Wast Water located at Wast Water, Seascale, UK

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Set in a valley surrounded by mountains, this glacial lake features nature trails & stunning views.

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Agata Weronika Chmiel

5 Google Rating

Spectacular views. Highly recommend to visit whilst in Lake District...!

5/ 5

Spectacular views. Highly recommend to visit whilst in Lake District...!

Cassandra Sim

5 Google Rating

This has got to be the prettiest lake in Lake District!

5/ 5

This has got to be the prettiest lake in Lake District!

James Harman

5 Google Rating

Lovely area where we went to dive and explore the deep wall. Surface intervals were so beautiful tha

5/ 5

Lovely area where we went to dive and explore the deep wall. Surface intervals were so beautiful that you almost didn't want to go back underwater!

Byron Bespoke

5 Google Rating

Beautiful place,no wheelchair access.

5/ 5

Beautiful place,no wheelchair access.

Chris Hughes

5 Google Rating

Really beautiful area, walked from here up Scarfell and back, tough for me as I can't say I'm very f

5/ 5

Really beautiful area, walked from here up Scarfell and back, tough for me as I can't say I'm very fit but very enjoyable.

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  • Monday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Tuesday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • wednesday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
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  • Saturday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM

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