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Miles
6.5

Scafells from Wasdale

L100
  • Classic route up the Scafells
  • Choose one of 3 crossings between them
  • Excellent rocky scenery

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Miles
5

Dock Tarn, Watendlath

L104
  • Two excellent tarns to visit
  • Typical Lakeland scenery
  • Explore pretty hamlet at Watendlath

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Miles
6

Blea Rigg from Langdale

L130
  • A broad ridge of hidden delights
  • Views over the Langdales and Coniston Fells
  • Quiet walking surrounded by more popular fells

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Miles
4.5

South shores of Windermere

L096
  • Visit the pretty village of Finsthwaite
  • Short woodland sections of great character
  • Stick to the shoreline wherever possible

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Miles
3

A Walk around Grasmere

L018
  • Deservedly a popular walk
  • A beautiful beach on the southern shore
  • Explore Grasmere village

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Miles
5.5

Top o’ Selside

L033
  • Superb views up Coniston
  • Undulating and interesting ridge
  • Pretty lakeside beaches

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Miles
3.5

Fells over Windermere

L083
  • Short walk through quiet fellsides
  • Lovely hidden tarn for a picnic
  • Views over Windermere and its lake

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Miles
7.5

The Ancient Castles of Mallerstang

D064
  • Ancient ruins in the valley
  • Quiet & peaceful riverside
  • Take some time in Kirkby Stephen

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Miles
9

Scafell from the South

L055
  • The best ascent of Scafell
  • Rarely visited Burnmoor Tarn
  • Explore pretty Eskdale

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Miles
6.5

An Alston Discovery

L125
  • Explore this lovely area near the South Tyne
  • Visit the remain of a Roman fort
  • Follow the narrow gauge steam railway

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