This route offers spectacular views of some of the Lake District’s most iconic landmarks without requiring walkers to follow any overly difficult terrain. Though tricky in places the route offers some amazing views and more than rewards the obstacles to be overcome.
Circular | 8.9km (5.5 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route is rated medium to difficult as in the good conditions it offers little challenge. However, in more treacherous conditions it can become very difficult.
Circular | 12.5km (7.77 miles) | Difficulty: Medium to Hard
This is an easy walk on the outskirts of the town of Morecombe.
Circular | 7.1km (4.5 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
This route is relatively short but can quite tricky in places. It isn’t recommend for walkers to follow it when there’s snow or ice as some stretches of the path are very irregular and rocky. The same applies for when there has been a lot of recent wet weather. A lot of the walk takes place right next to the River Greta and there are also several stream crossings where walkers will need to hop across rocks.
Circular | 12km (7.5 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route has been given a medium difficulty as the most part is along well maintained paths and roads but there are several short sections of rock scrambling.
Circular | 13.5km (8.25 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This is a one way route so walkers will either need to think ahead or be prepared to do some back tracking.
Linear | 6.86km (4.25 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route is fairly straight-forward and is well marked so walkers can easily find the way. The walk is mostly flat except for when travelling up and down the sides of Gunnerside Gill.
Circular | 15.3km (10 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route is straight forward and is mostly well maintained and signposted. However, there are sections of the route that involve crossing rocks in or near running water require care to be taken and may be treacherous in wet conditions.
Circular | 11km (7 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
This is a one way route which leads from Cow Green Reservoir down into the Eden valley along the Pennine Way. The route ends in the picturesque village of Appleby.
Linear | 23.6km (15 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route offers walkers the chance to have a look at some of the old lead mining buildings in the valleys strewn across the moor.
Circular | 13km (8 miles) | Difficulty: Medium