Our top spring walks in Langdale

Enjoy the countryside in all its glory on one of our walks in the dramatic Langdale Valley. Choose from short, serene low-level walks to fell top expeditions. Combine your adventure with a trip to our pub Sticklebarn for the perfect pit-stop and a hearty meal.

Visitors walking through a garden in spring

Visiting this spring 

Our gardens, parks and countryside locations are open. Cafés are offering a takeaway service and some outdoor seating is available at cafés in England only. Some shops are open in England and Wales but remain closed in Northern Ireland. All houses are currently closed. The safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors remains our priority. To avoid disappointment please book in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. Please check the property webpage before you visit and follow government guidance.

Walkers at Blea Tarn in Langdale
Walking trail

Blea Tarn walk 

A short, sedate walk, perfect for all seasons, ages and abilities, and with unforgettable Lake District views.

Mickleden, Lake District
Walking trail

Mickleden walk 

Discover the uninhabited valley of Mickleden on this easy walk along a level, stony track to the bottom of two ancient mountain passes.

A woman stepping on stones at Stickle Tarn
Walking trail

Stickle Tarn walk 

This trail is dominated by the unmistakable outline of the spectacular Langdale Pikes and takes in rock pools and dramatic waterfalls.

Two women walk their dog on a lead at Tarn Hows

Help us look after the Lake District  

Please follow the Countryside Code when you visit the Lake District. By taking your litter home with you, keeping your dog under control, keeping gates, driveways and roads clear and sticking to designated footpaths, you can help us care for the Lake District and the wildlife and people who call it home.