Walking Routes in and around Keswick
In this section
- Barrow walk
- Brund Fell Walk
- Cat Bells & Lakeshore
- Cockermouth Town Trail
- The Cumbria Way - Introduction
- The Cumbria Way Stage 1
- The Cumbria Way Stage 2
- The Cumbria Way Stage 3
- The Cumbria Way Stage 4
- The Cumbria Way Stage 5
- Derwentwater - walks using the Keswick launch
- Great Wood and Derwentwater Lakeshore
- Keswick to Threlkeld Railway path
- Stonethwaite Valley
- The Rawnsley Trail
- Walla Crag via Castle Head & Ashness
- Watendlath Valley
Choose your walk.....
We have provided downloads of a variety of walks. Make sure you read Safety on the Fells before partaking in any outdoor activities!
The walks to download are all tried and trusted walks - please download and enjoy.
Several fells such as Catbells and Castle Crag have been made famous by Julia Bradbury's TV Series 'Wainwright Walks'.
Walks in Whinlatter, England's only Mountain Forest
THE NATIONAL TRUST protects almost all the central Lake District fells and major valley heads, 91 farms and 24 lakes and tarns. You can download free walks, bike trails and canoe trails from:
Keswick walks with Smartwool.
Explore Keswick with Jennings
Polartec Walks around Keswick
Jennings Adventure Ale Trails - Helvellyn 4 Day
Lake District National Park Walking information
Long Distance Routes
Cumbrian Way - This 112km route passes right through Keswick and was devised by local Ramblers' Association members in the 1970's. It starts in Ulverston in the south of Cumbria and heads north through the Lake District National Park, finishing in Carlisle. Mostly a low level long distance footpath, with a few high exposed sections it has the option of including some summits. The entire route is waymarked thanks to National Park staff and volunteers. It is broken down into five sections which are 17-25km long. Stage Three finishes and Stage Four starts in Keswick giving you the opportunity to spend an extra day or so in Keswick en route. Download the routes for each stage from the right hand side of this page.
ACCESS FOR ALL
These are 42 routes across the National Park suitable for people with limited mobility. Wheelchair users, families with pushchairs, dogwalkers with less active dogs and the visually impaired can download the walk from Miles without Stiles.