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A lovely wood that forms part of the Walla Crag and Ashness Bridge walk from the National Trust Car Park in Great Wood. A steady climb all the way with no real lung bursting climbs.
Best taken at a leisurely pace and enjoy the views...More
This walk was fantastic and the walk lives up to its name. Took us about an hour to get upto the top but we are not hikers. When we did the views were breathtaking so worth the trek up. The dog loved it and was...More
You can park here and walk down to and even around Derwent Water, you can also park here and walk up and around to Walla Crag, almost directly above the carpark. Mostly quiet and easy to access, but take your boots as it can be...More
We visited Great Wood for a walk as we were short of time. The circular walk is described in some detail from the National Trust car park but it charges £4 for 2 hours; £5.50 for 4 hours; and £6.50 all day - which is...More
Moderate difficulty, best starting from Keswick at SpringsRoad so getting fantastic views across Derwentwater from quite a high point. The wood itself is then walked downhill. Relatively few people, sometimes see deer. End up in NT car park but can turn left to Sour Milk...More
We love Great wood, on a nice day. There is parking, but get there early, as on a good day it fills up fast. This has a big field with a gentle stream at the bottom, the kids will play for hours making dams and...More
We approached the wood from Ambleside road via Spring road. Pleasant walk through woods next to a river along a reasonable path which rises gradually. Lots of options when you get further up including a tour of the stone circle, the great wood itself or...More
I came to the Lake District for the first time when I was a child with my parents and we drove through the woods and I distinctly remember seeing the sun on the lake through the trees and all the tiny shadows of leaves on...More