OUTDOOR WITH THE WOODALLS

LATRIGG 1203 FT

SITUATED IN THE NORTHERN FELLS WAINWRIGHT 206


LAKE DISTRICT

PARKING-Spooney Green Lane roadside parking for the longer walk or Gale road car park  CA12 4PH for the quick walk thats terrain buggy friendly.

MILES 2-4 MILES but can extend

ASCENT-150-290m APPROX

FACILITIES- NON ON ROUTE 

TERRAIN  EASY WITH WELL MAINTAINED PATHS

Our first visit  we walked the longer route as we were pretty new to the wainwrights, Ariya was 20 months old and somehow managed to walk 6 miles along various paths leading to the summit,  it felt like it took forever as she stopped at every point to pick up sticks and stones, this was her very first walk up and down herself, just the last road section back to the car she got carried.

From the roadside parking head over the bridge.

Once over  the bridge you head into the forest with a incline through the forest in the first section, the paths are easy to follow and gentle inclines from this section, as well as sign posts.

There is a nice bench near the summit to stop and admire the vie.ws.

From here its a gentle walk to the summit which doesnt have a cairn or trig point, but you see a slight hump in the grass which is the highest point

The views are fantastic from the summit.


From Gale road its a gentle ascent to summit approx 1 mile, the paths have been well maintained for wheelchair users too.

The car park can get busy as its often used for people walking the Skiddaw range.


MORE DETAILS

Longer walk 

http://www.wainwrightroutes.co.uk/latrigg_r1.htm


Easy walk

https://www.lakedistrict.gov.uk/visiting/things-to-do/walking/mileswithoutstiles/mws38