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Miles
8

Derwentwater via Walla Crag

L092
  • Outstanding views of the lake
  • Walla Crag has a good summit area
  • Pleasant stroll along the shoreline

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Miles
4.5

Easedale Tarn from Grasmere

L020
  • A beautifully sculptured tarn
  • Clear paths throughout
  • Easy access from Grasmere

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Miles
2.5

Loughrigg Fell

L041
  • Modest height disguises a wonderful fell
  • Beautiful views over lakes and fells
  • Always full of interest

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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
4

Back of Thirlmere

L 131
  • Visit hidden Harrop Tarn
  • Lakeside path along the shores of Thirlmere
  • Quiet and peaceful at any time of the year

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Miles
4.5

Wet Sleddale, near Shap

L156
  • Circle a lovely reservoir
  • Views over the eastern Lakes
  • Peaceful and quiet

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Miles
13.5

Coledale Round

L003
  • Graceful and steep sided
  • Views over 3 valleys and lakes
  • Dominates the Northern Lakes skyline

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Miles
10

Askham Fell & The Lowther Valley

L153
  • From Pooley Bridge to the Lowther Valley
  • Great views over Ullswater
  • Visit Lowther Castle and Askham village

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Miles
11

Great Dun Fell

L111
  • Long walk through some mining remains
  • Unusual summit area with a large radar station
  • Wide ranging views over across Cross Fell & the Pennines

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Miles
7.5

High Spy over Borrowdale

L154
  • Views over Borrowdale & Newlands
  • Riverside walking
  • Steep climb through a slate mine

Summit of High Spy

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