The first tract of land bought in the Lake District by the National Trust in 1904.
This area was the first tract of land bought in the Lake District by the National Trust, back in 1904 to prevent a large housing development! (108 acres of pasture and woodland at the bottom of Catbells)
Brandelhow Park is a delightful mixture of woodland, grass fields and wet land providing an excellent habitat for the local wildlife.
Whilst walking on this side of the lake you may be lucky enough to see deer, red squirrels and herons.
You can get to Brandelhow Park by taking the launch to either Low Brandelhow or Hawse End.