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Miles
4.5

Fleetwith Pike

L013
  • Superb views down Buttermere
  • Interesting slate quarries
  • A wonderfully perched summit

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Miles
7

Muncaster Fell

L069
  • A rough little fell with lovely views
  • Eskdale framed beautifully from the ridge.
  • Spring rhododendrums at their best

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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
11

Hen Comb near Crummock

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

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Miles
5.5

Skiddaw via Ullock Pike

LO62
  • An undulating ridge full of interest
  • Ever changing views of the north west
  • Skiddaw slates are exposed high

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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

Yewbarrow

L059
  • Some excellent scrambling along the ridge
  • Views in all directions are excellent
  • A picture perfect little mountain

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Miles
6

Pike O Blisco

L012
  • A craggy Lakeland Fell
  • Great views of the Langdale valley
  • A good scramble to the summit

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Miles
Hartsop

Angletarn Pikes

L076
  • Beautiful and accessible tarn
  • Craggy twin peaks
  • Interesting views throughout

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Miles
6

Glaramara in Borrowdale

LO31
  • Best views of the Borrowdale valley
  • A rugged climb typifying the terrain of the Lake District
  • The name reflects the beauty of the scene

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