Loughrigg Fell

Nestled on the outskirts of Grasmere, Loughrigg Fell is a delight to behold with superb 360° views taking in Helm Crag, Fairfield and even Lake Windermere... #special
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Introduction

Loughrigg Fell can only be described as beautiful. As a low lying fell this Lakeland beauty finds itself nestled in the midsts of the imposing Langdale Pikes, Fairfield Horseshoe, High Raise and Silver How.

With its central isolated position Loughrigg offers the ultimate 360º views of surrounding fells with the scenery stretching as far as Lake Windermere.

Suitable for all walking abilities the route appeals to all the senses incorporating woodland paths, shoreline tracks and an incredible terrace overlooking the stunning Grasmere lake and village. Photo opportunities are plentiful with panoramic views in every direction.

One thing is for sure... once at the summit you will find it difficult to leave!

The Route

Heading out of Grasmere Village via Red Bank Road, the walk to Loughrigg Fell begins steadily. Passing the Grasmere boating hut we climb towards the woods on the banks of the picturesque lake. After a stroll through the woods we reach the Loughrigg Terrace offering spectacular views back down towards Grasmere village. From here we have two options;

Continue along the terrace and down to the shores of the lake or for the ultimate views progress further to the summit of Loughrigg Fell (highly recommended!) Once at the summit the trig point offers stunning 360° views of the Lakeland Fells including Helm Cragg, Fairfield and even Lake Windermere...

After spending plenty of time at the summit the route then takes us down to the shores of the lake for a steady stroll back to Grasmere and its abundance of craft shops, tea shops and traditional local pubs.

Booking Options

At Lakeland Walks & Talks we offer multiple packages to suit your requirements and budget.

Whether it be a Walk & Talk only or a Private One-to-One/Group Walk & Talk for just your party, we cater for all requirements.

Whatsmore if you require a tailored experience, please do not hesitate to contact Steve!

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Walk & Talk from only
£15/ per adult*

Standard Price:

£25 / per adult     £5 / per child (aged 4-16)

*If the group size exceeds 10 adults on the day then a discounted price of £15 per adult / £3 per child will apply.

The final price will be confirmed in the lead up to your walk.

For queries about pricing please visit the FAQ section.

Please note; unless paying in full a non-refundable £10 deposit per adult is required to secure your booking.

Private One-to-One or Group

Walk & Talk Experience

Please contact for price details

At Lakeland Walks & Talks we specialise in tailoring our packages especially for you.

Whether it be a dedicated one-to-one walk offering the ultimate personal experience or exclusivity for your group, we can cater for all requirements with pricing tailored to match your needs.

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Walk Details

Difficulty: Easy (Medium if continuing to the Loughrigg Fell summit)

Terrain: A suitable path lines the entire route along Loughrigg Terrace making the walk easy going underfoot. If venturing to Loughrigg Fell summit a slightly more difficult (medium) section awaits. However, do not let this put you off... the views are well worth it!

Duration: Short 2/3hrs; Long 3/4hrs

Distance: Short c4miles; Long c6miles

Talk Details

After initial introductions within the group, I will give a 20/30 minute talk outlining the following;

  • Brief introduction to myself (Collyhurst Cobbles to Lakeland Fells)
  • My passion for the Lake District and an introduction to some of the modern Lakeland Legends and Folklore Tales
  • A brief outline of the route and points of interest to look out for along the way
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Itinerary

Typical itineraries for all Walks & Talks commence as follows;

Morning Walk
  • 9am: Meet & Greet
  • 9.15-10am: Collyhurst Cobbles to Lakeland Fells
  • 10-1pm: Walk & Talk of your chosen route

Afternoon Walk
  • 2pm: Meet & Greet
  • 2.15-3pm: Collyhurst Cobbles to Lakeland Fells
  • 3-6pm: Walk & Talk of your chosen route

Equipment Required

As with all walks suitable equipment is advisable. A simple checklist includes;

  • Walking Boots
  • Suitable weather dependent clothing such as; Warm Layers, Waterproof Jacket & Trousers, Hats & Gloves
  • Food (snacks or packed lunch if you wish)
  • Plenty of Water

If you require more advice with regards to equipment, please do not hesitate to contact me

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Video Gallery

The Loughrigg Fell video gallery is coming soon...

For more pictures please visit the main Image Gallery here

For more videos please visit the main Video Gallery here

Double Up!

Feeling energetic... why not double up your Lakeland Walks & Talks experience and venture out onto two walks in one day? The second walk is HALF PRICE!
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