Recharge your batteries with the Lake District’s first EV Trail

Cumbria Tourism created the 74-mile route as part of the Low Carbon Lake District initiative with support from the European Structural Investment Fund (ESIF) and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

At the overnight locations there are all easily accessible accommodation providers who offer overnight charging. To make the ride stress-free, the driving portion of each stage is easily within range of most electric vehicles.

Divided into six small stages – all doable in one day – the trail includes some of the program’s funded electric vehicle charging stations, as well as plenty of suggested itineraries, so overnight guests can enjoy great days along the way.

Taking electric drivers through the heart of the Lake District National Park, it passes through Windermere, Ambleside, Grasmere, Keswick, Whinlatter Forest, the Honister Pass and Ullswater before ending in the bustling market town of Penrith.

Where else can you combine a visit to England’s only true mountain forest, exploring the country’s last active slate mine or a trip to Dalemain, home of the famous World Marmalade Awards? You can also follow in the footsteps of the old Keswick-Penrith railway while charging and walk the scenic route through original Victorian railway bridges and tunnels.

Learn more about the new EV trail at Also check out an interactive map of Charging stations for electric vehicles. Recharge your batteries with the Lake District’s first EV Trail

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