The powers that be have put nice brown Tourist Information signs either side of White Moss House, pointing to "White Moss Walks". It shows car parking, toilets, picnic area and disabled access. Very nice!
When you get into the car parks, the Lowther Estate (who own the area , and have now taken back management of it from the National trust), have put up maps and suggested walks.
So now it's official White Moss Walks are a top tourist attraction. Stay at White Moss House, and follow the Walk round Rydal Water, and all the other White Moss walks to your heart's content- with no parking charges!
I wonder if there is a money making opportunity here we should be thinking about? Yesterday I got a phone call from a lady who has just passed on a bus, seen the White Moss Walks sign, and wanted to know when the next walk started, and how much would it be or was it free! mmmmmmm I wonder- Peter loves walking and telling everyone about the area- maybe I'll suggest it to him!
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