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Miles
7.5

Discover the Upper Esk

L089
  • Venture to the heart of Lakeland
  • Dramatic scenery in all directions
  • A classic tumbling mountain river

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Miles
4

Latterbarrow & Hawkshead

L087
  • A worthy, if small fell with great views
  • Explore the streets and shops of Hawkshead
  • An interesting section of forestry

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Miles
3

Coniston Hall on the Lake

L034
  • Good views of the marina
  • Explore 'unique' Coniston Hall
  • Easy walking on wide paths

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Miles
9.5

Coniston Old Man

L009
  • Interesting and varied circuit
  • Wide ranging views over to the Irish Sea
  • Arthur Ransome country

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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
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
4

Lands around Loweswater

L090
  • Peaceful and tranquil afternoon stroll
  • Sticks close to the shoreline
  • Hire a rowing boat for the day

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Miles
4.5

Climbing Blencathra

LOO1
  • A distinct and noteworthy climb
  • Far reaching views in all directions
  • A fine scramble to the summit

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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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