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Miles
5

The South Tyne at Garrigill

L124
  • A peaceful walk along the South Tyne
  • The village of Garrigill is full of charm and character
  • Reverse the walk by joining the quiet footpaths

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Miles
17.5

From Kirkstone Pass to Threlkeld

L039
  • Full Helvellyn Range
  • 18 miles of high ridges
  • 14 Wainwrights

Red Tarn and Swirral Edge

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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
5.5

Top o’ Selside

L033
  • Superb views up Coniston
  • Undulating and interesting ridge
  • Pretty lakeside beaches

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Miles
6

Whitbarrow, South Lakes

L049
  • A perfect limestone outcrop
  • An almost Mediterranean feel to the ridge
  • Rich woodland on the lower slopes

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Miles
4

Elter Water

L073
  • Lovely lake with stunning views
  • Two secluded waterfalls
  • Excellent paths by the lakes

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Miles
9.5

Coniston Old Man

L009
  • Interesting and varied circuit
  • Wide ranging views over to the Irish Sea
  • Arthur Ransome country

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Miles
2

Gait Barrows Nature Reserve

L119
  • Trees, birds, insects and wild flowers
  • Excellent paths through the Reserve
  • Formed around Hawes Water lake

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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
4

Harter Fell

L066
  • Excellent views from an unusual perspective
  • Interesting slopes capped with a fine summit
  • The Duddon Valley is the best

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