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Miles
4

Back of Thirlmere

L 131
  • Visit hidden Harrop Tarn
  • Lakeside path along the shores of Thirlmere
  • Quiet and peaceful at any time of the year

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Miles
3.5

Gowbarrow via Aira Force

L032
  • Explore the lovely woods of Aira Force
  • Great views of Ullswater
  • A fell of great character and interest

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Miles
4.5

Lingmoor Fell, Langdale

L028
  • Great views of the Langdale valley
  • Interesting summit ridge
  • Some scrambling to be found

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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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Miles
5.5

Beatrix Potter Country

L074
  • Peaceful slice of Lakeland
  • Woods and open fell combine
  • Visit Hill Top House

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Miles
10

Askham Fell & The Lowther Valley

L153
  • From Pooley Bridge to the Lowther Valley
  • Great views over Ullswater
  • Visit Lowther Castle and Askham village

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Miles
7

Muncaster Fell

L069
  • A rough little fell with lovely views
  • Eskdale framed beautifully from the ridge.
  • Spring rhododendrums at their best

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Miles
3.5

A walk in Grizedale Forest

L084
  • Well laid out walking routes
  • Coniferous & Deciduous forestry
  • Excellent visitor centre

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Miles
6

Blea Rigg from Langdale

L130
  • A broad ridge of hidden delights
  • Views over the Langdales and Coniston Fells
  • Quiet walking surrounded by more popular fells

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Miles
5

Dock Tarn, Watendlath

L104
  • Two excellent tarns to visit
  • Typical Lakeland scenery
  • Explore pretty hamlet at Watendlath

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