lake district


Harrop Tarn

A 2.6 mile walk loop incorporating Harrop Tarn and views over the spectacular Thirlmere reservoir.

Bowderstone

A great little woodland walk close to Derwentwater, perfect for if you are wanting to combine with an afternoon by the water as the lake is just 300m from the car park.

Loweswater

An absolutely gorgeous walk in a quiet little corner of the Lake District, and you definitely don’t feel like you are missing out on anything just because you are taking the pram.

Great Wood

A great little woodland walk close to Derwentwater, perfect for if you are wanting to combine with an afternoon by the water as the lake is just 300m from the car park.

Dunmallard

Dunmallard is a perfect little uphill walk for little legs at just under 2 miles long, and the perfect place to escape the crowds of Pooley Bridge and Ullswater

Aira Force and High Force

If you’re heading to the Lake District, then the chances are that this will be on your list of things to do. It’s popular but there’s good reason for that and it makes for a great day out.

Latrigg Fell

If you are spending any time in the North Lakes and want a short, easy hike with amazing views, then this is the walk for you! With panoramic views over Derwentwater, the town of Keswick and the Norther Fells, it is a great beauty spot.

Brothers Water

A little gem of a walk along Brother’s water, a small lake located south of Ullswater, just before you reach Kirkstone Pass. It’s a perfect walk if you are after a pram friendly stroll with views of the surrounding fells.

Dubwath Silver Meadows

Another walk we found on the Lake District National Park Website – in their Miles Without Stiles Section. Dubwath Silver Meadows Nature Reserveis small in size, but makes for a nice easy morning stroll with the kids.

Scout Scar

Technically not in the Lake District, but close enough. Scout Scar near Kendal is the perfect little short walk if you are after some stunning views without the effort. Not only that, but it’s a bit of a local gem