Ullswater Steamers Pooley Bridge Webcam
The Pooley Bridge Webcam
The Pooley Bridge Webcam is located at the top of Ullswater, the second-largest lake in The Lake District, Cumbria. Ullswater is rightly a popular tourism location, without the hustle-bustle of places like Windermere.
It points south along the pier with a stunning view of the Lake and beyond towards The Kirkstone Pass. It is streaming in high-resolution live video 24/7, allowing viewers to see the picturesque landscape and the charming outdoors.
The Pooley Bridge Pier is a short walk from the charming village, where you will find craft shops, hotels and experience a variety of fine local pubs amongst the attractions.
Car parking is available in the village.
You will be able to see the Ullswater Steamers dock at the pier, let people and passengers off and then on, and then set off towards Howtown, Aira Force, then Glenridding at the foot of the Lake.
Along the voyage you will spot some of the finest hotels in The Lake District, including the Macdonald Leeming House and The Inn On The Lake. The stunning countryside on either shore is also not to be missed.
On the Pooley Bridge Pier there is a small snack bar and Information Centre for tourists to the area.
The ‘Steamers’ of Ullswater provide magnificent lake excursions and ferry guests across the lake to connect with well-known walking pathways. We assist individuals in enjoying and gaining access to some of the most popular treks in the Lake District, such as the Ullswater Way.
The Ullswater Way is a circular 20-mile path launched in 2016 that connects all four docks by boat and boot. It may be walked and cruised in portions from any starting point and in any direction, allowing you to experience the beautiful scenery of the lake.
Walkers may enjoy our superb onboard amenities, which include open and covered upper deck lounging spaces, lower saloons, licensed bars, and bathrooms. There are other amenities at the pier homes, such as free Wi-Fi.
The Pooley Bridge Webcam is a great alternative to obtaining information from a weather station about the local conditions.
Ullswater ‘Steamers’ has been providing tours on one of England’s most beautiful lakes, Ullswater, for over 160 years. We operate one of the world’s largest vintage boat fleets and provide guests with an amazing experience 363 days a year.
The ‘Steamers’ of Ullswater link to some of the most famous and iconic walking paths in the Lake District National Park, with vistas of Wordsworth’s daffodils on the west bank.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes it is. The Pooley Bridge Webcam is available to view 24/7, 365 days a year.
The webcam is located on the Pooley Bridge Pier, looking along the pier to the south. You can see the pier, the steamers arriving and departing, as well as Ullswater.
The webcam is operated by Ullswater Steamers.