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Miles
5

Black Combe & the Irish Sea

  • Outstanding views throughout
  • Follow the splendid grassy path
  • Aloof from the nearby hills

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Miles
3.5

Rannerdale Knotts

  • A small fell of great character amongst giants
  • Good underfoot walking
  • Views up and down the Buttermere valley

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Miles
5

Blencathra via Sharp Edge

  • A good scramble up Sharp Edge
  • Visit lonely Scales Tarn
  • Views over the rolling northern fells

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L082
Miles
6.5

Staveley & Potter Tarn

  • 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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L108
Miles
3.5

A walk in Grizedale Forest

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

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L084
Miles
7

Great Carrs & Wetherlam

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

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Miles
3

Great Crag above Rosthwaite

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

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Miles
Hartsop

Angletarn Pikes

  • Beautiful and accessible tarn
  • Craggy twin peaks
  • Interesting views throughout

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L076
Miles
10

Hayeswater & Angle Tarn

  • A quieter corner of popular Ullswater
  • Two contrasting tarns
  • Clear paths throughout

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Miles
6

Glaramara in Borrowdale

  • Best views of the Borrowdale valley
  • A rugged climb typifying the terrain of the Lake District
  • The name reflects the beauty of the scene

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