Latterbarrow near High Wray is an easy walk for little legs!
The short walk to the summit gives panoramic views of the area; fantastic if you want to do a spot of photography too.
You can park in High Wray and follow the footpath which takes you out of High Wray and up to Latterbarrow, or if you'd like you can carry on up to Long Height. You can also find a car park at Hawkshead, and begin your walk from there.
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Fueled by a passion for the fells of Lakeland I moved here in 1991, and became a Volunteer with the National Trust before being lucky enough to join the Upland Ranger team eventually becoming a supervisor until 2001. I then became the Ranger Volunteers, managing the busy volunteer residential centre near Hawkshead, where I had the pleasure of working with many different groups from diverse audiences in practical conservation tasks. In 2010 I moved into my current role of Volunteer Development Manager and since March 2014 am the Countryside Manager in the South Lakes. I have a keen interest in the human & physical geography and spend a lot of time in the fells, walking, running, climbing and camping.