Accessible Walks, Keswick

This is a level walk taking you through Hope Park on the edge of the town and along the lake as far as the viewpoint at Friars Crag.

This smooth surfaced trail is suitable for wheelchairs and push chairs & can be accessed by people with mobility issues.

Limited parking above Applethwaite with a Limited Mobility Path to the summit of Latrigg and the viewpoint over Keswick.

Dubwath Silver Meadows

This is a flat, accessible walk that takes you round water meadows in a nature reserve.

42 routes downloadable routes in the Lake District National Park ideal for people with limited mobility, wheelchairs, buggies. 

Whinlatter Forest

Designated Walking Trail - The trail is 1500 metres long. Some of the trail has a loose surface. The trail is sloped. The trail has seats. There is a one mile way marked trail at Revelin Moss which is suitable for most wheelchairs and buggies. The surface is gravel forest road and relatively flat, with lovely views of Grisedale Pike. The route starts from Revelin Moss car park, a quarter of a mile from the main visitor centre car park. There are other short walks starting from the Visitor Centre.

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Parks in Keswick

Both Fitz Park and Hope Park have wide level paths which are wheelchair accessible. Fitz Park has car parking on Crosthwaite Road whilst the Lakeside car park is close to Hope Park and the lake shore.

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