If you enjoy walking in the Lake District National Park or even... fell walking, trekking, hill walking or hiking, then this is a good place to start.
We at 'Lakeland Walks' have developed this website about the Lake District, offering you several avenues in which to make your next visit to this beautiful countryside as enjoyable and stress free as possible. From popular Lake District walks, places to visit or even finding the perfect Lake Hotels… we have it all if your visiting such places as Pooley Bridge, Ullswater or even camping at Troutbeck.
Remember, what ever walk or activities you take part in… Come back and tell us all about it... Using your own words and pictures to describe your latest Lake District adventures. We will then add it to our unique collection of Lakeland Walks and activities on the site for the whole world to see.
Your walk and pictures may become the guided walk for some one who has never tried fell walking such as Cat Bells, Helvellyn or Blencathra.
Before you even leave the comfort of your own home take a look at our Lakeland Attractions and read up on places to visit such as Beatrix Potter and you can even join the National Trust on our website. There are lots of places of interest to visit and things to do when you are not walking.
Find the perfect Holiday Cottages in our 'Lakeland Holiday Cottages section' or a Lake Hotel to stay in for a weekends break.
We also have a section for 'Lake District Camp and Caravan sites'.
Our Lake District Hotels section will search all Lake hotels to find you that perfect place to stay and relax after a days walking.
Do you have that great Lake District Picture you would like to share?... Is it a picture that will inspire others to put on those walking boots and make their way to the top?, If so. Share your Lake District picture in our photos section!
If you have a Lakeland Walk, Picture, Cottage, Camp site and you would like to upload them now?... It can be done in minutes!
To upload your specific details then:
Simply go to create Your Account … Click to register and that’s it!
just wait for your confirmation and verification email.
Once you have received your unique email confirmation you are up and walking! Then you can upload, edit and manage your walks, cottages or campsite listings.
All Lake District Walks and Lake District Pictures are FREE to upload.
If you have a Lake District video on You Tub you would like us to promote let us know and we will profile it here in our video section.
Please contact us with any suggestions you may have, of how we can improve our service and the website.
If you have a walk from anywhere in the world why not send those in to us here and if we get enough maybe you will see your walk published on this website in the future.
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Coniston Mini Marathon!
On the 27th June 09 myself, husband John, daughter Kayleigh, her fella Marc and of course Foster the best dog ever, parked in the carpark on Walna Scar Road. We walked along it until it levelled out and then turned up over Brown Pike, Buck Pike and onto Dow Crag. Then we went
Great Mell Fell Mystery Walk
Do you like a walk of untold that makes you wonder who or what was here before us? How old is civilisation itself? How different are we to those who long ago walked these same hills?
Look to the heavens on a clear night here in the Lake District and you could be looking upon the same star
On Sunday 9th August 2009 I 'Alice Bradbury', my brother, two friends along with my dad walked Blencathra. We didn't walk up 'Sharp Edge' we walked up the other side. We still made it to the top and I was the youngest one up there from our group.
On the way back, we went down somethin
Hardknott, Our Final Wainwright!
We parked at Cockley Beck and walked along the roman road towards Back Hall. The path goes in front of the farm, through the fields, over a couple of stiles and onto the fellside heading up towards Peathill Crag. (Vague paths but not really a problem, a bit boggy in one or two places though.) Tur
The Countryside Code
The Countryside Code
The Countryside Code applies to all parts of the countryside. Most of it is just good commonsense, as it is designed to help us all to respect, protect and enjoy our countryside.
The Code, whi