Walking in the Lake District
Walking in the The Lake District is very enjoyable when you are in an area of breathtaking scenery with picturesque Lakeland villages and Low Graythwaite Hall is centrally placed so you can discover it all.
Whilst walking in The Lake District, you can enjoy:
Flasks filled for free!
Packed lunches in a wicker basket or rucksack including sandwich, cake/biscuit, fruit, crisps and drink. £7.50 each.
We have had an Ordnance Survey Landranger map specially printed with Low Graythwaite Hall at the centre. It is the ideal map for planning days out and for getting to know an area and we are happy to lend it to our guests on request. Use our OS Map to find
Great Walks to do:
The Rusland valley
A countryside ramble over quiet, secluded landscape with a surprisingly varied terrain of heathland, woodland, marshland as well as farmland with wooded hills all around. The pub in the middle of Oxen Park Village is ideal for refreshments.
Coniston Old Man via the Jack Diamond Path
The Jack Diamond Path up Coniston Old Man is one of the few paths in the Lake District named after an individual - unlike the other paths though, this one has a very recent history. Once you have gained the summit of Coniston Old Man then a round of Brim Fell, Dow Crag, Buck Pike, Brown Pike and a descent along the Walna Scar Road will make the perfect mountain day. The terrain includes a steep minor road, woodland, moorland, steep mountainside, high mountain ridges, exposed col and an old pack horse road.
Loughrigg, Sergeant Man and Tarn Crag
Outline of Route: White Moss - Loughrigg (via caves) - Silver How - Blea Rigg - Sergeant Man - Tarn Crag - Grasmere - White Moss (Grid ref. NY 348066).Total Distance 12.1 miles, Total Ascent 3300 feet, Equivalent Distance 18.8 miles.
Just ask if you would like us to help you plan a route for your walk or supply any maps.