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Self-Guided Walks in the English Lake District

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Heart of Lakeland

Heart of Lakeland

Either moderate or strenuous (participants’ choice), depending on use made of public transport. On Day Four, which is the second point to point walking day, there is no public transport available to shorten the distance: so that there is no need to walk more than 7 miles (11 kilometres), a taxi rendez-vous can be arranged… Continue Reading

Cross Lakes Ramble

Cross Lakes Ramble

This walk starts in Windermere and follows the first two linear walking days of the Heart of Lakeland, but from Eskdale, rather than going northwards to Wasdale and Keswick, it continues to the Cumbrian coast at Ravenglass where there is a station on the scenic Cumbrian coastal railway. It is possible to catch a train… Continue Reading

Just Walk

Just Walk

Just walk…. view, and return to the same base the following night! Forget packing your suitcase every morning, separating out what you need for the day, unpacking and settling in to a new accommodation base in the evening. You will be at a single base throughout your stay with enough walks to keep you occupied for… Continue Reading

Heart of Lakeland

Heart of Lakeland

Either moderate or strenuous (participants’ choice), depending on use made of public transport. On Day Four, which is the second point to point walking day, there is no public transport available to shorten the distance: so that there is no need to walk more than 7 miles (11 kilometres), a taxi rendez-vous can be arranged… Continue Reading

Cross Lakes Ramble

Cross Lakes Ramble

This walk starts in Windermere and follows the first two linear walking days of the Heart of Lakeland, but from Eskdale, rather than going northwards to Wasdale and Keswick, it continues to the Cumbrian coast at Ravenglass where there is a station on the scenic Cumbrian coastal railway. It is possible to catch a train… Continue Reading

Just Walk

Just Walk

Just walk…. view, and return to the same base the following night! Forget packing your suitcase every morning, separating out what you need for the day, unpacking and settling in to a new accommodation base in the evening. You will be at a single base throughout your stay with enough walks to keep you occupied for… Continue Reading

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About

About Your Host English Lakeland Walks is operated and administered by Alan Heppenstall. Alan is a qualified Blue Badge Guide for Cumbria, and has lived in the area for over 35 years. During much of the time I have lived and worked in this beautiful corner of England I have walked the fells and valleys,… Continue Reading

About

About Your Host English Lakeland Walks is operated and administered by Alan Heppenstall. Alan is a qualified Blue Badge Guide for Cumbria, and has lived in the area for over 35 years. During much of the time I have lived and worked in this beautiful corner of England I have walked the fells and valleys,… Continue Reading

The Waterfalls in Easedale
Easedale Tarn
Herdwick Sheep Overlooking Hard Knott Pass

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The English Lake District, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

THE ENGLISH LAKE DISTRICT, A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE In 2018 our wonderful region was nominated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, thus joining such iconic locations as the Taj Mahal, the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon. The criteria used by UNESCO for selecting World Heritage Sites are quite specific and focus… Continue Reading