Felldyke is a small village with a National Park car park. The car park is a great place to start and explore Cogra Moss. From the car park walk up the path to the lane , through the kissing gate, through the field and into the forest.
The caravan Club site at Dockray Meadow is an ideal place to stay. Only 15minutes walk from the reservoir.
Permits can be bought at the caravan site at lamplugh.
The walk from Felldyke car park to the reservoir and back is a popular short walk. Longer walks around the reservoir and up onto Blakefell are more demanding and require good foot wear but none the less enjoyable.
The view from Blakefell is stunning.
The reservoir provides a home for grebe, swans and ducks. The forest is home to Red Squirrel.
From the National park car park walk up to Cogra Moss using the path that runs between the car aprk and the houses. Follow the track through the kissing gate into the field, up the field and into the forest. Along the forest road to the Dam.
, Car: From the A5086 between Cockermouth and Egremont. At Lamplugh turn east and follow the signs for Ennerdale. Drive past the two caravan sites at Dockray Meadow and park in the small car park at the north end of the little village of Felldyke.
, Public Transport: Busses run from Cockermouth and Egremont and drop off at St Michaels Church in Lamplugh. From here the forest is around 1.5km south and east along minor roads to the entrance at Felldyke.