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Route 1 ( recommended route but not in icy conditions) Leave the M6 at J36 follow signs for Lakes/ Windermere. Take exit off the A591 onto A590 following signs For Barrow. 3 Miles beyond Newby Bridge turn right onto the A5092. At Greenodd turn right onto the A595. Follow this road past Broughton in Furness then turn right at some traffic lights, just before the river Duddon. Follow this road to Ulpha, cross the river then take the next left, sign posted for Eskdale. Follow this road across Birker Moor, to the King George IV pub. Turn right towards Boot, continue past Brook House Inn, past the Eskdale Campsite, and take the next left, you will find us down the track which is quite steep so take it slow.

 

Route 2 (easy) As above but stay on the A595 at the traffic lights. At Holmrook take a small lane to Irton, take a right turn just before Irton Hall. At a T junction turn right past the Bower House Inn to the King George IV, turn left for Boot.  Then as above.

 

Route 3 (hard not recommended in bad weather) From M6 at J36 follow signs for Ambleside. At Ambleside turn left for Skelwith Bridge 1 mile after the bridge turn right down a small road for Little Langdale take the first left then follow the road towards Wrynose pass traverse the pass and descend to Cockley Beck. Turn right and ascend Hardnott pass this drops steeply down into Eskdale. Follow the road towards Boot. You will see our sign about 1 mile after the Woolpack Inn This route goes over the steepest passes in England !

 

Route 4 From Scotland and the North East Leave the M6 at Carlisle follow signs for Cockermouth on the A595 then for Whitehaven, stay on the A595 until Gosforth then turn left through the village and second right for Eskdale, stay on this road to the King George, turn left towards Boot, continue past Brook House Inn, past the Eskdale Campsite, and take the next left, you will find us down the track it is quite steep so take it slow.
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Farm

Hens and ducks only at the moment.

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Fauna

Rise early to catch sight of the roe deer.

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Flora

A plethora of plant life

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