Levers Water Circular Walk
The Levers Water Circular Walk is a fantastic outdoor excursion that will take you through some varied terrain for views overlooking the Lake District. While out on the trail, you will pass by a scenic waterfall, summit rugged fells, and walk the shores of a scenic lake, making for a fun day of walking in the mountains. This walk is a great option for seasoned adventurers and casual walkers that are looking for a bit of a challenge.
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Route Description for Levers Water Circular Walk
Walking the Levers Water Circular is an awesome route that is suitable for casual walkers that are looking for a bit of a challenge with some rugged terrain and scenic views. The trail sets out from Coniston and climbs uphill to visit the rushing waters of the Coniston Waterfall before continuing onto the summit of Wetherlam. Here, you will enjoy some spectacular views of the surrounding Lake District landscape that is filled with stunning mountains and lakes. Follow the path downhill to the south to pass by the quiet shores of Levers Water before continuing down the hillside to return to the trailhead.
Getting to the Levers Water Circular Walk Trailhead
To reach the trailhead for the Levers Water Circular Walk from Skelwith Bridge, head southwest on A593 for 8.2 km and turn right. You will arrive at the trailhead in 137 m and parking can be found nearby in the village.
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