Windermere Walks

5 Windermere Walks

Lakeland Leisure Walks publish a series of walks around the Windermere area. Windermere is the classic arrival point for many first timers to the Lake District including one Alfred Wainwright who was captivated on his first trip to the Lakes by the view from Orrest Head (walk 3).

5 Easy to Follow Walks Windermere pack £2.50

The Lake Shore
A favourite walk down to the very scenic shoreline of Windermere  1.5 hrs

School Knott
Circular walk to a secluded tarn and incredible viewpoint 2.5 hrs

Orrest Head
Popular walk that leads up to perfect and accessible viewpoints.2 hrs

Rewarding walk up to the charming village of Troutbeck 2.5 hrs

East of Lake
A multitide of breathtaking viewpoints across Lake Windemere 3.5hrs






Post Knott and Brantfell
A Perfect walk which quickly ascends to the very popular "Post Knott" 1.5hr

Storrs and Winster Valley
For those wishing a wonderful walk through quiet and secluded countryside 3.5 - 4hr

The Lake Shore and Claife Heights
A truley excellent walk, which unites a spectacular shoreline footpath with a fascinating woodland trail and unspoilt landscape around Far Sawrey 3 - 3.5hr

Windermere Walk
A superb walk through the quaint by-ways of Bowness, and then along a collection of delightful paths that meander through picturesque woodlands of Windermere 2 - 2.5hr

Biskey Howe
A magnificent walk that incorporates the splendid vantage point of 'Biskey Howe' with a particularly enjoyable section of well-renowned 'Dales Way' 2 - 2.5hr 





 Bowness to Ambleside Walk 1 Pack 95p

Local Walk - Village to Village, return by ferry or train

A fabulous walk through the the undulating meadowlands above Windermere, where the view of the Lake District mountains from the top of Orrest Head is simply breathtaking. After passing by the ancient village of Troutbeck, the landscape becomes more rugged as you gradually descend through woodland to link up with a bus or boat at Waterhead or Ambleside. 5 - 5hr






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 5 Exciting Walks around BOWNESS pack £1.95

Bowness is the most popular destination in the southern Lake District but just a few hundred yards away from the bustle of activity around the steamer piers are many secluded paths leading through woods to some great viewpoints over the lake with Post Knott and Brantfell particularly giving a lot of view for not a lot of effort (walk 1)

Lakeland Leisure Walks, Folly End, Priest Hutton, Carnforth, Lancs LA6 1JL Telephone: 07841721263 Email:

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