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All reviews lake district honister pass lovely walk round the lake stunning views an easy walk car park fleetwith pike half way hour walk an ice cream public toilets crummock water fish inn bridge hotel walk around the pub
Our group comprised 8 people aged 14 months to 70 years old. It was easy going most of the way but the little tunnel was flooded and a bit tricky to navigate. Still a stunning walk. No toilets nearby though!
Buttermere is a fabulous lake that offers a less strenuous walk as it is nearly all level; well no big climbs anyway. It holds spectacular views and a peace and tranquility that is quite special. It is popular and you will meet a number of...More
We visited Buttermere and at first thought I'd took the wrong road as it was pretty much single track all the way, but I later found it's the same going out. It was pretty quiet when we went in October but I'd imagine it would...More
Talking to a a nice National Trust chap for whom we opened the gate, he suggested two walks. One takes 2.5hrs around the entire lake or for us tourists of limited stamina a stroll around so far before returning to the car park. It was...More
Maybe I'm biased as Buttermere lake and the surrounding countryside is my favourite place in the wonderful Lake District but is there anywhere more picturesque, more stunning or more impressive? OK, parking isn't cheap in Buttermere village but given that you can spend a full...More
I am not really sure as its a couple of years since we walked the full lake, however I do remember at that time having to climb down a steep bank to get to the lake side to commence walk back (I hear now that we should have... More
I am not really sure as its a couple of years since we walked the full lake, however I do remember at that time having to climb down a steep bank to get to the lake side to commence walk back (I hear now that we should have walked on the main road at that point)!? I would try ringing one of the local tourist bureaus for your answer.