Looking for a great trail near Keswick, Cumbria? AllTrails has 154 great hiking trails, running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Lake District National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Kirk Close Wood or Moss Rigg Wood. Ready for some activity? There are 93 moderate trails in Keswick ranging from 1.2 to 12 miles and from 219 to 3,126 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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scramble
10 days ago

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10 days ago

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13 days ago

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14 days ago

Beware when walking this hike the railway bridge/walkway is closed at Keswick to be returned to service Dec 2020. There are diversions posted so the walk is actually 2 miles longer. Still a great hike with excellent views of the Derwent water from Latrigg

Gorgeous panoramic views, a bit of a scramble on the way up. Zigzag down with a lovely lakeside walk at the end

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snow
19 days ago

9.3.20 brilliant walk with challenging but fun scrambles, until a sudden change in weather meant from dales head to the car park we were pelted with horizontal icy snow. for about 3 hours. please, if you do this walk in the winter, go well equipped with waterproofs and warm clothes. shelter was non existent. I was concerned we were going to need to call for help on multiple occasions. we eventually got back to the car after sliding down most of the final mountain side quarter on our butts because of the snow and ice making it difficult to navigate. good luck, when they say hard, they mean it. enjoy.

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23 days ago

Very steep start for around 1-1.5 mile high % incline doesn’t stop. Once you cross the 3rd gate very sharp edge and then a final scramble up to the peek. Wouldn’t advise unless you are fully prepared and equipped for all weather. But if you are prepared though tremendous walk with what could be amazing views on a clear day!

We went on a anti clockwise route for this hike taking the steepest ascent first. It's well paved and was easy to follow, even when we reached the snow line we could follow with ease. It was hard as we closed in on the first summit but after careful negotiation we made it up, then it was a reasonable flat walk to the trig point. After that we walked the ridges following the route show on the app. It was challenging but worth the views when the clouds broke and revealed the beauty of the surrounding peaks and valleys below. Well worth the efforts, easy paths to follow.

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