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Hawkshead, Blelham Tarn and Wray Castle Walk

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Hawkshead is one of the most beautiful small villages in the Lakes, an ancient township that has flourished since Norse times and belonged to Furness Abbey until the 12th Century. Much loved by Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth and home to the Beatrix Potter Gallery, the grammar school where Wordsworth was educated and also home to the fashion label which bears the village name, Hawkshead is surrounded by beautiful scenery, much of which is owned by the National Trust. 

Cars are even banned from the village centre (cars park in the large car park where the walk starts).

This pleasant, undulating walk starts in the village centre and heads across pastureland, woodland and meadow, skirting Blelham Tarn to reach the National Trust property of Wray Castle on the banks of Windermere and returning over open farmland.

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