- Published by
- Ordnance Survey
- Publication Date
- 10 June 2015
- Publisher's Ref
- OS Explorer Map OL4
- Paper Map
Map sheet number OL4 in the OS Explorer map series, The English Lakes: North-western area, is the ideal map for exploring the north-west area of the Lake District. This area is home to many natural and man made attractions from oval hills shaped by glaciers to stunning views over majestic lakes.
The OS Explorer map for The Lake District: North-western area is available in both the standard paper version and weatherproof 'Active' version.
With the OS Explorer OL4 map it couldnt be easier to find your way around the North West Lake District. From Wigton to Carleton, this carefully crafted map is your essential guide for exploring a stunning area of the English Lakes. Whether youre outward bound on two wheels or two feet, youll have no problem navigating your way along the lake shores, and up and down the fells.
Follow the Allerdale Ramble, the Cumbrian Coastal Way or the Cumbrian Way, stopping off to take in a collection of spectacular sites and beautiful scenery, all carefully marked and easy to find on the map. Take a trip to the open air theatre in the grounds of Mirehouse, on the edge of beautiful Bassenthwaite Lake a spot that inspired both Tennyson and Wordsworth.
Admire the views of Derwent Water from atop Catbells fells if youre more energetically inclined. And if youre looking for a challenge, standing at 3,054 ft above sea level, Skiddaw provides an easy in-road to mountain climbing, for occasional walkers looking to push their boundaries.
Whatever your outdoor interests, from climbing to kayaking, with every landmark, house, river, viewpoint, hill, right of way and pub covered, youll definitely be on the right track with the OS Explorer map of the North West Lake District to hand.
Highlights: Keswick, Derwent Water, Bassenthwaite Lake, Buttermere, Crummock Water and Ennerdale Water, Skiddaw, Pillar, Haystacks, Green Gable, Great Gable, Catbells, the Cumbrian Way, Braithwaite, Stonethwaite and Seathwaite.