You may just wish to visit the waterfall, or perhaps a spot of canoeing will take your fancy? There's loads to do at Aira Force so leave yourself plenty of time.
Not for the faint-hearted as there are vertical drops and flights of steps involved, but those who do it will be rewarded with the most beautiful scenery.
Stretch your legs with this short easy walk through an ancient deer park with magnificent veteran trees and stunning views down Ullswater lake.
Take this circular walk and experience the most stunning scenery as you explore one of our largest hill farms in the Lakes.
Uphill at the start, but the effort is rewarded again and again on this beautiful circular walk. Lace up those boots and get going.
Whether it's the flat lakeshore or the rugged hills, there are plenty of places to run in Grasmere, whatever your experience.
This walk takes you to a lovely little lake, which is a great place for some lunch and a paddle.
From relaxing lake-shore strolls to fell-top expeditions, when it comes to walking we're spoiled for choice here in Grasmere. Here are a few of our favourite walks to get you started.
Explore quaint village Grasmere and its beautiful surroundings. Take a look at our tips to get the best views and picnic spots.
With plenty of options for a relaxed lake-shore stroll or a walk up the fells, Grasmere is the place to come for a quick amble or a long day’s adventure. You bring the picnic, we’ve got the views.
Along this favourite walk that takes you to a Borrowdale gem - the hamlet of Watendlath, you'll discover oak woodland, two tarns (mountain ponds) and stunning Lakeland views.
Immerse yourself in Derwent Water Regatta with three swimming races run by our friends at Epic Events
Take a run along the lakeshore as part of Derwent Water Regatta thanks to our friends at High Terrain Events
Have a go at a watersport you've never tried before at the Derwent Water regatta in Keswick.
It may be small but Cat Bells is perfectly formed for the casual walker. We advise you arrive by boat rather than car as the narrow local roads can get clogged.
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An ideal starting point for walking the circular route around Derwent Water.
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Definitely one for your sightseeing tick list, but driving across the bridge is not for the faint-hearted
Follow Hause Gill from its source high on Honister Pass, as it joins the River Derwent and continues on to the village of Grange in Borrowdale.
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