Lake District Walks
Buttermere WalkDerwent WalkEskdale - Hard KnottHarrop Tarn WalkLodore Falls - WatendlathLoughrigg TerraceRydal Water WalkTarn Hows - HawksheadTorver - Coniston WalkUllswater Shore WalkWastwater - Nether WasdaleWindermere - Claife Heights
Walking in the Lake District
I'd like to offer you an introduction to walking in the Lake District with my video walks - the Lake District is a wonderful place, great scenery, great food, great pubs - all in all, it's a great place to visit!
This walk around Buttermere starts at Gatesgarth, the Honister pass end of the lake. The name Buttermere derives from Old Norse and means ‘belonging to Buthar’ . . . now watch the video
This gentle walk along Derwent’s shore includes murder, mining and mysterious islands. Start from any of the lakes numerous landing stages with a leisurely cruise on one of the lake's frequent passenger boats . . . now watch the video
I often wonder if the Romans who manned the fort at Hard Nott walked Eskdale and the surrounding fells, enjoying them as much as we do today. Start at Dalegarth Station car park, the end of ‘old ratties’ run from Ravensglass . . . now watch the video
This Harrop Tarn walk explores the plantations and forest roads, once barred to the public that overlook the man made lake of Thirlmere. Take the minor road running along the western shore of Thirlmere to the car park at the southern end . . . now watch the video
This walk from Lodore Falls to Watendlath tarn contains so many wonderful views it could take much longer than the walk's distance suggests. Two miles from Keswick on the B2589 find the car park near the Lodore hotel, walk to the entrance and pay the small entry fee then follow the path to the falls . . . now watch the video
This walk around Loughrigg Terrace could be described as a circular grandstand view of central Lakeland's spectacular views. Starting at Ambleside walk through the churchyard to Rothay park, cross the park to Miller Bridge, turn right then left passed the cattle grid . . . now watch the video
This gentle walk around Rydal water combines all the best ingredients of Lakeland scenery plus some of it’s history. Start at white moss common car park two and a half miles from Ambleside on the A591 . . . now watch the video
Tarn Hows is probably the most popular beauty spot in the Lakes, and when you see it you’ll understand why. So to enjoy it at its best pick a quieter time, try an early morning or evening stroll . . . now watch the video
The majestic and magnificent old man of Coniston, Coniston water the quiet beauty of small tarns and coppice woodland make this gentle walk so enjoyable. Start your walk from the car park on the A5084, about one mile from Torver towards Ulverston . . . now watch the video
This Ullswater shore walk starts with a leisurely lake cruise and continues with a gentle and lazy walk back to the start. Take a picnic and make a day of it. Leave Glennridding car park . . . now watch the video
It was Wordsworth's view the size of a lake or the height of the fells behind it were not important its beauty and majesty were portrayed by a scale and rightness . . . now watch the video
This walk escapes the hustle and bustle of Windermere and Bowness to tranquil woodlands of Claiffe Heights on Windermere’s western shore. Make your way to the Nab for the ferry . . . now watch the video
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Alan Howarth: Corporate Photographer, Corporate Video Producer and Corporate Writer based near Blackpool, Preston & Lancaster, Lancashire in the North West of the UK, I frequently work in Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham and I spend 50% of my time working in London. within the M25, I travel throughout the UK and often work in mainland Europe, with work published throughout the world. As a corporate photographer my portrait images will enhance your marketing and your business, my video production skills can enhance your video email marketing campaigns. Email me know. I'll go anywhere - except war zones.