Inn Way – Lake District
‘The Inn Way... to the English Lake District’ takes the reader on a 90-mile circular journey through the most beautiful corners of the Lake District calling at 44 traditional Lakeland inns along the way. From Ambleside, the route heads west over the Borrowdale fells then turns south through the mountains and valleys of western Lakeland, perhaps the most dramatic, inspiring and remote landscape in England – the finale is the summit of Swirl How on the last day.
|day 1||Ambleside||Rosthwaite||13m, 21km|
|day 2||Rosthwaite||Braithwaite||12m, 19km|
|day 3||Braithwaite||Buttermere||11m, 18km|
|day 4||Buttermere||Boot||12m, 19km|
|day 5||Boot||Broughton-in-Furness||14m, 22km|
|day 6||Broughton-in-Furness||Coniston||13m, 21km|
|day 7||Coniston||Ambleside||15m, 24km|
Route information, maps, distances and itineraries are for general information only and should not be relied on for navigation.