Thanks to Keswick.org for the walks shown on this page.

  • Barrow Walk

    A lovely walk followed by refreshments at the Coledale Inn! Buddy, Woof!

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  • Brund Fell Walk

    Perhaps a morning stroll before lunch at Honister Slate Mine! Buddy, Woof!

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  • Castlehead

    A pleasant evening stroll before a quick pint & pizza in The Square Orange! Buddy, Woof!

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  • Cat Bells & Lakeshore

    Stunning views and an absolute must do walk for everyone visiting Keswick, followed by an amazing lunch at the equally fabulous The Chalet at Portinscale! Buddy, woof! (my favourite by the way!)

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  • Glaramara

    Bit more work to be done here but making you earn an afternoon tea at The Lodore Falls Hotel in front of the fire! Buddy, woof!

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  • Great Wood and Derwentwater Lakeshore

    Gentle walking before a lovely large glass of wine in Bar 26! Buddy, Woof!

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  • Keswick to Threlkeld Railway path

    A sheltered easy walk for a wet day finishing at The Horse and Farrier in Threlkeld! Buddy, woof!
    *Update, this walk is currently inaccessible due to the bridges sustaining storm damage during the 2015 floods.

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  • Stonethwaite Valley

    A delightful walk in a stunning valley followed by a pint in the Riverside Bar at the Scafell Hotel before jumping on the bus back to Keswick! Hey, if it's good enough for Prince Charles, it's good enough for me! Buddy, woof!

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  • The Rawnsley Trail

    An interesting walk around the town ending up on MY bench looking towards the jaws of Borrowdale! Wow! Then to the ultimate dog friendly pub - The Dog & Gun and their world famous Goulash! Buddy, Woof!

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  • Walla Crag via Castle Head & Ashness

    Fantastic views for minimum effort! Another must do for Keswick! Then a tasty meal at The Lakes bar! Buddy, Woof!

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  • Watendlath Valley

    A very picturesque walk taking in some world famous view points such as Ashness Bridge. Then back to Keswick to sit outside one of the many town centre cafes with outside seating and do a bit of people watching! Buddy, woof!

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