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Miles
8

Appleby & the Eden

L114
  • Woodland, riverside and farmland combine
  • Explore the town of Appleby
  • Plenty of local inns to enjoy on the walk

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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
2.5

Heights of Kendal Fell

L085
  • Great views from the 'Heights'
  • Pretty walking in the lush woodland
  • Pleasant for locals and visitors alike

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Miles
4.5

Fleetwith Pike

L013
  • Superb views down Buttermere
  • Interesting slate quarries
  • A wonderfully perched summit

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Miles
4

Elter Water

L073
  • Lovely lake with stunning views
  • Two secluded waterfalls
  • Excellent paths by the lakes

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Miles
2

Tarn Hows

L019
  • A picture perfect landscape
  • Wheelchair/pushchair friendly
  • Plenty of wildlife including red squirrels

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Miles
5.5

Beatrix Potter Country

L074
  • Peaceful slice of Lakeland
  • Woods and open fell combine
  • Visit Hill Top House

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Miles
5.5

Martindale & Beda Head

L101
  • Remote road end walking
  • Undulating ridge with great views
  • Look out for the herds of red deer

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Miles
8

Killing Grounds of the Wild Boar

D027
  • A worthy mountain walk
  • Great views to the west and the sea
  • Add in Hell Gill on the return

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Miles
5.5

Troutbeck Tongue

L025
  • Low level walk to a good viewpoint
  • A good viewpoint of Windermere
  • An unusual Wainwright

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