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Walks in Cumbria

There’s much more to walking in Cumbria than the Lake District’s famous fells. This collection of walks explores the quieter parts of Cumbria, on routes and trails every bit as spectacular as you’ll find in the county’s famous national park.

From short walks in the Eden Valley and the remote northern Pennines to an accessible stroll around Brough Castle and a bite-size section of the iconic Hadrian’s Wall path, there’s something in our Cumbria collection for every age and ability. If it’s remote mountains you want, head for the Howgill Fells where you can walk alongside Cautley Spout – England’s highest waterfall – and enjoy a spectacular panorama of the neighbouring Lakeland fells.

Choose your favourite Cumbria walk from the list below, then download and follow it using one of our partner apps.