Loweswater is one of the smaller lakes in the English Lake District. The village of Loweswater is situated on the banks of the Lake. The lake is not far from Cockermouth and is also easily reached from elsewhere in West Cumbria. The group of fells to the south of Loweswater is known as the Loweswater Fells and consists of Mellbreak, Gavel Fell, Blake Fell, Hen Comb and Burnbank Fell. To the north of the lake lies the Fellbarrow range. The lake is unusual in the radial drainage pattern of the Lake District in draining towards the centre of the Lake District: its outfall, Dub Beck, becomes Park Beck and runs east or south-east into the north end of Crummock Water, close to that lake’s exit. By way of the River Cocker and River Derwent, Loweswater’s contents eventually reach the sea at Workington.