Directions For All Lake District Swims
LA22 0LZ – post code for the ferry on the West Bank – the swim is a 5 minute walk from here
Here’s the swim location
If your lucky enough to be on the west side of Windermere, make your way to the Bowness Ferry we are a few hundred metres North.
If your on holiday on Windermere jump on your bike, head for the Bowness ferry.
If you’re on the East side of Windermere, take the Bowness Ferry and if you’re walking or on your bike jump on the ferry.
If your in your car you can either drive over on the ferry or park at the east side and walk across. The walk is about 10 minutes from the ferry. There are two National Trust Car parks and a few people park on the grass but we would caution this in wet weather, and there are some stones that you need to navigate.
From the M6 – head for Bowness on Windermere.
This is how it looks today https://www.windermere-lakecruises.co.uk/bowness-webcam
Lake District – Ullswater – Park Foot Camp Site
Directions: post code. CA10 2NA
Address isPark Foot, Howtown, Pooley Bridge, Penrith CA10 2NA
Come off at the Penrith junction. The normal route is closed around the lake so you need to come then the via the B5320 it’s 7 miles to Park Foot.
A66 towards Penrith then follow the route from M6. The normal route is closed as they are repairing the road around the lake on the south side of the lake.
When you arrive at Park Foot there will be a sign that takes you towards the lake. Parking is provided close to the water. Hot Showers are available after, and in fact you can use all the facilities at the camp site for the day.