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Miles
6.5

Staveley & Potter Tarn

L108
  • Pretty stretch of riverside walking
  • Start and finish in the village of Staveley
  • Visit two tarns nestling in the bracken and heather

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Miles
8.5

High Cup Nick

L112
  • A geography lesson for anyone
  • Well situated above pretty Dufton
  • Great views over the Eden Valley

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Miles
4

Lion & the Lamb

L011
  • A spectacular summit area
  • Views over the heart of the Lakes
  • A fine first walk for the kids

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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
6.5

Bowscale Tarn & Bannerdale Crags

L024
  • A lonely & haunting landscape
  • A perfectly formed tarn
  • Traditional Lakeland villages

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Miles
3

Cold Pike from Wrynose

L046
  • An easy climb from a high pass
  • Great views of the Langdale fells
  • Picturesque tarn

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Miles
3

Whinlatter

L057
  • Lovely walking above the trees
  • Interesting forestry section
  • Views over the Keswick area

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Miles
3

Great Crag above Rosthwaite

LO14
  • A tranquil valley in the Central Lakes
  • Visit the remote Dock Tarn
  • Panoramic views from Great Crag

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Miles
3

Footsteps of Wordsworth

L093
  • Popular walk around Rydal Water
  • An inspiration for Wordsworth
  • Pretty woodland scenery throughout

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Miles
2.5

The lake under Catbells

L035
  • Attractive wooded lakeside walk
  • Rocky outcrops and pretty inlets
  • Parts are quiet and peaceful

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