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Miles
8

High Stile 3

L054
  • Rough and popular ridge
  • Views down both Buttermere & Ennerdale
  • Pleasant lakeside finish

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Miles
7

Great Carrs & Wetherlam

L091
  • An unusual horseshoe from Little Langdale
  • Dramatic cliff scenery below great Carrs
  • Explore interesting Wetherlam

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Miles
4.5

Wet Sleddale, near Shap

L156
  • Circle a lovely reservoir
  • Views over the eastern Lakes
  • Peaceful and quiet

Wet Sleddale south end

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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
7.5

Discover the Upper Esk

L089
  • Venture to the heart of Lakeland
  • Dramatic scenery in all directions
  • A classic tumbling mountain river

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Miles
5.5

Martindale & Beda Head

L101
  • Remote road end walking
  • Undulating ridge with great views
  • Look out for the herds of red deer

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Miles
4.5

Climbing Blencathra

LOO1
  • A distinct and noteworthy climb
  • Far reaching views in all directions
  • A fine scramble to the summit

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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
8

Seatoller to Keswick via Catbells

L137
  • Bus from Keswick to Seatoller
  • Explore this craggy and wooded valley
  • Options to climb Catbells & Castle Crag

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Miles
2

Tarn Hows

L019
  • A picture perfect landscape
  • Wheelchair/pushchair friendly
  • Plenty of wildlife including red squirrels

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