Ullswater Bridlweway Easy Walk from Patterdale
An easy walk along Ullswater from Patterdale.
|5.8 km||199 m||2 hours|
Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.
Start and Finish: Patterdale Village
The Patterdale Hotel, The White Lion Inn, Patterdale Village Store and Post Office and the Patterdale YHA all near the start of this walk.
Stagecoach 508 Bus – Penrith to Windermere and Stagecoach 208 Bus – Keswick to Patterdale (Seasonal March – October). The Ullswater Steamers are probably the best way to travel around Ullswater with steamers travelling between Pooley Bridge, Howtown, Glenridding and Aira Force.Traveline for UK Public Transport
Parking and Post Code for Sat Nav (where applicable): CA11 0NN
Pay & Display car park close to the Patterdale Hotel. Alternative free parking can be found at Brother’s Water.
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Ullswater Bridlweway Easy Walk from Patterdale Details
An easy Lake District ramble from Patterdale along part of the Ullswater Way. This section is only a few kilometres in length and takes you from Patterdale along the lakeside, past Blowick Bay and around Silver Crag. The route then returns on a slightly higher level back to Patterdale.
Those looking for a longer walk could walk the entire Ullswater Way, or perhaps only the section from Patterdale to Howtown. This section along Ullswater is only around 10km in length and you can return to the start by catching the Ullswater Steamers that travel between Pooley Bridge, Howtown, Glenridding, and Aira Force.
Ullswater Bridlweway Easy Walk from Patterdale Route
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