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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
12

Lands over Longsleddale

L110
  • Explore this unspoilt Lake District valley
  • Good paths & easy walking throughout
  • Good views across the Kentmere Round

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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
4.5 miles

Grasmere to Ambleside via Loughrigg Fell

L143
  • Take the bus from Ambleside to Grasmere
  • Stunning views from Loughrigg Fell
  • Visit pretty Lily Tarn over Ambleside

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Miles
8

Derwentwater via Walla Crag

L092
  • Outstanding views of the lake
  • Walla Crag has a good summit area
  • Pleasant stroll along the shoreline

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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
10

Scafell Pike Classic

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

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Miles
10.5

Steeple & Haycock

L068
  • Climb/descend two cracking ridges
  • Views down Ennerdale and Pillar
  • Steeple is a dramatic summit

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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

Easedale Tarn from Grasmere

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

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