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It is important that we follow government advice and stay at home. The Lake District National Park Authority car parks are now closed. They will remain only for use by our local communities, in populated areas for essential functions – such as attending GP appointments or for essential shopping.

All 2020 events

  • 03 October 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Wild Ennerdale

    Walk the valley and side forests to experience the past and appreciate the 'wilding' of this quiet environment, with majestic views to the high fells.

    Location: Ennerdale

    Grade: Moderate

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Lowther Loop

    Discover this beautiful and tranquil walk in a less-visited area of the Lake District.

    Grade: Moderate

  • 07 October 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    High Dam Hike

    A fabulous walk away from the crowds with panoramic views.

    Grade: Moderate

  • 10 October 2020

  • Greenburn valley

    Guided Walk
    Greenburn Valley and Helm Crag

    Walk up into the remote Greenburn valley. Follow the ridge to Helm Crag and the famous 'Lion and the Lamb' rocks before descending to Grasmere. Includes two Wainwrights.

    Location: Grasmere

    Grade: Hard

  • 11 October 2020

  • Deer in Martindale Valley

    Guided Walk
    Martindale - Deer Valley

    Cruise to Howtown then walk up Martindale. Return includes a visit to Angle Tarn Crags.

    Location: Ullswater area

    Grade: Hard

  • 14 October 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Kentmere - a Valley with a Past

    Enjoy a scenic circular walk in the Kentmere valley and learn about its fascinating history.

    Location: Staveley

    Grade: Moderate

  • 17 October 2020

  • Kentmere

    Guided Walk
    Two Hilltop Tarns and a Craggy Wood

    A scenic walk, climbing through Craggy Woods and out onto the fells to visit Potter Tarn and Gurnal Dubbs.

    Location: Staveley

    Grade: Moderate

  • 19 October 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Autumn Walk Above Derwent Water

    Stunning autumn colours on this easy, family walk through Great Wood to Ashness Bridge and the lake shore. Short stop for tea and a talk at Barrow House. All welcome, not just families.

    Location: Near Keswick

    Grade: Easy plus

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  • 22 October 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Lord's Seat and Barf

    Take a walk through delightful Whinlatter Forest to Lord's Seat and Barf, for fabulous views of Bassenthwaite Lake.

    Grade: Moderate

  • 24 October 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Copper Mills and Miners

    Walk along Coppermines Valley and learn about the fascinating industrial history and archaeology of this beautiful part of Lakeland. Hear stories of the many men, women and children who lived and worked here.

    Location: Near Coniston

    Grade: Easy plus

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  • 25 October 2020

  • Holme Fell

    Guided Walk
    Tilberthwaite to Holme Fell

    A delightful walk over Holme Fell with views over Yewdale and Coniston Water.

    Location: Near Coniston

    Grade: Moderate

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Glenamara and Silver Bay

    Walk by picturesque Lanty's Tarn to glorious Silver Bay on magnificent Ullswater.

    Location: Ullswater area

    Grade: Moderate

  • 26 October 2020

  • Coppermines view

    Guided Walk
    Coppermines Valley and Levers Water

    Walk through the fascinating Coppermines Valley to Red Dell and Levers Water returning by Boulder Valley.

    Location: Near Coniston

    Grade: Moderate

  • 27 October 2020

  • Group of walkers resting on a grassy hill with fells in the background

    Guided Walk
    Black Crag and Yewdale

    A leisurely walk to the viewpoint of Black Crag, a Wainwright summit, by Tom Gill and Tarn Hows, returning by Tom Heights plantation.

    Location: Near Coniston

    Grade: Moderate

  • 28 October 2020

  • Cathedral Cave

    Guided Walk
    Caves, Falls and Fells

    Follow old quarry roads to Little Langdale, visit Cathedral Cave and then on to spectacular Colwith Falls returning over High Oxen Fell and Hodge Close.

    Location: Near Coniston

    Grade: Moderate

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