Walks near Ambleside

Ambleside is a small town ideally situated in the heart of the Lakes, with many outdoor gear shops and a variety of accommodation it is deservedly popular with walkers.

If you need accommodation we have details of 379 properties offering rooms near Ambleside.

Hard Knott Roman Fort *
Allan Bank Woodland Walk *
Little Mell Fell *
Stockghyll Force - Ambleside *
Cockshot Point stroll from Bowness on Windermere *
Raven Crag and Castle Crag beside Thirlmere *
Blea Tarn above Langdale *
A stroll around Tarn Hows  *
Low and High Dam, Finsthwaite *
A very short walk to Hard Knott and Border End *
Brant Fell above Bowness-on-Windermere *
Great Mell Fell *
Red Bank from White Moss near Ambleside *
Hugil Fell and Reston Scar above Staveley *
A Scout Scar Amble *
Lanty's Tarn, Keldas, and Patterdale Circular *
Orrest Head - the view that changed a young man's life *
Great How *
High Sweden Bridge Circular *
An Ambleside Waterfalls Wander - Stockghyll Force and Blue Hill Wood *
Lily Tarn above Ambleside *
Greenside Mine and Glenridding Beck Circular Stroll *
An Elterwater Stroll *
A circuit of Grasmere *
Carron Crag  *
Easedale Tarn *
Grasmere and Rydal Water *
Red Screes from Kirkstone Pass **
Grisedale Tarn **
Loughrigg Fell from White Moss **
Glenridding Dodd **
Silver How **
Aira Force and Gowbarrow Fell **
Alcock Tarn **
The Old Man of Coniston **
A visit to Cathedral Cavern from Tilberthwaite **
Beda Fell from Martindale **
Birk Crag, Harrop Tarn and Blea Tarn **
Helm Crag **
Loughrigg Fell from Rydal **
High Tove and Armboth Fell from Thirlmere **
Latterbarrow from Hawkshead **
Coppermines Valley above Coniston **
Wansfell, and Wansfell Pike **
Around Hayeswater Reservoir **
Nab Scar and Alcock Tarn **
Moss Eccles Tarn and Claife Heights  **
Sour Howes and Sallows **
High Rigg, Naddle Fell, and Wren Crag **
Tarn Hows from Coniston **
Loughrigg Fell from Ambleside **
Whitbarrow Scar and Lord's Seat **
Loughrigg Tarn **
Troutbeck Tongue **
Waterfalls and the Cathedral Cavern, from Elterwater **
Cold Pike and Pike of Blisco ***
Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike ***
Seat Sandal ***
Harter Fell (Eskdale) ***
A visit to Place Fell overlooking Ullswater ***
Steel Edge and Wetherlam Edge, from Tilberthwaite ***
Great Carrs and Grey Friar ***
Birks and Arnison Crag ***
The Old Man of Coniston, from Coniston village ***
Glenridding Dodd, Heron Pike and Sheffield Pike ***
A short walk to Hart Side from Park Brow ***
Dow Crag and Goats Water ***
Wansfell Pike, Troutbeck, and Skelghyll Wood ***
Walna Scar, White Maiden, White Pike, with a visit to Blind Tarn ***
Grey Crag, Harrop Pike, and Tarn Crag above Longsleddale ***
Brock Crags and Angletarn Pikes circular walk from Hartsop ***
Stone Arthur, Great Rigg, Heron Pike and Nab Scar ***
Easedale Tarn, Codale Tarn, and Tarn Crag ***
Tarn Hows, Black Fell, Holme Fell ***
Lanty's Tarn, Birkhouse Moor, Red Tarn, Catstycam  ***
Cumbria Way - Coniston to Dungeon Ghyll ***
The Langdale Pikes: Pavey Ark, Thunacar Knott, Pike of Stickle, Harrison Stickle ****
Pasture Beck Round, from Hartsop ****
The Dovedale Round: Hartsop above How, Hart Crag, High Hartsop Dodd ****
Place Fell and a stroll alongside Ullswater  ****
Wetherlam, via Lad Stones ridge and Black Sails ****
High Raise, Sergeant Man, and Blea Rigg from Langdale ****
Crinkle Crags ****
Bowfell, via Worneyside Force, Hell Gill, and the Great Slab ****
White Side and Raise, from Glenridding ****
Steel Fell, Calf Crag, Gibson Knott and Helm Crag ****
Red Screes and Middle Dodd from Ambleside ****
A Fusedale Round: Steel Knotts, Loadpot Hill, Arthur's Pike, Bonscale Pike ****
Rest Dodd and The Nab ****
St Sunday Crag and Grisedale Tarn  ****
Rossett Pike, Angle Tarn, Esk Pike and Bowfell ****
The Old Man of Coniston, Brim Fell, Swirl How, Wetherlam ****
Cumbria Way - Dungeon Ghyll to Keswick ****
Helvellyn, The Classic Ridges of Striding and Swirral Edge *****
The Fairfield Horseshoe *****
A Journey from Dungeon Ghyll over the Fells to Ambleside *****
The Dodds and Clough Head, via Sticks Pass and St John's in the Vale *****

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Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.