"A sort of national property in which every man has a right and interest who has an eye to perceive and a heart to enjoy” - William Wordsworth
To William Wordsworth the Lake District Mountains were ‘surpassed by none’. Since then the Lake District has become well-known for beautiful lakes and awe-inspiring mountains, it’s inevitable that many visitors will go for a walk during their break. However, not every walk needs to be hiking a great summit, we have walks for all abilities. Explore the World Heritage Site, from the Great Langdale fells to the Old Man of Coniston, the options are endless.
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Top 5 Lake District Walks
Waterhead is the perfect location for reaching some great walking routes and spectacular scenery. We’ve chosen five of our favourites to help you plan your ascent.
10 Highest Lake District Mountains
Since 2003, the United Nations General Assembly has designated, 11th December, International Mountain Day to create awareness about the importance of mountains to life. With over 200 fell tops on our doorstop, including the top ten highest mountains in England, it is only right that we mark the day in some small way.
Accessible Lake District Walks
There are hundreds of miles of public footpaths, tracks and trails in the Lake District, and a growing desire to make access easier for those using wheelchairs, mobility scooters or parents with buggies. We all have a right to enjoy the countryside. Here are five short walks which are accessible to all.
Guided Lake District Walks & Talks from Waterhead
With countless walks in the Lake District, don’t leave it to chance to find the best viewpoint. Our recommended walking guide, Steve Watts, has over thirty five years’ experience of walking and running in the Lakeland fells. He loves sharing his passion and knowledge of the area with others and can tailor walks to your ability and time available.
For more information call us on 015394 32566.