Inn Way to the Lake District
Do you like walking and real ale? Then let us take you on a journey along the 'Inn Way to the Lake District', a 90-mile circuit through the finest Lakeland scenery, calling at its best pubs. The walk is the creation of guide book author, Mark Reid, and beginning in Ambleside heads via Grasmere to Borrowdale, before wending its way through the dramatic mountains and valleys of western Lakeland. The return to Ambleside is via the quintessential Lakeland village of Coniston. The aptly named ‘Inn Way to the Lake District’ is designed to pass more than 40 traditional Lakeland inns. Wandering Aengus Treks have arranged an itinerary of the ‘Inn Way to the Lake District’ which allows for a stop at a pub each lunchtime and where each evening, you stay in one of Lakeland’s traditional inns or within easy walking distance of a traditional pub.