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Miles
7.5

Helvellyn by the Edges

L006
  • The mountain to climb - deservedly
  • Scramble over two contrasting ridges
  • Beautiful views over Ullswater

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Miles
4

Little Langdale

L052
  • Great views of the Langdale Pikes
  • The second Langdale valley
  • Discover the village of Little Langdale

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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
2.5

Hallin Fell, Ullswater

L077
  • A shaggy dog hill of character
  • Beautiful views over Ullswater
  • Network of sheep tracks to explore

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Miles
8.5

High Cup Nick

L112
  • A geography lesson for anyone
  • Well situated above pretty Dufton
  • Great views over the Eden Valley

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Miles
5

Fellbarrow over Loweswater

L148
  • Spectacular views of Buttermere
  • Two easy Wainwrights
  • Good walking mainly on grass paths

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Miles
7

Loughrigg Tarn & Rydal Water

L135
  • Loughrigg Tarn, Grasmere and Rydal Water
  • Views across central Lakeland
  • Visit quiet Lily Tarn above Ambleside

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Miles
2.5

St John’s in the Vale

L023
  • Well formed glaciated valley
  • Great views across the northern fells
  • Pretty church of St Johns

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Miles
4.5

A walk round Buttermere

L017
  • Peaceful walk round a lake
  • In the heart of dramatic scenery
  • Pretty hamlet of Buttermere

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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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