Skip to page content
Sale - new lines added
Home » News » Bluebells a feature of Buttermere Walk

Delivery Country and Currency Selector

Please select your delivery country from the drop down below.

Please select your currency from the drop down below.

Update site with selected country and currency

We now ship to United Kingdom from £0.00

If you are not visiting from United Kingdom please select
your country from the drop down below.

Continue To GO Outdoors


Bluebells a feature of Buttermere Walk

Posted 10 May 2010
Back to News

Bluebells a feature of Buttermere Walk
Bookmark and Share
Those who like to grab a walking pole and get out in the wilds have been invited to a guided walk near Buttermere by the Lake District National Park Authority.

On May 13th, rangers will lead the Secret Valley of the Bluebells walk up Rannerdale, starting from the Fish Inn at Buttermere village at 10:30 BST.

Lasting for two hours and taking in 3.5 miles of scenery, the walk will explore the valley and its flora before returning to the village.

The authority has advised that appropriate footwear should be worn and a packed lunch brought, so walking boots may be a good idea, along with backpacking food.

Walks around Buttermere include one that circumnavigates the entire lake shore.

This path includes a tunnel cut through solid rock to enable walkers to pass through a rocky outcrop jutting out into the lake on the eastern shore.

Walkers in the vicinity can also enjoy walking along the shores of Crummock Water and Loweswater, with this being the only valley in the national park with three lakes.

Posted by Dan Mirza