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Miles
5

Dock Tarn, Watendlath

L104
  • Two excellent tarns to visit
  • Typical Lakeland scenery
  • Explore pretty hamlet at Watendlath

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Miles
5.5

Twin Peaks of Longsleddale

L027
  • Quiet, traditional Lakes valley
  • Where Pennines geology meets Lakeland
  • Traditional mining history

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Miles
5.5

Craggy Frolics over Eskdale

L094
  • Peaceful walking above this quiet valley
  • Rocky knolls to explore & conquer
  • Beer garden at the Woolpack Inn

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Miles
6.5

Moors of Crosby Ravensworth

L 141
  • Good moorland walking above Crosby
  • Start in the village of Crosby Ravensworth
  • Historical settlements and a heros grave

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Miles
10

Haweswater in Drought

L021
  • A delightful lakeside path
  • A reservoir history lesson
  • Quiet & peaceful

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Miles
4

Threlkeld to Keswick via the Old Railway

L144
  • One Way walk along the Old Railway
  • Spectacular views over the fast flowing river
  • Look out for red squirrels in the woods

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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
2

Lands above Ambleside

L136
  • Great views of southern Lakeland
  • Short walk from Ambleside
  • Visit pretty Lily Tarn

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Miles
7.5

The Ancient Castles of Mallerstang

D064
  • Ancient ruins in the valley
  • Quiet & peaceful riverside
  • Take some time in Kirkby Stephen

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Miles
6.5

An Alston Discovery

L125
  • Explore this lovely area near the South Tyne
  • Visit the remain of a Roman fort
  • Follow the narrow gauge steam railway

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