Difficulty
  1. Beginner – Beginner walks in the Lake District. Perfect for a little adventure to take in the views over the mountains and water.
  2. Easy – Easy walks in the Lake District. Head out on a little adventure to get great views of the surrounding mountains, lakes and the surrounding area.

  3. Moderate – Moderately difficult walks in the Lake District. Pack your bag, put on your boots and go for a walk up into the Lake District fells to get the view from the top.

  4. Difficult – Difficult walks in the Lake District. Give yourself a challenge and climb up onto the Lake District mountains. The view is better from the top.
  5. Challenging – For more experienced walkers, tackle some of the more challenging climbs in the Lake District. Walk the ridges and scramble up the screes. Earn the view at the top.
Things to see

The Lake District offers a wide range of subjects which make for great landscape photographs. Use the “Things to see” filter to fine tune what you want to see.

E.g. Mountains, Woodlands or Lakes

OS Map

Navigation is an essential part of hiking in the Lake District. I use a map and a compass to navigate as they don’t rely on batteries and they always work.

You can find locations by OS map, E.g. I have the South West Lake District OS map. Coniston Water, Blea Tarn and Wastwater are locations I could photograph

Walk

Hiking in the Lake District and bagging Wainrights are two things that seem to connect a lot of people.

If you’re wanting to bag Wainrights whilst your out walking in the Lake DIstrict fells, I have tried to link up all of the possible ones you could bag whilst you’re out walking.

Nearest Town/Village

Choosing a location to go and photograph can be difficult. A lot of the time the limiting factor is where you are staying and what is local to you.

Using the “Nearest town/village” filter, you can find locations that are relatively close to you