Grid Ref: NY 125215
At approximately 1 mile in length, 1/2 mile wide and 60 feet deep, it provides an excellent lake circuit for walkers.
Loweswater is unique within the Lake District, as it is the only lake that drains towards the center of Lakeland - to Crummock Water which it was once joined to. Red squirrels, whose favourite habitat is coniferous, can be found in the locality.
Traditional clinker built rowing boats are available to hire from the National Trust Watergate Farm at the south eastern end of the lake.
The lake is owned by the National Trust.
Loweswater and Crummock Water.
Aerial photos by Simon Ledingham
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