Update June 2021:
Things are changing! We are migrating over to a new website!
This website will remain live until all old walks have been transferred across to the new platform and then it will continue to filter traffic to the new site (which will take some time!)

In the mean time continue to browse here or head over to: www.walkinginthewild.co.uk

Welcome to Lake Distict Walks - a website dedicated to exploring the most beautiful areas of Great Britain!

New Guidebooks now available too!

Latest Walk

New Wainwright Fellwalking Logbook Now Available!

Contains all 214 Wainwright Fells with a separate page for each fell and space to log all details of the walk. Start ticking off your Wainwrights with this Logbook!

Availabel at:
Amazon.co.uk
Walking in the Wild

Price: £5.95

The lastest hill, mountain and long distance walks...
1st October 2020
Essex Way: Part 6
9th September 2020
Swyre Head
8th September 2020
Swanage to Corfe
27th August 2020
Essex Way: Part 5
20th August 2020
Essex Way: Part 4

Welcome to LakeDistrict-Walks.co.uk

Originally dedicated to just the Lake District, this website now explores all areas of the country from the mountains of Snowdonia, the Munroes of Scotland and the Lake District fells to the rolling moorland hills of the Peak District and rugged coastline of Dorset; this website has photos and videos of them all.

As the original site was focused onu the Lake District, you will find plenty of photos (over 16,000) and information on the Lakes, Tarns, Scrambles and Historical Sites as well as the 541 Birkett Fells and most famous of them all; the 214 Wainwright Fells, with additions always being added and updated.

If you would like some information on where to walk in the Lake District or any other places that I have visited then you can contact me via Twitter @Mountain_Walks, YouTube, or you can message me on Facebook (link just below).

- Joe

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No. of Walks Total Distance (m) Total Distance (km) Total Ascent (m/ft) Highest Peak
775 4,040 Miles 6,505km 251,668m (825,672ft) 4,167m (13,671ft)

 

 

Disclaimer
Fell walking, scrambling, mountaineering and winter sports can be a potentially dangerous outdoor activity and care should be taken when on the hill. All information on this website is given in good faith. Any walks or routes undertaken are done so at your own risk. Routes taken do not always indicate a public right of way.