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Miles
9.5

Buttermere to Keswick via Newlands

L138
  • Bus from Keswick to Buttermere
  • Explore lovely Newlands valley
  • Take in the smaller fell of Ard Crags

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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
8

Ridges over Dovedale

L065
  • High ridge walking at its best
  • Oft ignored for more popular circuits
  • Ever changing views

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Miles
5

Crosthwaite near Kendal

L149
  • A quiet countryside walk
  • Mix of lanes & low lands
  • Views over the southern Lakes

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Miles
6.5

Staveley & Potter Tarn

L108
  • Pretty stretch of riverside walking
  • Start and finish in the village of Staveley
  • Visit two tarns nestling in the bracken and heather

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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
5.5

Top o’ Selside

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

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Miles
3

Whinlatter

L057
  • Lovely walking above the trees
  • Interesting forestry section
  • Views over the Keswick area

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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
7.5

St Sunday’s Crag

L051
  • Graceful peak overlooking Ullswater
  • Views over Striding Edge and Helvellyn
  • Visit remote Grisedale Tarn

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