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5

Fellbarrow over Loweswater

  • Spectacular views of Buttermere
  • Two easy Wainwrights
  • Good walking mainly on grass paths

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Miles
6

Keswick, Latrigg & the Old Railway

  • Interesting path along the River Greta
  • Superb views from Latrigg in all directions
  • Easy walking throughout on good paths

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Hartsop

Angletarn Pikes

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

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Miles
6

Mellbreak & Crummock Water

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

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Miles
5

South Tyne Trail

  • One way walk on the South Tyne Trail
  • Travel the other way on the South Tynedale Railway
  • Great views of the river and South Tyne itself

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Miles
3.5

Fells over Windermere

  • Short walk through quiet fellsides
  • Lovely hidden tarn for a picnic
  • Views over Windermere and its lake

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Miles
6

High Rigg

  • A rugged little hill of great character
  • Great views of the Lakeland giants
  • Easy walking for all ages and fitness

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L128
Miles
4.5

Wet Sleddale, near Shap

  • Circle a lovely reservoir
  • Views over the eastern Lakes
  • Peaceful and quiet
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Miles
5

The South Tyne at Garrigill

  • 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
9.5

From Nenthead to Garrigill

  • A remote and wild walk over Flinty Fell
  • Connect two fascinating industrial villages
  • Contrast with the peaceful setting of Ashgill Force

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