Lovely place to visit. Accessible for many and something for everyone. Many different ways to reach Tarn Hows and great paths.
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The National Trust has developed the area around the Tarn to make it very accessible and as neither of us are as mobile as we were it was really freeing to enjoy a good number of hours just strolling in such beautiful surroundings. If you...More
Enjoyed a beautiful trek around Tarn Haws the trek is great for people who are not equipped for hard core trekking, you experience views of the lake from all angels and woodland walks and views of surrounding mountains great time had by all our group...More
a breath-taking place with easy paths to walk on, well sign posted and where your dog can run and swim freely, close to Hawkshead for a well deserved cake and coffee.More
So glad you had a lovely time at Tarn Hows! We are very proud of this beautiful place. Just to mention in case you didn't know- we ask that dogs stay on the lead on the circular route around the tarn, this because Tarn Hows...More
The ground is suitable for big pushchairs ( the path is almost flat), and the 1h turn around the lake is just what you need between two shower showers of rain. We had a lot of mirror effects in the water, very charming place.
Not very easy to find, well I thought so, but well worth it when you get there. A beautiful place to walk and take in the views. Nice picnic areas if the weather is favourable. Walking is pretty flat so it should be fine for...More
This is a beautiful Tarn and a lovely gentle 1 mile + walk around and wheel chair accessible. The trip to the waterfall is worth it although a bit steep.
Bit busy the day we went but plenty of room. Car park just over the road. Electric off road wheelchairs to hire and access all around the lake.