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Miles
4.5

Catbells

  • Iconic fell of great character
  • Views over Derwentwater and Keswick
  • Beautifully shaped with sleek lines

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Miles
8

Cow Green Reservoir

  • A peaceful moorland walk of great variety
  • Spectacular waterfall at Caudron Snout.
  • Follows the Pennine Way along the River Tees

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Miles
2.5

St John’s in the Vale

  • Well formed glaciated valley
  • Great views across the northern fells
  • Pretty church of St Johns

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Miles
6

Styhead & Sprinkling Tarn

  • Two lovely tarns
  • Rugged mountainous terrain
  • Paths alongside mountain streams

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Miles
11

Great Dun Fell

  • Long walk through some mining remains
  • Unusual summit area with a large radar station
  • Wide ranging views over across Cross Fell & the Pennines

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Miles
3

On the slopes of Blencathra

  • Includes the best view in England
  • Explore the village of Threlkeld
  • Easy walking on good paths/lanes

Blencathra short walk Autumn 5

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L058
Miles
7.5

The Ancient Castles of Mallerstang

  • Ancient ruins in the valley
  • Quiet & peaceful riverside
  • Take some time in Kirkby Stephen

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D064
Miles
4.5

Easedale Tarn from Grasmere

  • A beautifully sculptured tarn
  • Clear paths throughout
  • Easy access from Grasmere

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L020
Miles
3

The Helm at Oxenholme

  • A genuinely Easy Fell to climb
  • Views over Kendal and in to the Lakes
  • Delightful underfoot terrain

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Miles
10

Hayeswater & Angle Tarn

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

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