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There is an excellent walk right round Loughrigg Fell. Starting from the Skelwith Bridge Hotel go up the steep road towards Grasmere. Turn right to follow the path round the south edge of Loughrigg Tarn, pick up the road again and at the top of...More
We had a lovely walk up and over the Fell from Ambleside. It took us about 3 hours, to walk around a 12km loop at a leisurely pace. We walked round Loughrigg Tarn too, and stopped at a pub in Skelwith Bridge for lunch. Most...More
Visited on a sunny September da. A great walk with amazing views at every turn. Started from Ambleside and walk round to Loughrigg Tarn before climbing up the steep stream / small waterfall to the summit. Spectacular views from the top before returning via Rydal.
We went via Loughrigg Fell to Grasmere and looped round via Rydal Water back to Ambleside. Had a great time. Some bits were a little steep but the view at the top was worth it! Definitely recommend this as you can walk from Ambleside centre...More
got a bit lost trying to find where to start from as Google maps took us well I don't know where but I would say best to start from white moss car park easy to find from there. we climbed to the top but can't...More
Although the climb is not long, it is rather steep. There are many ways up, and most paths are easy to follow. I came up from Rydal cave, and then down towards Grasmere. It is a very popular walk, and often in the summer, very...More
We started our walk from Chapel Stile, Elterwater, down through Deer Bolts wood on to Loughrigg Terrace, then walked up the path to Loughrigg fell. We'd never done this particular walk before so didn't know what to expect. The path started off ok, but it...More
Response from Bittlenutuck | Reviewed this property |
I think it would be difficult to get lost around Rydal Water and Grasmere. Park at White Moss Car Park or one of the other public car parks on the A591 and then follow the footpaths around the lake. I'm sure the kids would... More
I think it would be difficult to get lost around Rydal Water and Grasmere. Park at White Moss Car Park or one of the other public car parks on the A591 and then follow the footpaths around the lake. I'm sure the kids would love to see ( go in) Rydal Cave. Look at possible routes on google map or search one of the many walking route sites on the t'interweb
Response from William D | Reviewed this property |
Hello, sorry I've not come back sooner, as regards the 79 year old, I would say not suitable, to be honest there are no easy routes and it's quite a steep climb. Best not to put yourself in any danger.