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One of the hidden place out of the main tourist areas in Lake District and definitely worh to visit. My visit was in rain & cloudness, but still even low visability you get an impresion of the landscape & mountains around the lake. I can...More
Such a stunning place, you have to drive down a little road for what feels like ages to get here, the views can't be beaten around here, it is so peaceful. Whatever the weather it is definitely worth going here!
Wow, what a fantastic lake and surrounding mountains even in the low cloud and rain. Much more rugged than most of the lake district and a bit of an arduous drive along a single track to get there, but the effort is so worthwhile.
Lovely views. Still waters with mountain backdrop is amazing.
Road to get there is a single small road for a few miles. We saw a caravan struggle for ages to get around a corner. Two cars can barely get past each other.
Not much there,...More
Stunningly beautiful. No other words needed.
Roads too and from are narrow in places as expected. Don’t think everyone is considerate...they are not! A bloke in the middle of the road wouldn’t move over and hit my wing mirror. No big deal, no damage but...More
Visited whilst staying at Muncaster Castle 2 weeks ago with The Other Half,but have been here many times before.A glorious day in July,the scenery was spectacular with the magnificent Great Gable standing proud at the far end.The water level was low on the edges but...More
The scenery around the lake is stunning, with the hills all around, the scree on one side of the lake. We swam in it a number of times, which was wonderful. If swimming, it's a good idea to have footwear you can take in the...More
At 80 odd metres deep this lake is the deepest in England, though quite narrow. The scree field you can see in the far side as you drive continues steeply down into the water.
The lake is clean and the fresh water is lovely to...More
Response from pajthomas | Reviewed this property |
Hi Cindy, as Gordon says there is a very nice National Trust site just past the lake and there is a very good Camping and Caravanning club in the next vqalley near Boot, that one also has the advantage of being a short... More
Hi Cindy, as Gordon says there is a very nice National Trust site just past the lake and there is a very good Camping and Caravanning club in the next vqalley near Boot, that one also has the advantage of being a short stroll to the terminal for the Ravenglass and Eskdale steam railway, in both cases though be very careful to approach from the main road, A595, as satnavs may try to route you over the Hardnott and Wrynose passes and unless it is a small motorhome with a good engine you really do not want to go there