FOUR LANES WAY ABOVE BROCKHOLE

£3.50

Rising from Brockhole Lake District Visitor Centre to the lower flanks of Wansfell’s The Hundreds this is a delightful circuit following four forgotten lanes through a rich and varied landscape.  Fine mixed woods, Middlerigg Tarn, stone barns, and open spacious views out across Windermere to the Langdale Pikes are included in the exploration of the Lanes: Wain, Robin, Skelghyll and Mirk.

Description

Rising from Brockhole Lake District Visitor Centre to the lower flanks of Wansfell’s The Hundreds this is a delightful circuit following four forgotten lanes through a rich and varied landscape.  Fine mixed woods, Middlerigg Tarn, stone barns, and open spacious views out across Windermere to the Langdale Pikes are included in the exploration of the Lanes: Wain, Robin, Skelghyll and Mirk.

 

LENGTH: 7 km.
TIME: 2.5 hours.
DIFFICULTY: Mildly difficult, mainly on stony, occasionally surfaced, lanes with 270m of ascent.
START & FINISH: Brockhole car park (390008) or Steamer/Boat  Pier.
ALTERNATIVE START: Lay-by beside Town End Road near Wain Lane (405019).
MAPS: OS L90 or OL7.
HOSTELRIES: Café and terrace teas at Brockhole. Teas at Troutbeck Post Office nearby.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “FOUR LANES WAY ABOVE BROCKHOLE”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *