Top 10 Walks: Lake District: Walks to Viewpoints



When it comes to hill walking, walks with views are much more fun than those without. These walks will also take keen photographers to come of the best places in Cumbria for taking those stunning images.

Viewpoints are the walkers reward: the potential grandeur of the vista or panorama from just over the next incline or the atop the next crag is the incentive that draws on weary legs to summits.

With lakes, rivers, forests, woodland, rolling countryside and craggy fells all crammed into such a compact geographical area, it’s no surprise that the Lake District is full of such stunning visual rewards, with unique and beautiful views around every corner.



One of twelve books in the new Top 10 Walks: Lake District series.

This attractive and cleverly structured guidebook gives walkers the ten best walks to the Lake District’s best views and most amazing panoramas in a popular pocketable format.

With clear information, an overview and introduction for each walk, expertly written numbered directions, Ordnance Survey maps, superb, eye-grabbing panoramic photographs, and interpretation of points of interest along the way, these guides set a new standard in clarity, appeal and ease-of-use.


The Lake District National Park: an introduction

Top Ten Walks: Walks to viewpoints: a photo mosaic

  1. Gummer’s How walk
  2. Carron Crag walk
  3. Orrest Head walk
  4. Wastwater walk
  5. Rannerdale Knotts walk
  6. Low Fell walk
  7. Hallin Fell walk
  8. Walla Crag walk
  9. Latrigg walk
  10. Mell Fell walk

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What they say …

“There’s little to fault in this winning formula – clear maps and instructions, concise and well laid out with the reader very much in mind. These are great value for money.”

— Outdoors Writers and Photographers Guild, Awards for Excellence 2013


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