Walks near Grasmere village

The small village of Grasmere located in the heart of the Lakes is an ideal base for walkers, with a wide variety of hills and surrounding countryside there is going to be something suitable for everyone.

If you need accommodation we have details of 189 properties offering rooms near Grasmere village.

Allan Bank Woodland Walk *
Stockghyll Force - Ambleside *
Raven Crag and Castle Crag beside Thirlmere *
Red Bank from White Moss near Ambleside *
Orrest Head - the view that changed a young man's life *
High Sweden Bridge Circular *
An Ambleside Waterfalls Wander - Stockghyll Force and Blue Hill Wood *
A circuit of Grasmere *
The National Trust Centenary Stone from Keswick *
Easedale Tarn *
Grasmere and Rydal Water *
Grisedale Tarn **
Loughrigg Fell from White Moss **
Silver How **
Alcock Tarn **
Birk Crag, Harrop Tarn and Blea Tarn **
Helm Crag **
High Tove and Armboth Fell from Thirlmere **
Wansfell, and Wansfell Pike **
Nab Scar and Alcock Tarn **
Loughrigg Fell from Ambleside **
Loughrigg Tarn **
Seat Sandal ***
Wansfell Pike, Troutbeck, and Skelghyll Wood ***
Stone Arthur, Great Rigg, Heron Pike and Nab Scar ***
Easedale Tarn, Codale Tarn, and Tarn Crag ***
High Raise, Sergeant Man, and Blea Rigg from Langdale ****
Steel Fell, Calf Crag, Gibson Knott and Helm Crag ****
Red Screes and Middle Dodd from Ambleside ****
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 *****

WalkLakes recognises that hill walking, or walking in the mountains, is an activity with a danger of personal injury or death.
Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.