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4

Wansfell from Troutbeck

  • Interesting ridge between the 2 summits
  • Good views down Windermere
  • Troutbeck has great character

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Miles
4.5

The shores of Thirlmere

  • Explore the shoreline of Thirlmere
  • Some interesting waterfalls on the slopes of Great Dodd
  • Views over St John's in the Vale

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Miles
6.5

Grasmoor from Crummock Water

  • A fine high level walk on the less popular side of the Lorton Valley
  • Includes some excellent views of the western and southern fells.
  • Enjoy the rocky ridge of Whiteside Pike

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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
4.5

Wet Sleddale, near Shap

  • Circle a lovely reservoir
  • Views over the eastern Lakes
  • Peaceful and quiet
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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
3.5

A round of Silverdale Head

  • Easy walking along beach and rock
  • Explore NT Reserve at Heald Brow
  • Silverdale has some quirky shops and good pubs

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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
2

Gait Barrows Nature Reserve

  • Trees, birds, insects and wild flowers
  • Excellent paths through the Reserve
  • Formed around Hawes Water lake

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Miles
10.5

Steeple & Haycock

  • Climb/descend two cracking ridges
  • Views down Ennerdale and Pillar
  • Steeple is a dramatic summit

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