Wansfell Pike is a Wainwright fell, offering stunning panoramic views. It stands at 482 metres (1581 feet), just outside of Ambleside in the southern Lake District. It is a big fell for little legs, and a continuous steep climb. This route is an out and back, totalling 3 miles. We’d recommend this walk for older, more capable children walkers or those with young babies that are being carried.
Loughrigg Fell is a great little family Wainwright to climb. Easy to navigate from White Moss or the A591 layby.
Thanks to Lee Benson for this contribution to the blog. Todd Crag and Lily Tarn near Ambleside. We managed to get parked on the Under Loughrigg Road but you […]
Loughrigg Tarn just outside of Ambleside is a bit of a winner! Fantastic place for a picnic on a sunny day and a perfectly sized body of water for the […]
With a 50/50 forecast for rain, we headed to Wray Castle today. If it poured down, we’d be safe and warm inside the castle, knowing that there’s plenty to entertain […]
Stock Ghyll Falls, Ambleside. Today was the perfect day for it, wet and drizzly. The falls are in a forest, so you’re somewhat protected from the elements, and the rainfall […]
One of our all time favourite family walks, Rydal Caves