This guided Lake District photo walk takes us around the south western end of Wastwater, with a slow burner of a reveal of Englands highest and most rugged mountains, and the view that was voted as Britain’s best a few years ago.
Meeting near Nether Wasdale, we will take a farm track that then leads us though woodland before coming to a picturesque and photogenic boathouse at the bottom end of the lake. Soon after, we round a corner to confront some of the best low level mountain views in the country, as well as grandstand views of the famous Wastwater screes.
After leaving the lake shore we meander away through the tiny hamlet of Greendale, and then through picturesque fields to return back to the start. There is optional post – walk refreshment in one of Nether Wasdale’s two pubs.
Lake District photo walks are ideal for beginners looking to learn more about some of the basics of photography in a relaxed and informal environment, whilst walking amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. They are ideal for those of you who wouldn’t necessarily want to participate in a slightly more intensive photography workshop.
Digital SLRs, compact system cameras, bridge cameras or even smartphones are all welcome, however those with the ability to take some manual control over the camera’s settings are likely to get most out of the day. Also, as this is the Lake District, mobile reception for immediate Instagramming cannot be guaranteed!
The walk will begin at 9.00am, is 5 miles long, and will take approximately 3 – 4 hours.
The cost is £35 per person, and there are a maximum of six places available on each date. Current scheduled dates are March 30th and September 9th.
Click the box below to book, and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.