The scenic Westmorland Way is a 95 mile walk through the old county of that name, which now forms the south eastern part of Cumbria.
The route starts in Appleby, the county town of Westmorland, the perfect starting point in the shadow of the Pennine Chain. It then travels west and generally southwards, winding its way through some of the finest Lake District scenery, passing Ullswater, Grasmere and Windermere, before visiting the market town of Kendal. From there it follows the canal and tracks through woodlands and meadows to Westmorland’s only port, Arnside, on the shores of Morecambe Bay.
We have a total of four holidays. Three cover the whole route, taking from 7 to 9 days, depending on how far you want to walk each day and how much time you have to look around. The fourth holiday is a Highlights walk, covering the most dramatic section through the Lake District, from Pooley Bridge to Ambleside.
Appleby to Arnside 95 miles/153 km
We offer 3 holidays along the full length of the Westmorland Way - the longer the holiday, the shorter you have to walk each day.
|Code||Length||Average per day||Price range|
|WW8||7 days walking (8 nights)||14 miles/23 km||£604 - £772||Full Info Book|
|WW9||8 days walking (9 nights)||12 miles/19 km||£660 - £852||Full Info Book|
|WW10||9 days walking (10 nights)||11 miles/18 km||£732 - £948||Full Info Book|
Best of the Westmorland Way - Pooley Bridge to Ambleside
Pooley Bridge to Ambleside 30 miles/47 km
The most dramatic and interesting section of the Westmorland Way for those with limited holiday time.