Lake District walking
The Lake District is an excellent area to explore on foot, the area has plenty of footpaths and clearly marked bridleways for the visitor to enjoy. The Lakes has some of the best scenery in the world to provide panoramic views while enjoying your walk, hike or stroll. The Lakes also has many forests with footpaths and routes suitable for all ages and abilities.
The Lake District offers a wide range of walks from easy strolls along river banks to difficult routes up mountains and across fells, most are easily accessible from the many villages dotted around this wonderful landscape.
Many of the walks, especially near the main villages, have been made suitable for visitors with disabilities, flat and totally accessible for ease of use so everyone can enjoy this spectacular area.
Cockshott Point is easily accessible by wheelchair or for faimilies with children in push chairs, Cockshott Point is within Bowness Bay and has easy parking facilities nearby. Blea Tarn is another walk suitable for wheel/push chairs.