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Car park, Coniston
As with most other car parks in towns and villages you'll need to bring planty of pound coins to park next to the tourist information centre car park. This one isn't the biggest car park either and it does fill up rather quickly. If you don't mind a short walk however, there is a second option at Coniston Sports Club (the top red arrow)

The number of walks to choose from is 6

2nd May 2015 - Visiting the Lake District Tarns - Walk No 42
  The Coniston Tarns 12.4 mile 4900 ft
Coniston - Miners Bridge - Hole Rake Tarn - Wetherlam Tarns - Wetherlam - Black Sails - Sam Bottom - Levers Water - Boulder Valley - Low Water - Coniston Old Man - Goat's Hawse - Goat's Water - The Cove - Walna Scar Road - Blind Tarn - Walna Scar Road - Boo Tarn - Coniston
 

23rd July 2014
  A ver hot circuit of Coniston Water 14.1 mile a few hundred feet ascent
Coniston - Coniston Hall - shore path to Sunny Bank - Sunnybank Cottage - Water Yeat - Bouthery Bridge - High Nibthwaite - road along eastern side of lake - Brantwood - How Head - Coniston
 

1st April 2012
  Walking the Lakeland Passes - Walk 8 - Walna Scar Road 11.2 mile 3700 ft
Coniston - Walna Scar Road - Seathwaite Tarn - Goats Hawse - Walna Scar Road - Coniston
 

16th October 2010
  Coniston Old Man, Dow Crag and Walna Scar Road 8.8 mile 3200 ft
Coniston - Walna Scar Road - Low Water - Coniston Old Man - Brim Fell - Goat's Hawse - Dow Crag - Buck Pike - Brown Pike - Walna Scar Road - Coniston
 

25th May 2006
  Seven Coniston fells, airplane wreckage, tarns and mines. 13.9 mile 5000 ft
Coniston - Walna Scar Road - Dow Crag - Goat's Hawse - Coniston Old Man - Brim Fell - Grey Friar - Great Carrs - Swirl How - Prison Band - Wetherlam - Swirl Hawse - Levers Water - Coniston
 

18th October 2003
  A walk from Coniston to Tarn Hows. 6.9 mile 1300 ft
Coniston - Dog Kennel Folly - Back Guards Wood - Yewdale Beck - Low Yewdale - Tarn Hows Wood - Tarn Hows Cottages - Lane Head Coppice - Tom Gill - Tom Gill Waterfall - Tarn Hows - Coniston Water
 

 



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