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Miles
5

Black Combe & the Irish Sea

L030
  • Outstanding views throughout
  • Follow the splendid grassy path
  • Aloof from the nearby hills

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Miles
4

Wansfell from Troutbeck

L061
  • Interesting ridge between the 2 summits
  • Good views down Windermere
  • Troutbeck has great character

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Miles
5.5

Troutbeck Tongue

L025
  • Low level walk to a good viewpoint
  • A good viewpoint of Windermere
  • An unusual Wainwright

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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
6.5

Up Mickleden to Pike O’Stickle

L107
  • A lovely approach to the Langdale Pikes
  • Changing views of the Langdale Valley
  • Rocky, airy scrambles up Pike O'Stickle & Loft Crag

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Miles
5

Mines & Lands of Nenthead

L134
  • Walk through a landscape alive with mining
  • Visit Nent Hall, a special country house
  • Some rough moorland walking

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Miles
8

From Arnside to Silverdale

L120
  • 3 miles of pretty coastal walking
  • Visit the attractive village of Silverdale
  • Unexpected ruins of Arnside Tower

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Miles
10

Haweswater in Drought

L021
  • A delightful lakeside path
  • A reservoir history lesson
  • Quiet & peaceful

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Miles
7.5

A Circuit of Ennerdale Water

L056
  • Lovely lakeside walk
  • The full circuit is next to the lake
  • Quieter than most lakeside walks

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Miles
5.5

Twin Peaks of Longsleddale

L027
  • Quiet, traditional Lakes valley
  • Where Pennines geology meets Lakeland
  • Traditional mining history

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