Manesty, Derwentwater, Lake District

Manesty, Derwentwater, Lake District

The hamlet of Manesty lies north of Grange, on the western side of Derwentwater. The National Trust owns Manesty Wood, which has pleasant walking trails, and access to further trails which stretch for several miles along the shore. Uphill of Manesty is the popular walk to the summit of Catbells.

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