Today’s easy 1.2 mile walk is one you can do in the rain. The Alphabet Trail at Serpentine Woods in Kendal gives kids and adults alike a sculpture adventure. Don’t forget your wellies!
The Wild Trail is a brilliantly fun and free 1.5 mile adventure loop through the ancient woodlands of Sizegh Castle’s grounds. There are ropes to follow, walls to climb, holes to scramble through, logs to balance on, tree stumps to jump across, a tree swing and much much more.
The free Farm Trail at Low Sizergh Barn takes you on an easy 1.75 mile circular (muddy!) walk through the ancient woodland
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.
A walk up Lord’s Seat on Whitbarrow Scar, near Witherslack that includes climbing, scree slopes, caves and woods
Whinfell Beacon! A stone’s throw outside of Kendal, and now officially incorporated into the Lake District National Park, this is a hidden gem! Quiet and beautiful, off the beaten track […]
The Helm, near Oxenholme, which is just outside of Kendal. We started this walk at The Station Inn. It’s a lovely family pub with an awesome playground and bouncy castle […]