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7

Muncaster Fell

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

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Miles
6

Whitbarrow, South Lakes

  • A perfect limestone outcrop
  • An almost Mediterranean feel to the ridge
  • Rich woodland on the lower slopes

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Miles
12

Kentmere Horseshoe

  • An extended high level route
  • Easy walking throughout
  • Splendid views north and west

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Miles
3.5

Robinson from Newlands Hause

  • An easy climb to an attractive peak
  • Visit the dark depths of Moss Force
  • The views south are truly inspiring in low light

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Miles
9

Wastwater Screes

  • Great views over Upper Wasdale
  • Dramatic cliffs under the pleasant ridge
  • An 'adventure' on the screes near the lake

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Miles
9.5

Buttermere to Keswick via Newlands

  • Bus from Keswick to Buttermere
  • Explore lovely Newlands valley
  • Take in the smaller fell of Ard Crags

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Miles
3

Ashgill Force on the South Tyne

  • A pretty waterfall in the woods
  • Follow the route of the South Tyne
  • Garrigil has many hidden treasures

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Miles
Hartsop

Angletarn Pikes

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

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Miles
1.5

Gummer’s How

  • Lakeland in minature
  • Views down Windermere
  • Pretty woodland on the lower slopes

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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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