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Miles
10

Newlands Round

L036
  • Extensive views in all directions
  • Good walking underfoot
  • Over looking lovely Newlands

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Miles
2

Gait Barrows Nature Reserve

L119
  • Trees, birds, insects and wild flowers
  • Excellent paths through the Reserve
  • Formed around Hawes Water lake

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Miles
9.5

Crinkle Crags and Bowfell

L010
  • A rocky panorama around the head of Langdale
  • As much scrambling as you want
  • Views of all the Lakeland giants

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Miles
3

The Helm at Oxenholme

L151
  • A genuinely Easy Fell to climb
  • Views over Kendal and in to the Lakes
  • Delightful underfoot terrain

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Miles
7

Place Fell, Ullswater

L015
  • Outstanding views of Ullswater
  • Rugged and interesting slopes
  • Easy access from Patterdale

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Miles
3

Coniston Hall on the Lake

L034
  • Good views of the marina
  • Explore 'unique' Coniston Hall
  • Easy walking on wide paths

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Miles
4

Wansfell from Troutbeck

L061
  • Interesting ridge between the 2 summits
  • Good views down Windermere
  • Troutbeck has great character

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Miles
4.5

The shores of Thirlmere

L116
  • Explore the shoreline of Thirlmere
  • Some interesting waterfalls on the slopes of Great Dodd
  • Views over St John's in the Vale

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Miles
6

Limestone Pavements over Orton

L 139
  • Walk on a special limestone pavement
  • Visit the pretty visit of Orton
  • Views of the southern Lakes

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Miles
8

Seatoller to Keswick via Catbells

L137
  • Bus from Keswick to Seatoller
  • Explore this craggy and wooded valley
  • Options to climb Catbells & Castle Crag

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