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Causey Pike

This is another one of those walks that is fairly easy but for one small section - and what a section it is. A steep climb, a bit of a scramble to the top, a ridge walk and an old quarryman's path - just...

Cumbria

The North Western Fells



Coniston Old Man

Coniston Old Man is probably one of the most climbed mountains in the Lake District and this walk follows the popular tourist route to the top. However, the way down is a bit more secluded passing one of...

Cumbria

Southern Fells



The Fairfield Horseshoe

The Fairfield Horseshoe is quite rightly an absolute Lakeland Classic. It's long, it's high, it's 8 seperate Wainwright Fells all in one walk and it even goes through the grounds of William Wordsworth's house...

Cumbria

The Eastern Fells



Skiddaw Plus

At 3,054 feet Skiddaw is the fourth highest mountain in England and this walk takes in not only Skiddaw but two other fells as well. However, don't worry. You set off at nearly a third of the way up and this...

Cumbria

Northern Fells



A Wastwater Wander

Wasdale boasts England's deepest lake, Wastwater and this walk not only goes all the way around it, but gives you a spectacular aerial view down on it. Ideally try to finish this walk around dusk, as on sunny...

Cumbria

Southern Fells



Great Gable via Moses Trod

Probably the easiest way to ascend this Lake District giant by following an ancient smugglers route. A bit of a scree slope and an easy scramble bring you to one of the most jaw dropping places in Lakeland...

Cumbria

Western Fells



Catbells to High Spy

A Lake District Classic, Catbells with its distinctive profile appears in a multitude of postcards and photographs and is always prominently on the Keswick and Derwentwater skyline. This walk follows the...

Cumbria

North Western Fells



The Langdale Pikes

I know you are not supposed to have favourites but this walk is mine. It is everything hill walking is about, a stiff climb, a bit of a scramble, great views, tarns, history and an iconic skyline. If you...

Cumbria

The Central Fells



A Riggindale Round

A Strenuous walk round a remote Lake District valley with big views and the chance of seeing England's only native Golden Eagle. Although I have not graded this as the hardest 5 out of 5 rating it is rough...

Cumbria

Far Eastern Fells



Lingmoor Fell

A moderate to hard walk depending on the weather offering varied terrain and wideranging views over some of the most famous Lakeland Fells including the most spectacular view of the Langdale Pikes you will...

Cumbria

Great Langdale



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