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Miles
10.5

Bassenthwaite to Threlkeld

L029
  • Passes remote and tranquil countryside
  • Dash Falls is a beautiful waterfall
  • Use the bus service from Threlkeld or Keswick

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Miles
6

Great Gable from Honister

L155
  • Fine approach to Great Gable
  • High start at Honister Pass
  • Excellent views across the western and central Lakes

Buttermere from Brandreth

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Miles
3

Orrest Head

L048
  • Excellent views from the summit
  • Pleasant woodland walking
  • A easy fell 'to conquer'

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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
3.5

Flanks of Newlands

L026
  • One of the best miles in the Lakes
  • Great views over the central area
  • Take time in graceful Newlands

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Miles
6

Mellbreak & Crummock Water

L045
  • Superb views from this isolated fell
  • Pretty lakeside path
  • Traditional Lakeland inn

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Miles
6

Wansfell Pike and Windermere

L150
  • Unusual descent from Wansfell
  • 360 degree spectacular  views from summit
  • Pleasant woodland walking

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Miles
7.5

High Spy over Borrowdale

L154
  • Views over Borrowdale & Newlands
  • Riverside walking
  • Steep climb through a slate mine
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Miles
4.5

Fells over the Duddon Valley

L081
  • Perfect Lakeland in minature
  • Fells to explore at your leisure
  • Views up the Duddon Valley

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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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