Esthwaite Water nestles in between Coniston
Water and Lake
Windermere in the very heart of the English Lake District. Esthwaite
Water remains a less popular part of the 16 major lakes of the Lake
District. This small body of water is 2.4 m in length, less than 0.8
m in width and is only 24.3 m deep at its deepest point. The lake
teems with fish and wildlife and the summer water lilies on the surface
of the lake provide a beautiful vista.