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Miles
3

Barf over Bassenthwaite

L103
  • Panoramic Views over Keswick and the northern fells
  • Easy walking between the 2 main summits
  • Visit the Bishop of Barf (or not!)

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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
5

Blencathra via Sharp Edge

L082
  • A good scramble up Sharp Edge
  • Visit lonely Scales Tarn
  • Views over the rolling northern fells

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Miles
3.5

A round of Silverdale Head

L118
  • Easy walking along beach and rock
  • Explore NT Reserve at Heald Brow
  • Silverdale has some quirky shops and good pubs

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Miles
9

Wastwater Screes

L072
  • Great views over Upper Wasdale
  • Dramatic cliffs under the pleasant ridge
  • An 'adventure' on the screes near the lake

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Miles
6

Whitbarrow, South Lakes

L049
  • A perfect limestone outcrop
  • An almost Mediterranean feel to the ridge
  • Rich woodland on the lower slopes

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Miles
3

Devoke Water

L099
  • Largest tarn in the Lake District
  • Wide ranging views north and west
  • Fishing for brown trout

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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
8

Haystacks

L042
  • Rugged fell of great character
  • Easy access to the summit area
  • Views across the highest fells

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Miles
5.5

A Brough Circular

D110
  • Enjoy the ruins of Brough Castle
  • Views over Mickle Fell throughout the walk
  • A mix of open fields, villages and quiet lanes

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