valley

A walk from Whinlatter

A walk from Spring's Farm cottages

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Loweswater

Loweswater Lake circular walk

Cogra Moss and Mockerkin Tarn

Mellbreak from the Kirkstile Inn

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Mungrisdale

Souther Fell

Bowscale Fell

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The Newlands Valley

A wander through Newlands

Newlands circular walk

Ard Crags Ridge Walk

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Threlkeld

Blencathra, the easy way!

Blencathra via Sharp Edge

St John's in the Vale and High Rigg

Tewet Tarn & Castlerigg Stone Circle

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Ullswater

Grisedale Tarn, Fairfield and St Sunday Crag

Aira Force

Great Mell Fell

Ullswater Steamers
Top five walks using public transport across the Lake District

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Wasdale

Greendale Tarn

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Windermere

Walking in the Kentmere valley

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