The Ullswater Way

The Ullswater Way

The Ullswater Way is a 20-mile walking route around Ullswater. The route can be walked in either direction and from any starting point. Why not walk the route in shorter sections, using an open top bus or steamer to start your journey!

 

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 Ullswater Way Dalemain Loop – New for 2018!

Following the fantastic success of the Ullswater Way, an additional 5 mile circular loop has been developed to enable people to link from the Ullswater way to Dalemain Mansion with its Garden and Tea Rooms and Dacre village with its ancient church and traditional pub.

The Loop is well signposted and an illustrated account of the walk can also be found in the Official Guide to the Ullswater Way, available in businesses around the Ullswater Way, with £1 for every copy sold donated to the National Park to help maintain the route.

 

DOWNLOAD THE DALEMAIN LOOP MAP (PDF – 1.0MB)

 

‘I’ve walked the Ullswater Way’ Pin Badges – walk the route and look after it too!ULLSWATER WAY VISUAL V2 copy

Having walked the Ullswater Way in all its splendour and variety you can now buy an ‘I’ve walked the Ullswater Way’ pin badge to celebrate! Pin Badges are available at various businesses around the lake including: Glenridding Tourist Information Centre, Ullswater Steamers Pier House, The Brackenrigg Inn at Watermillock, Side Farm Camp Site in Patterdale, Lowther Barn at Howtown, Catstycam Outdoors and Sharmans. And whats more 50p from every pin badge sold helps the Lake District National Park to look after the route!

 

Find out more about the sections between Pooley Bridge to Aira Force, Aira Force to Glenridding, Glenridding to Howtown and Howtown to Pooley Bridge

DOWNLOAD THE VISIT ULLSWATER LEAFLET (PDF – 1.5MB)

 

The Ullswater Way Map

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