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Miles
2

Tarn Hows

L019
  • A picture perfect landscape
  • Wheelchair/pushchair friendly
  • Plenty of wildlife including red squirrels

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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
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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Miles
4.5

Easedale Tarn from Grasmere

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

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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
3.5

Temple Sowerby & the Knight’s Templar

L115
  • Short walk near Penrith
  • Pleasant riverside section
  • Some grand buildings to explore

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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
3

The Helm at Oxenholme

L151
  • A genuinely Easy Fell to climb
  • Views over Kendal and in to the Lakes
  • Delightful underfoot terrain

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Miles
5

South Tyne Trail

L121
  • One way walk on the South Tyne Trail
  • Travel the other way on the South Tynedale Railway
  • Great views of the river and South Tyne itself

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Miles
9.5

Crinkle Crags and Bowfell

L010
  • A rocky panorama around the head of Langdale
  • As much scrambling as you want
  • Views of all the Lakeland giants

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