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Friar's Crag, Keswick
How to follow this walk
- Walk the road to the lake shore and continue on the path to the Friars Crag view point.
- One at Friars Crag, continue along the lakeshore path around the bay and across a footbridge through Ings Wood until it meets the access road to Stable Hills cottage.
- Turn left up ramp and follow this roadway until it meets the Borrowdale Road.
- A footpath parallel to the Borrowdale Road leads northwards towards Keswick for 0.5 mile and then bears left down a ramp to Cockshot Wood. The path leads into the wood and back to the landing stages and National Trust Information Centre.
Walking Route Details:
Distance: 2 miles
OS Explorer sheet: OS4
Difficulty of walk: Easy
Refreshments: Available from Hope Park
Terrain details: Smooth and suitable for wheelchairs
Type of route: Circular
Starts: ...(Grid reference: 299247)
Amenities available on route: Lakeside Car Park - Key available from National Trust Information Centre