Free Walk for download. A Lake District walk exploring Grizedale Forest situated three miles south of Hawkshead. Bogle Crag Trail: Walks in grizedale – See 8 traveler reviews, 10 candid photos, and great deals for Grizedale, UK, at TripAdvisor. All reviews go ape mountain bikes walking trails car park information centre red route hired bikes all ages play area sculpture trail nice cafe great fun lovely walk .

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Would you send a friend who is visiting for the first time to this place or activity? Do you want to stick to the flat or would some hilly bits be acceptable? Day 1 – Looks ok. The walk will take an hour or more if you take a longer way down grizedlae the back.

Visit — Grizedale Sculpture

I take the meaning to be a metaphor of the human condition although other opinions may vary. Add to shortlist button. See what travelers are saying: Only real complaint the toilets are not near the car park.

After browsing grizedaale TA, I have come up with following plan: Can anyone suggest a nice walk that would be good to do with a little dog and a lazyish teen! We stuck to the walking trails and made it to one of the peaks.

A Grizedale Tarn circular – Free Lake District Walk

Is this attraction a “must-see” location? Like what you see? Grisedale is a great destination for families and caters for all ages. Don’t forget you can share your photos of your day at Grizedale Forest on our Facebook and Twitter pages! A right turning shortly after this by way of a much narrower path leads downhill to cross a trickle of a stream.


Do you have any preference for whereabouts in the Lake District you want to walk? Walks with a dog 5 Replies. Ask Iamalwayslost about Bogle Crag Trail. Turn right then cross the stream by a wooden bridge and go through the archway by the mountain wal,s hire shop.

This, I was excited to see.

If you can climb a rope ladder you should be fine! Follow the path along the beck, passing under the high wire structures of Go Waljs We visited Grizedale on a sunny autumn day and the forest was at it’s best. Details Our walking trails vary in length form 1.

Our dog had a lovely time. What’s not to like?

Lake District Walks – Grizedale

The Eagles Head at Satterthwaite. In terms of terrain, there are a few fairly steep sections along stony grizedaoe rocky paths or trails but for the most part, gradients are either level or gentle up and down. As the track rises slightly, the next landmark to look out for is a sculptured red sandstone fox set back from the path on the left. Grizedale Forest used to be a walker’s paradise – miles of marked trails where you could wander in peace and quiet, grizeda,e in the views walkd atmosphere and admire the many sculptures.

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One of the earliest to work here was the now internationally renowned sculptors Andy Goldsworthy whose construction ‘The Wall that went for a Walk’ became almost a standard by which all other work was judged.

Occasional green and white waymarkers act as a guide and cyclists may be seen on the trail. It’s lovely to do any time but it’s especially nice on a summer evening when you can watch grizedael sun setting behind the mountains. Grizedals at the visitor centre, pub at Satterthwaite.

We leave this track at the first obvious path on the left, slipping down to a gate on a clearly defined, stony path that winds down hill with a stream tinkling away to our right. Find out more about the sculptures in the forest when visiting When you visit Grizedale Forest you can find walkz more about the sculptures, the artists who made them and what inspired their creations.

My disappointment was hiking over the several trails, I saw few of the sculptures they had listed. Contact Us Use the form on the right to contact us. Nice sculpture trail that is buggy friendly, Go Ape, Biking, Walking etc.