Walks and Walking in the Lake District
The Lake District is a magnet for walkers with millions arriving each year to strolls the lakeside paths, walk the fells and to scramble up rocky pinnacles.
The Lake District topography provides a huge variety of opportunities for walkers. You can follow the popular routes or eaily find a more secluded landscape.
You can either buy a guide book and a map and do it yourself or one of the Lake District volunteers on a guided walk. You don't need to worry about navigation and can learn from a knowledgeable local about the area. Pick from short, scenic picnic strolls to full days through spectacular landscape.
For more information see the Lake District National Park Authority They also provide information on walking without stiles, routes are perfect for those in wheelchairs, buggies or who find walking a challenge. There are 21 simple short options to give a blast of fresh air without tramping for hours or negotiating squeeze stiles after a generous pub lunch!
David Hall - Lake District Walks
John Dawson's Lake District Walks