Walks near Keswick

Keswick, at the top of Derwent water provides an ideal base for exploring the fells at the northern end of the Lake District.

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Castlerigg Stone Circle *
Moss Force on Newlands Hause *
Skiddaw Shepherd's Memorial *
Allan Bank Woodland Walk *
A short walk to Spout Force *
A Short Walk to The Bowder Stone *
A Short Stroll to Lodore Falls *
Latrigg: a short stroll *
Raven Crag and Castle Crag beside Thirlmere *
Ling Fell *
Whinlatter Forest - Heavy Sides Walk *
A short walk to Friar's Crag from the Moot Hall, Keswick *
Binsey *
Words In The Woods *
Sale Fell *
Lanthwaite Wood and Crummock Water *
A stroll to Holm Wood beside Loweswater *
Castlehead Viewpoint from the Moot Hall, Keswick *
Castle Crag - Borrowdale *
Great How *
Rannerdale Knotts *
Bowscale Tarn - Tarn of the Immortal Fish *
Watch Hill outside Cockermouth *
A circuit of Grasmere *
The National Trust Centenary Stone from Keswick *
Whitewater Dash - Dash Falls *
Skinny Dipping in Blackmoss Pot *
Force Crag Mine *
Around Buttermere *
Faulds Brow and The Howk from Caldbeck *
Easedale Tarn *
Ennerdale Water *
Walla Crag and the Great Wood **
Loughrigg Fell from White Moss **
Bleaberry Tarn above Buttermere **
Catbells and the Newlands valley **
Knott Rigg and Ard Crags **
Catbells **
Beda Fell from Martindale **
A Short Walk From Ashness Bridge to High Seat **
Birk Crag, Harrop Tarn and Blea Tarn **
Millican Dalton's Cave - Castle Crag, Borrowdale **
Whinlatter **
High Tove and Armboth Fell from Thirlmere **
Skiddaw - Dodd **
Longlands, Lowthwaite, and Brae Fells **
Grey Knotts and Brandreth circular from Honister **
Fellbarrow from Thackthwaite, Lorton Vale **
Souther Fell **
High Rigg, Naddle Fell, and Wren Crag **
To Force Crag Mine - a Coledale Low Round **
The Old Keswick Railway Line and Latrigg **
Dock Tarn, Great Crag, and Watendlath, from Rosthwaite **
Around Derwent Water **
Seat Sandal ***
Bleaberry Tarn, Red Pike, and Dodd ***
Fleetwith Pike via Fleetwith Edge ***
Haystacks ***
Barf, Lord's Seat, Ullister Hill and Seat How ***
Causey Pike and Scar Crag ***
Walla Crag and Bleaberry Fell from Great Wood ***
Hen Comb from Loweswater village ***
Gavel Fell and Blake Fell from Maggie's Bridge, Loweswater ***
Burnbank Fell, Holme Force and the woods ***
A short walk to Hart Side from Park Brow ***
Carrock Fell and High Pike ***
Lonscale Fell via Burnt Horse Ridge ***
Ullock Pike, Longside Edge, Carl Side ***
Misty Skiddaw ***
Graystones, Broom Fell, and Lord's Seat ***
Little and Great Sca Fells, Meal Fell, and Great Cockup ***
Mellbreak and Scale Force ***
Great Calva and Knott from Mosedale ***
Lodore Falls, Watendlath, Grange Fell, and the Bowder Stone circular ***
Grike, Crag Fell, Lank Rigg ***
Cumbria Way - Caldbeck to Carlisle ***
Bowscale Fell ****
Blencathra via Hall's Fell Ridge ****
Haystacks and Fleetwith Pike ****
Robinson and Hindscarth from Little Town ****
Base Brown, Green Gable, Great Gable and Seathwaite Fell ****
Grasmoor via Lad Howes ridge ****
Grisedale Pike and Hopegill Head ****
A Walker's Blencathra ****
A Riggindale Round ****
The Buttermere Edge ****
White Side and Raise, from Glenridding ****
Steel Fell, Calf Crag, Gibson Knott and Helm Crag ****
Robinson, Hindscarth and Dale Head - A Half Newlands ****
Eagle Crag, Sergeant's Crag and Ullscarf ****
A Shorter Coledale Round ****
Helvellyn round from Thirlmere ****
Scafell Pike from Seathwaite via the Corridor Route ****
Catbells, Maiden Moor, High Spy - A Half Newlands ****
A longer walk over Bakestall and Skiddaw ****
The Coledale Horseshoe *****
The Glaramara Wainwrights *****
The Grasmoor Six Wainwright Fells *****
Steeple, Scoat Fell, Haycock, and Caw Fell from Ennerdale *****
The Dodds and Clough Head, via Sticks Pass and St John's in the Vale *****
A Journey from Buttermere to Keswick *****
Cumbria Way - Keswick to Caldbeck *****

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