Crummock Water in the Lake District
Welcome to the EDGE Guide to Crummock Water in Cumbria.
Crummock Water is a few feet lower than Buttermere to which it is joined by a stream. At the northern end of the lake the stream becomes the River Cocker and flows to the town of Cockermouth.
This is a quiet place. Most visitors are interested in walking the fells here abouts, there are no water sports allowed in order to preserve the tranquillity of the valley making it a thoroughly pleasant place to visit.
Spend a day relaxing on the lake shore.
Like its neighbour Buttermere, you can walk round the shore though it takes
longer Crummock Water being larger .
To the south west of the Derwent fells and under Grasmoor fell. See also Buttermere.