Martindale

Key information: Martindale

    • Exceptionally pretty walking to the east of Ullswater.
    • Ranging from a delightful circuit from Howton behind the lakeside, to easy climbs to low fells (eg Hallin Fell) with lovely lakeside views, to an attack on the High Street ridge.
    • Howton to Patterdale: take a ferry to Howton from Glenridding and walk back through lower Martindale and beside Ullswater, claimed to be Lakeland's most beautiful lakeside walk (this is of course heavily contested). 7 miles. Gets crowded at peak times.
    • See our Lake District page for further photos and general and practical information.

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  • Length: Variable
  • Maximum Altitude: 828m
  • Level of Difficulty: Variable

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