BY BOWNESS AND COCKSHOTT POINT FROM BOWNESS BAY

£3.50

An easy exploration of the many delights of Windermere Lake making a level anticlockwise circuit around the Bow Ness peninsula and Cockshott Point below bustling Bowness Bay. This little bow shaped peninsula, or ness, protruding out into the lake towards Belle Isle, provides a lovely outing by meadow, oak woods and lakeside, before making return beside Glebe park to Bowness Bay.

LENGTH: 2km.
TIME: 30 minutes.
DIFFICULTY: Easy level going.
START & FINISH: Anywhere on Glebe Road (401967) including Braithwaite Fold Car Park.
ALTERNATIVE START: Rectory Road Car Park.
MAPS: OS L90 or OL7.     
HOSTELRIES: Many around Bownes Bay.

Description

An easy exploration of the many delights of Windermere Lake making a level anticlockwise circuit around the Bow Ness peninsula and Cockshott Point below bustling Bowness Bay. This little bow shaped peninsula, or ness, protruding out into the lake towards Belle Isle, provides a lovely outing by meadow, oak woods and lakeside, before making return beside Glebe park to Bowness Bay.

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