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Miles
5.5

Top o’ Selside

L033
  • Superb views up Coniston
  • Undulating and interesting ridge
  • Pretty lakeside beaches

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Miles
3.5

Rannerdale Knotts

L109
  • A small fell of great character amongst giants
  • Good underfoot walking
  • Views up and down the Buttermere valley

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Miles
10

Scafell Pike Classic

L008
  • Highest point in England
  • Spectacular scenery throughout
  • 2 pretty tarns enroute

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Miles
7.5

High Spy over Borrowdale

L154
  • Views over Borrowdale & Newlands
  • Riverside walking
  • Steep climb through a slate mine
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Miles
4.5

Lingmoor Fell, Langdale

L028
  • Great views of the Langdale valley
  • Interesting summit ridge
  • Some scrambling to be found

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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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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
4.5

Fells over the Duddon Valley

L081
  • Perfect Lakeland in minature
  • Fells to explore at your leisure
  • Views up the Duddon Valley

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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
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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