Where2Walk in the Lake District & Cumbria

There are over 150 of my favourite walks in the Lakes & Cumbria. To help you find the best ones for you please browse them....

...on a map

...as a list

All the walks are free to download/print and use

I have walked every walk on the website in the last few years therefore the information is up to date. The comments though are my personal view and anyone under taking one of these walks is doing so at their own risk. My recommendation is always to obtain the appropriate map and use it.

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Miles
5.5

Troutbeck Tongue

Troutbeck Tongue
  • Low level walk to a good viewpoint
  • A good viewpoint of Windermere
  • An unusual Wainwright

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L025
Miles
6

A Caldbeck experience

Looking South
  • Great views over the northern fells and Solway Firth
  • Mix of riverside, forestry and open farmland
  • Explore the interesting village of Caldbeck

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L105
Miles
3

Barf over Bassenthwaite

Near Barf summit
  • Panoramic Views over Keswick and the northern fells
  • Easy walking between the 2 main summits
  • Visit the Bishop of Barf (or not!)

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L103
Miles
4

Harter Fell

Summit Harter Fell
  • Excellent views from an unusual perspective
  • Interesting slopes capped with a fine summit
  • The Duddon Valley is the best

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L066
Miles
6

Keswick, Latrigg & the Old Railway

Clough Head from Latrigg
  • Interesting path along the River Greta
  • Superb views from Latrigg in all directions
  • Easy walking throughout on good paths

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L102
Miles
2.5

St John’s in the Vale

Shaw Bank Cottages
  • Well formed glaciated valley
  • Great views across the northern fells
  • Pretty church of St Johns

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L023
Miles
3

Orrest Head

Windermere station
  • Excellent views from the summit
  • Pleasant woodland walking
  • A easy fell ‘to conquer’

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L048
Miles
6

Styhead & Sprinkling Tarn

Sprinkling Tarn
  • Two lovely tarns
  • Rugged mountainous terrain
  • Paths alongside mountain streams

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L022
Miles
9

Melmerby Fell

Melmerby Fell
  • High moorland walking
  • Start at attractive Melmerby
  • Views over the northern Lakeland fells

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L126
Miles
2

Tarn Hows

West Shore Tarn Hows
  • A picture perfect landscape
  • Wheelchair/pushchair friendly
  • Plenty of wildlife including red squirrels

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L019