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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
5.5

Beatrix Potter Country

L074
  • Peaceful slice of Lakeland
  • Woods and open fell combine
  • Visit Hill Top House

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Miles
8

Appleby & the Eden

L114
  • Woodland, riverside and farmland combine
  • Explore the town of Appleby
  • Plenty of local inns to enjoy on the walk

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Miles
4

Stony Cove Pike from Kirkstone Pass

L043
  • Easy climb to the high fells
  • Good views down towards Ullswater
  • Cosy inn for a post walk pint

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Miles
8.5

Coniston to Ambleside via Tarn Hows

L142
  • Bus from Ambleside to Coniston
  • Easy walk with plenty to see
  • Highlights inc Tarn Hows and Loughrigg

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Miles
9

Melmerby Fell

L126
  • High moorland walking
  • Start at attractive Melmerby
  • Views over the northern Lakeland fells

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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
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
5

Blencathra via Sharp Edge

L082
  • A good scramble up Sharp Edge
  • Visit lonely Scales Tarn
  • Views over the rolling northern fells

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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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