Yewdale and Tarn Hows
Woodland, dashing becks and tranquil lakes set against a back drop of craggy knolls and distant mountains are the signature of this part of the fells and this walk brings them all together.
Western shore of Coniston water
Backed by low fells and woodland, the western shore of Coniston Water is a delightful place for a walk. A mixture ofpaths and tracks weave in and out of the trees and across parkland never straying out of sight of the lake.
Fronted by the rugged Coniston Old Man and the towering cliffs of Dow Crag, the stunning peaks of the Coniston Fells are a Lake District classic. All day long you are high on ridges with superb views out to the coast and back into the surrounding mountains.
Coppermines valley and the bell
The Coppermines Valley, as its name suggests, has been of interest to miners as far back as Elizabethan times. Deep shaft entrances mark its length and high-walled quarries ring its enclosing slopes. The contrasting high summits and crags are particularly impressive making
Polartec Routes – With routes to suit all abilities sponsored by Polartec, you will be sure to take in some great scenery in and around;
Ambelside, Coniston, Keswick