Walks rated * - gentle, ideal for beginners

Castlerigg Stone Circle 0m
Moss Force on Newlands Hause 419m
Skiddaw Shepherd's Memorial 1km
Hard Knott Roman Fort 1km
Allan Bank Woodland Walk 1km
A short walk to Spout Force 1km
Little Mell Fell 1km
Stockghyll Force - Ambleside 1km
Dunmallet  2km
A Short Walk to The Bowder Stone 2km
A Short Stroll to Lodore Falls 2km
Hallin Fell 2km
Latrigg: a short stroll 2km
Cockshot Point stroll from Bowness on Windermere 2km
A short sharp walk to Gummer's How 2km
Raven Crag and Castle Crag beside Thirlmere 2km
Ling Fell 3km
Whinlatter Forest - Heavy Sides Walk 3km
A short walk to Friar's Crag from the Moot Hall, Keswick 3km
Blea Tarn above Langdale 3km
Words In The Woods 3km
Binsey 3km
A stroll around Tarn Hows  3km
Low and High Dam, Finsthwaite 3km
A very short walk to Hard Knott and Border End 3km
Sale Fell 3km
Brant Fell above Bowness-on-Windermere 3km
Great Mell Fell 4km
Red Bank from White Moss near Ambleside 4km
Lanthwaite Wood and Crummock Water 4km
A stroll to Holm Wood beside Loweswater 4km
Hugil Fell and Reston Scar above Staveley 4km
A Scout Scar Amble 4km
Castlehead Viewpoint from the Moot Hall, Keswick 4km
Lanty's Tarn, Keldas, and Patterdale Circular 4km
Orrest Head - the view that changed a young man's life 4km
Castle Crag - Borrowdale 5km
Great How 5km
Heughscar Hill from Roehead, Pooley Bridge 5km
High Sweden Bridge Circular 5km
An Ambleside Waterfalls Wander - Stockghyll Force and Blue Hill Wood 5km
Rannerdale Knotts 5km
Lily Tarn above Ambleside 5km
Greenside Mine and Glenridding Beck Circular Stroll 5km
Bowscale Tarn - Tarn of the Immortal Fish 6km
Watch Hill outside Cockermouth 6km
An Elterwater Stroll 6km
A circuit of Grasmere 6km
The National Trust Centenary Stone from Keswick 6km
Carron Crag  6km
Whitewater Dash - Dash Falls 7km
Skinny Dipping in Blackmoss Pot 7km
Force Crag Mine 7km
Around Buttermere 8km
Faulds Brow and The Howk from Caldbeck 8km
Easedale Tarn 9km
Grasmere and Rydal Water 9km
Ennerdale Water 12km

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.