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Relatively easy walk which we could complete at our own pace.Easy route to follow.
Several showers but if one dresses appropriately it is not a problem.It makes the coffee and cake so much more enjoyable afterwards.
My family and I have been holidaying in the Lakes for 30 years, originally with our kids (we had family who lived in Ulverston) and now with with our Black Labs and our grand kids.
The beauty of Grasmere Lake is that there are so...More
We’ve visited a few places in the Lake District now but I think this might be one of my favourites. The views across the lake are amazing, crystal clear water and really relaxing by the waterside. There is a small ‘beach like’ area at one...More
We had a wander around the village taking in the sights and had a very nice walk around the lake which takes about 2-2 1/2 hours and isn’t too strenuous being on mainly flat tracks / roads but still involves some slight uphill sections (it...More
Yes I believe you can . If you hire a rowing boat from the little boatyard on the road out of Grasmere to the Langdales you can row out to it . You could of course swim to it! No forms of motor boat are allowed on Grasmere... More
Yes I believe you can . If you hire a rowing boat from the little boatyard on the road out of Grasmere to the Langdales you can row out to it . You could of course swim to it! No forms of motor boat are allowed on Grasmere Lake
Response from lakelover908 | Reviewed this property |
2 to 3 hours. Not the best along the road section. You can cross the road though and pick up a trail/road and walk back into Grasmere (Town End) from behind White Moss Car park. Part of the old coffin trail. Enjoy!