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Grizedale Tarn Trail
(Average user rating: 4 unrated 4/5)

Trail details

Grade of Trail:

  • Moderate

Length of trail:

6 miles

Trail is currently open

Grizedale cycling map

 

Trail description

This trail meanders through the forest with lovely woodland views around Bogle Crag.  Watch out though...Bogle means ghost!FAMILY CYCLING Nr BOGLE CRAG. GRIZEDALE FOREST. LAKES FD.

Start at Bogle Crag car park and follow the black waymarkers.

 

What do other visitors say?

4 Stars 4 Stars

we also made the mistake of doing this route anti clockwise, if you park at bogle cragg car park turn out of the car park and follow the purple signs, we followed the purple signs up from the car park which meant we did the routs in ani clock wise and it has some very steep climbs at the start and my son klepy having to walk plus we lost the purple markers but somehow met up wiv them after a while. they arent clearly visible the markers so keep a close look out for them. enjoyed the ice cream at the visitors centre........didnt see any sculptures ...maybe theyu have gone now.

Dave Moncrief, 18/May/2014

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What's Here?

  • Gradient (moderate)
  • Map available from Grizedale Visitor Centre
More about what's here

Location

OS Grid ref: SD336944

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Contact

Grizedale Visitor Centre

0300 067 4495
grizedale@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk

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