On day 2 of our trip to the Lake District we took a slightly more relaxed route, a lot less hillier and more lakes. First we started off by catching the ferry across Lake Winderemere from Boweness-on-Windermere.
Windermere is the Lake District's largest, we started by heading south along the quieter western bank, then across to Coniston Water.
Coniston last time I came in the other direction however. The road is a beautifully windy path between trees laden with autumnal leaves at their feet.
Now towards the end we joined up with the western bank of Windermere which turned out to be a nice gravel path with barely anyone around, a complete contrast with the eastern bank which is dominated by a busy A-road.
Finally we jumped on the ferry back home with the sun setting over the lake. Thanks for reading.