Whinlatter Forest
Whinlatter Forest

Whinlatter Forest

Most walks at Whinlatter Forest start at the visitor centre and all walkers are required to follow the forest code which includes protecting and respecting wildlife, plants and trees, taking litter home and keeping dogs under control.

The Two Gills Trail is 1.75 miles long and offers spectacular views, making it a very popular route. It crosses Black Gill and Comb Gill as they flow down the mountain. The Comb Beck Trail is 1.75 miles long and winds through glades and past streams.

Along this trail, you’ll find an ancient sheepfold and disused dam, which once provided a source of power for the mines in the mountain below.

Seat How Summit Trail is a circular walk that takes in spectacular views of Derwentwater and Bassenthwaite Lake along with the Skiddaw and Helvellyn mountain ranges. On this trail, you will climb 500 metres through forest and heather moorland.

The Words in the Woods Trail is 1.5 miles long and features waymarked posts with thoughtful poetic quotes.

Whinlatter Forest is a superb walk to enjoy with family…

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