This is an easy family walk around Upper Tamar Lake. On your way, you can even use bird-watching facilities!
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
Park your car at Upper Tamar Lake car park.
(D/A) Go down towards the dam, cross it and turn left at the T-Junction ("Round Lake Path")
(1) Follow this well-marked path walking around the lake for almost 2,5 miles. Cross a footbridge at the end of the lake.
(2) Notice bird-watching facilities you can use on the other bank!
(3) When you reach a fork with a direction signpost, turn left "Activity and Angling Centre". Go past the Outdoor Centre (offers a range of activities!) on your right and you are back to the car park.
D/A : km 0 - alt. 156m - Upper Tamar Lake car park
1 : km 0.25 - alt. 149m - T-junction
2 : km 3.62 - alt. 150m - Bird Hide
3 : km 4.84 - alt. 152m - Fork
D/A : km 5.15 - alt. 156m - Upper Tamar Lake car park
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