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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Pike O Blisco

  • A craggy Lakeland Fell
  • Great views of the Langdale valley
  • A good scramble to the summit

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Miles
10

Haweswater in Drought

  • A delightful lakeside path
  • A reservoir history lesson
  • Quiet & peaceful

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Miles
5.5

Twin Peaks of Longsleddale

  • Quiet, traditional Lakes valley
  • Where Pennines geology meets Lakeland
  • Traditional mining history

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Miles
8

Appleby & the Eden

  • Woodland, riverside and farmland combine
  • Explore the town of Appleby
  • Plenty of local inns to enjoy on the walk

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Miles
3.5

Temple Sowerby & the Knight’s Templar

  • Short walk near Penrith
  • Pleasant riverside section
  • Some grand buildings to explore

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Miles
7

Smardale Gill & Moors

  • History & beauty in Smardale Gill
  • An airy moorland stroll
  • Pretty woodland and grasslands

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Miles
5.5

A Brough Circular

  • Enjoy the ruins of Brough Castle
  • Views over Mickle Fell throughout the walk
  • A mix of open fields, villages and quiet lanes

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Miles
4.5

Easedale Tarn from Grasmere

  • A beautifully sculptured tarn
  • Clear paths throughout
  • Easy access from Grasmere

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Miles
3

Dufton Pike

  • A mini Matterhorn in the Pennines
  • Great views across to Cross Fell
  • Stay in the pretty village of Dufton

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Miles
11

Great Dun Fell

  • Long walk through some mining remains
  • Unusual summit area with a large radar station
  • Wide ranging views over across Cross Fell & the Pennines

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