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Miles
10.5

Bassenthwaite to Threlkeld

L029
  • Passes remote and tranquil countryside
  • Dash Falls is a beautiful waterfall
  • Use the bus service from Threlkeld or Keswick

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Miles
4

Sale Fell, nr Cockermouth

L080
  • An easy fell away from the crowds
  • An unusual and unknown valley
  • Views north to the Solway Firth

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Miles
3

Orrest Head

L048
  • Excellent views from the summit
  • Pleasant woodland walking
  • A easy fell 'to conquer'

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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
11

Hen Comb near Crummock

L152
  • Climb graceful Hen Comb
  • Return via Crummock Water
  • A walk of real contrasts

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Miles
4

Elter Water

L073
  • Lovely lake with stunning views
  • Two secluded waterfalls
  • Excellent paths by the lakes

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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
4.5

Easedale Tarn from Grasmere

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

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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
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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