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  1. Puloma Bhattacharya says:

    Rydal water is a lake with gorgeous views besides the lake. Visiting such a place with natural beauty in abundance would be so rejuvenating. I would love to take the Rydal circular track walk and Rydal caves walk and explore the gardens of Rydal Hall and stroll beside its quiet streams. And definitely would love to visit the iconic residence of legendary poet William Wordsworth. No wonder living in such a surrounding turned him into a great poetic genius.

  2. Wow this is such a beautiful and cute lake and can visualize being there. Thanks for the complete feel of what to expect. Would love to do the Rydal caves Walk in a relaxed way. It appeals as you say it is not too strenuous. Would love to stay in the hotel in Rydal Homes and enjoy nature. Also visit William Wordsworth home Rydal Mount.

  3. We are very fortunate here. I certainely don’t object to national parks charging though to help look after them. We instead have a charities called the national trust, british mountaineering council that help to manage land access, conservation and other things to keep this sustainably working.

  4. Beautiful pictures! I have been to the Lake District before, but not to Rydal Water. Hiking around the lake and up to the cave sounds quite nice actually. I visited the family home of William Wordsworth and was really impressed. I will put Rydal Water on the list for a future visit!

  5. This reminds me of some hiking spots in the Philippines. The Circular Track and Rydal Cave walk reminds me of the animated movie ‘Croods’ for some reason. Perhaps it’s the picturesque view of the place that has a bit of a rugged adventure vibe.

  6. Such a beautiful place! I did not know that the national parks in England and the United Kingdom are free. That is amazing! We here in the U.S. pay quite a lot of money to get in to the parks. That of course goes to the up keeping of the park but it limits who can afford to visit places like this. I think a visit to Rydal Cave would be on our list.

  7. I have seen some pictures of Lake District and always found it to be beautiful. This is the first article I have read however to an actual Lake of the place. Rydal Water does look inviting and I would love to take a walk around it plus visit the Cave. Very nice stories of your exploration there.

  8. I am yet to travel to the Lake District. Hopefully I will make it there this summer as I’ve made a new friend who happens to live near Windermere. Rydal Water looks very picturesque, with plenty of things to do around. I would definitely like to hike around the lake, as that is one of my favourite activities in nature. I would also like to swim in the lake, on a sunny and warm day. I think it’s good that you can’t launch your own water sports equipment, this way the shores are protected better.

  9. We visited Rydal Water a few years ago and loved it! The area is so beautiful to walk and hike around, and it’s so peaceful too. We did the caves walk and it was so rewarding once we finally arrived! I really hope to visit again, we missed seeing Wordsworth’s house.

  10. That’s really some breathtaking scenery. I like the cave and the walk around the area. Visiting William Wordsworth’s home would be a pleasure. It just feels and looks like a heavenly region, so green and serene.