Go miles without stiles, in The Lake District
6th September 2021
As part of the celebrations to mark the Lake District National Park's 70th birthday, seven specially selected routes have been relaunched to really show off the variety of landscapes and environments that the Lake District has to offer.
The seven selected celebratory walks are from the Lake District Miles without Stiles accessible routes. The 49 routes are split into three categories; ‘For some’, ‘For many’, ‘For all’, meaning that users know what to expect when they are planning their walks.
It’s hoped they will encourage people to explore those lesser known, yet equally beautiful, areas of the Lake District and make new memories.
From Roman ruins to abandoned railway lines and plenty of lake shores in between, these seven spectacular routes are ideal for first time visitors to the Lake District and for those who want to try something new.
The seven special routes are:
- Monk Coniston
- Broughton Railway
- Walls Drive, Ravenglass
- Friar’s Crag
- Staveley Riverside
- Wray Castle to Loanthwaite
- Dunmallard, Pooley Bridge