The Walk

A summary of the Fair Trade Way

Day Start – Finish Miles Cumulative Total Highlights
1 Garstang to Lancaster 17 17 Garstang (World’s First Fairtrade Town and Historic market town), Wyre Aqueduct, Lancaster Canal, Conder Green, Lune Estuary, Lancaster (Maritime Museum, Dodshon Foster, Slave Trade Memorial, The FIG Tree)
2 Lancaster to Arnside 16.5 33.5 Lancaster, Lune Aqueduct, Morecambe Bay RSPB, Carnforth (Historic Railway Station), Leighton Hall, Leighton Moss RSPB, Arnside Tower, Arnside Knott (National Trust), Arnside.
3 Arnside to Kendal 13 46.5 Arnside, Kent Estuary, Dallam Towers, Milnthorpe, Heversham (St. Mary’s Well), Levens Hall and Park, Force Falls Salmon Gate, disused canal, River Kent, Kendal (Historic Town)
4 Kendal to Bowness-on-Windermere 14 60.5 Kendal (Historic Town and Quaker Meeting House), Scout Scar (Viewpoint and limestone escarpment), Staveley (Hawkshead Brewery), Dales Way, Bowness-on-Windermere (Slave grave).
5 Bowness-on-Windermere to Grasmere 15 75.5 Bowness-on-Windermere, Lake Windermere, Chain Ferry, Hill Top (Home of Beatrix Potter), Latterbarrow (Viewpoint), Loughrigg Tarn, Rydal Mount (Wordsworth’s home), The ‘Coffin Route’, Dove Cottage (Wordsworth’s home) and Grasmere (Wordsworth’s grave)
6 Grasmere to Keswick 15 91 Grasmere, Greenup Edge, Ullscarf (Viewpoint), Watendlath (National Trust), Ashness Bridge, Derwent Water, Keswick