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Cathedral Quarry (Cathedral Cave)
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Little Langdale
If you're tired of walking (we were exhausted by this point) you can actually park very close by if you drive down a long dirt road from the A593 towards High Park Farm/Low Hall Garth (Cathedral Cavern is now list...
Well done LDN Park and National Trust !
Loughrigg Fell Ambleside 3.8 km away
#1 of 15 Nature & Parks in Ambleside
Good achievable ramble Fantastic National Park are and Great Views as you walk over Grasmere - follow the path to the top of the Fell and a superb panoramic view awaits you.
We headed to the tea room at Rydal Mount which was excellent and had the added bonus of the walk through the lovely Rydal Park back to Ambleside .
Tarn Hows Coniston 3.8 km away
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Coniston
A big claim, but whatever the season Tarn Hows delights and provides a sensory treat of impossibly beautiful views, fragrant foliage and the relaxing sounds of nature.
The Tarn itself is stunning so if you want you could just park in the National Trust car park, where toilet facilities are brilliant and take a picnic to the shore of the Tarn ands just enjoy the view.
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Blea Tarn
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Little Langdale
A small National Trust car Park is close by and from this you can walk around the Tarn with great views all around.
A Lovely Tarn for photographers and anyone who appreciates nature
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Easedale Tarn Grasmere 5.2 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Grasmere
The path was clearly marked from Easedale road right from the visitor car park.stopping by the waterfalls was very refreshing.
Remember that you are in a National Park, adhere to the Countryside Code.
Lake District National Park Guided Walks - Walks to Inspire Lake District, UK 6.2 km away
#12 of 155 Nature & Parks in Lake District
Walking is probably the most popular activity in the Lake District, and the Lake District National Park offers free guided walks led by friendly and knowledgeable volunteers throughout the park.
Wow just to incredible and amazing place to be the nature lives and shine in this place just so amazing and damn better to enjoy with family as wel to nature’s lover of in London try to plan for this place
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Alcock Tarn Grasmere 5.8 km away
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Grasmere
Coniston Water Coniston 6.3 km away
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Coniston
We enjoyed a lovely circular cycle route around Coniston Water, cycling south from the Park Coppice caravan site on the western shore, along the bridlepath down to Torver, then on quiet roads along the shore line,...
Many places in and around the lake from historic houses to the Ruskin museum, check out the tourist info centre as they can do discounts on boat trips etc. Lots of places to park up and walk.
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Helm Crag Grasmere 6.6 km away
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Grasmere
We parked in one of the main car parks in Grasmere (£5.40 for 4 hours) and headed for the gingerbread shop!
Park in Grasmere and walk along Easdale road then follow signs to the start of the walk.
Old Man of Coniston Coniston 6.9 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Coniston
Beautiful mountain beautiful views just amazing .. its very steep in places depending on which way you walk up as there is plenty of ways up and around.. there is a car park thats free .. there is an old mine half...
My favorite is a circular route driving up from Coniston village to park in a designated area on the Walna Scar road then going up through the slate quarries & to the top (past the lovely low water tarn) then goin...
Rydal Mount & Gardens Rydal 5.3 km away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Rydal
Relaxed stroll around the house with staff available for further information as required, guides available in most languages, small car park, cafe/shop in ticket office (originally the school house) lots of pictur...
Rydal Mount is situated just off the main road with a small private car park but also within walking distance from both Grasmere and Ambleside and is well worth a visit.
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Rydal Hall Gardens Rydal 6.0 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Rydal
which are fabulous in the summer months.. Tea rooms, Shepherds huts / Yurts / Camping, Nature tail, Vegetable garden, Folly's, It's worth a visit also call in at Rydal church.
Finally, of course, the whole park is set in the gorgeous surroundings of some of the most lovely scenery in the country - hills rising dramatically on three sides and a green, tree-lined valley sloping away from...
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Wordsworth Daffodil Garden Grasmere 4.7 km away
#4 of 7 Nature & Parks in Grasmere
Follow the pathway paved with tiles with the names of individuals who donated funds to create the park to the far end where there is a quote from Wordsworth famous poem Daffodils in front of a very picturesque vie...
Hayes Garden World Ambleside Ambleside 6.2 km away
#6 of 15 Nature & Parks in Ambleside
often visit on our many trips to the lakes has 2 large car parks with a good selection of plants as well as outdoor furniture Has a café upstairs as well.
Go Ape Grizedale Hawkshead 9.0 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hawkshead
Do make sure to arrive in plenty of time as there is a bit of a walk from the car park, car park is chargeable so have some change, and I would definitely recommend good footwear and gloves, which you can buy there.
Please leave with extra time in hand, it's a bit of a walk from the car park if you were in a hurry like us! Fabulous kids play park and cafe at hand
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Fairfield Horseshoe Ambleside 6.1 km away
#7 of 15 Nature & Parks in Ambleside
We did the horseshoe anti clockwise, setting off from Ambleside main car park.
My partner and I set out from the recommended car park on 10hikes.com
Holehird Gardens Windermere 9.8 km away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Windermere
If you have the energy park the car at Windermere station and walk to the garden via Orrest Head for great views.
We were also impressed with the nature on offer, Buzzards overhead and Redstart in the garden.
Brockhole on Windermere Windermere 7.7 km away
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Windermere
Tree top trek is fabulous and great for all ages, park fab, cafe gorgeous, staff friendly and welcoming.
Recommend to pre-book if you want to do one of the tree top adventures or nets - this also helps you to get into the car park which tends to be full quite frequently on weekends and during the summer.
Dora's Field Rydal 5.3 km away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Rydal
Lake Windermere Windermere 10.6 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Windermere
wow place was that truly amazing you can actually explore the beauty of nature the lake was too good weather was very cold you can enjoy in your warmers food near lake is excellent highly recommend to the people w...
The Lake District National Parks biggest lake take a boat ride or a hike take a good camera and explore this magnificent landscape fantastic views of the mountains
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Grizedale Forest Hawkshead 9.2 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hawkshead
Ideal for families or the keen walker, different trails for the novice to expert, well laid out , footpaths in great condition , nature at its best.Gruffallo trail for youngsters even myself and wife enjoyed follo...
The facilities were excellent with a play park for the kids, cafe with loads of seating and a cycle shop where you could hire (or even buy) bikes from and loads of cycling gear.
Scafell Pike Mountain Seathwaite 11.3 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Seathwaite
A large natural beauty to see and enjoy.. Super magnificent views of the lake, mountains and the rocks.. Absolutely you will love this place with it charming views.. Superb.. Highly recommended for nature lovers
Very well marked path up from the expensive NT car park and it just keeps going up and up so take plenty of breathers and admire the stunning views looking back down to to wastwater and it's famous screes especial...
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Helvellyn Lake District, UK 12.2 km away
#4 of 155 Nature & Parks in Lake District
Fantastic climb on a hot bank holiday weekend, got there early to ensure a good car park space (there were lots to choose from at 8:30am) and climbed up via Striding Edge.
... and up to Brown Crag first before making your way across towards the Pile of Stones via Whiteside Bank at 863m (Ordnance Survey) Beautiful vistas of the park and on this occasion lots of snow so wrap up warm !
Brant Fell Above the Bustle Bowness-on-Windermere 11.8 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Bowness-on-Windermere
Highly recommend for a good bit of fresh air, peace and quiet away from the shore, being surrounded by nature and to get your bearings of the wonderful surroundings.
We were a little worried, not being walkers ourselves and having limited time paid for the car parks.
Rydal Hall Sculpture Path Rydal 6.0 km away
#4 of 4 Nature & Parks in Rydal
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Borrans Park Ambleside 6.3 km away
#13 of 15 Nature & Parks in Ambleside
A very pleasant park, popular with tourists and often with picnicking families.
Super little park, great for children to run around in and dogs love the many sticks!
Lakeland Pony Trek Windermere 9.9 km away
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Windermere
Lakeland pony trek is just of site from limefitt park , the staff are very attentive knowledgeable & love there job .
Really lovely hour spent up at this really friendly, well-run stables in gorgeous Limefitt Park.
High Close Estate Ambleside 6.1 km away
#15 of 15 Nature & Parks in Ambleside