Book Now Request Brochure

Whether you are interested in some family friendly strolls or looking to conquer a number of challenging peaks, walking in the Lake District has something for all abilities.

Taking a walk is great. It keeps you fit and healthy, and it gets you out into the Lakes in the most intimate way – instead of rushing past the countryside, you become a part of it. You don’t need to hurry to whip out the camera before the car flies past that perfect vantage point. You don’t need to keep driving another mile or so to find a parking spot. You’re right there – taking in the view in your own time, just as nature intended!

If you want to go for a walk in the amazing surroundings of the Lake District, Skelwith Fold reception has a number of route maps available to give you some direction on where you might like to wander.

Ullock Pike, Skiddaw

Enjoy walking in the Lake District whilst staying at Skelwith Fold

We don’t like to brag – but it isn’t hard to find stunning views close to our Lake District holiday park. It’s no secret that the national park is one of the most beautiful parts of the country, and it’s not surprising that our guests want to see as much of this scenery as possible.

There are many ways to get out and about around Skelwith and the area, but one of the best ways is simply by going on foot. Take a look at five of the best walks to enjoy near Skelwith Fold.

Walks further afield

There are of course some superb classic walks not far from the Ambleside to enjoy. Take a look at some of these sample routes from Map My Walk. They range from 1 mile to over 10 miles.

For the more adventurous, check out these Lake District mountains perfect for climbing. We’re sure some of them will catch any keen walker’s eye and help your walking plans for your next visit to Skelwith!

Walking in the Lake District.

Walking in Coppermines Valley

 

Skelwith Fold

Online Booking

Booking your stay at Skelwith fold caravan park couldn't be easier.

Request a brochure or book online now.