Helm Crag, or the lion and lamb, as it’s known locally, is a fantastic family walk near Grasmere. It is classed as a Wainwright Fell, which means it’s over 1000 feet. It’s actually 1328 feet to be exact!
Elterwater to Skelwith Bride, or vice versa, or even there and back, is a beautiful and easy walk, that is suitable for pushchairs too. It’s approx 1.5 miles each way, with plenty of adventure along the way.
We will continue our mission to find the cave at Arnside Knott. Please do let us know if you have any more information on it!
The “mushroom” at Scout Scar, in between Underbarrow and Kendal in the south east Lake District is a popular, and rewarding easy walk for locals and tourists alike.
Cunswick Scar is an easy 3 mile circular walk, with only a small amount of gradient. Beautiful views over Kentmere, the SE lakes and Kendal.
Easy short climb up Latterbarrow near Outgate and Hawkshead
Loughrigg Fell is a great little family Wainwright to climb. Easy to navigate from White Moss or the A591 layby.
Easedale Tarn and Sour Milk Gill from Grasmere is a lovely circular walk of approx 4 miles