On our annual trip to the Lake District, Tarn Hows is always a walk we do without fail. Here’s some photos from our latest summer venture…
You may or may not have heard of Tarn Hows as I certainly didn’t until Greg took me there a couple of years ago. It is part of the Lake District situated in between the villages of Coniston and Hawkshead and has plenty of walks on offer with majestic scenic views of mountains, lakes and greenery.
It took us approximately just over an hour to walk to the top mainly due to me being too snap happy. Greg hates the fact that I take too many photos but he just has to put up with it! Haha.
On a nice day (like the day we visited), it is an ideal walk for anyone ranging from the novice to the expert. As it is owned by the National Trust, they even offer disability scooters for those that can’t walk particularly far for walking round the lake. This is also ideal for those with children as you can take them on a nice flat walk that isn’t too far either.
People were sat by the lake either sunbathing, paddling or just feeding the ducks. If you are ever up in the Lake District and want to do something that doesn’t cost too much money then check out Tarn Hows. (PLEASE NOTE: National Trust car parks do cost money unless you are a member so make sure you have change with you!).
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