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Lake Grasmere

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Grasmere, England
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Reviewed yesterday

we were on tour through the lakes region and were taken to the lake around it then a stop @ Grasmere nice way to spend an afternoon, especially if the weather co-operates

Thank LTRx
Reviewed yesterday

A pretty lake, you cannot get right down to the shore most of it. But at the southern end there is a beach, and also a half mile or so of path along the lake. Also at the southern end you can walk up the...More

Thank Dave993
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Beautiful.......clean and easy to walk x great surroundings had a great walk x well signposted would recommend a visit to everyone x

Thank Jane P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I visited on a very sunny, warm, May evening following a cheeky 17 mile walk up a few hills. Decided a quick 10K was in order so ran round both lakes. The coffin bit is rather close to the road but the rest is a...More

Thank brushsalesman
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I'm a middle aged 15-20 cigarettes a day smoker with a small beer belly and I was able to do this walk with relative ease. If I was able to do it, then most of you should be able to as well. Starting from the...More

Thank Adrian N
Reviewed 1 week ago

A wonderful venue for those with limited mobility. Beautiful views, good underfoot conditions for my mobility scooter and a thoroughly perfect venue, particularly when combined with neighbouring Ryder Water. A full "round" of Grasmere is not possible on a mobility scooter, however this does not...More

Thank nivram955
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was our last walk during our mini-break in the lakes and we decided to follow easy footpaths as our poor basset hound had never walked so much in her life! So we parked the car at White Moss car park and let the signs...More

Thank JessieWelsh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I walked around about half of the lake after coming over Loughrigg Fell from Ambleside. I followed a path coming off Loughrigg Terrace, then eventually along the road and into Grasmere. A beautiful lake, especially from on high looking down.

Thank lirwin13
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a cave, stepping stones to get in with deep water to one side, once in side it's very cold & the deeper you go the colder it becomes. You can hear the bird singing which are in side, water drips from the roof. A...More

Thank hot-hot-chilli
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What can you say. One of the Lake Districts beautiful lakes. It doesn't matter on the weather as the lakes all have their own beauty at anytime

Thank Nigel H
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PicnicByTheTarn
Can you take an all terrain pram on the path along Lake Grasmere? We have a Bob pram and wondered if the path is suitable for this all terrain pram?
19 February 2017|
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Response from Steve6244 | Reviewed this property |
Yes most of the path is accessible. I remember we had to cross a shallow stream on the beach bit but if you're ok with that it will be ok. There is a path through some woods which was decking type but you may need to carry... More
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jayteahagome
can you cycle around this lake? thanks.
18 May 2016|
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Response from Karen J | Reviewed this property |
The Vale Rydal circular cycle route is about 12 miles, Grassmere also suitable. Classed for mountain bikes as it does have areas of rougher terrain. The area has gates to open and allow access. Some areas are steep. And... More
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