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Walking & Hiking In The Lake District & Cumbria.

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  • Lake Buttermere Walk

    Lake Buttermere Walk The lake of Buttermere is surrounded by the significant high fells of High Stile to the south west, Fleetwith Pike and Haystack to the south east, Robinson to the North East and Grasmore to the north west. Such walks would be considered...

  • Tarn Hows Walk

    Tarn Hows No matter where we live, we love our walks, family walks, walks with the dog or solitary walks for thinking. Yet if we could all pick a walk for all seasons that was close to where we live I think this might just be it. This is a great family...

  • Grisedale Walk

    Grisedale Walk Grisedale walk should not to be confused with Grisedale Pike which is situated I would say as in the Keswick area of the Lake District. This walk is close to the Ullswater lake area and follows the Grisedale Beck towards Sheepfold and...

  • Kings How and The Bowder Stone

    Kings How and The Bowder Stone Kings How and the Bowder Stone Walk Borrowdale This is a pretty little walk fit for a king. Kings How is not particularly strenuous or demanding but a pleasant interlude if you have a couple of hours to spare. We parked...

  • Latrigg Walk

    Latrigg Walk Keswick Latrigg Walk Latrigg is an iconic Lakeland fell- walk and one of the lowest fells in the Lake District. It’s an all year round climb, which is very popular due to its convenient location overlooking the town of Keswick. The...

  • Brougham Hall

    Brougham Hall Near Penrith Brougham Hall Brougham Hall (pronounced Broom Hall) was the historic home of the Brougham family before falling into ruins in the 1930’s. The hall is situated but a short drive from Brougham Castle and a mile south...

  • Sergeant Man

    Sergeant Man Grasmere Walk Sergeant Man Walk The most popular routes to climb Sergeant Man are either from Great Langdale via Stickle Tarn, or by a variety of routes from Grasmere village. For this particular walk to Sergeant Man I chose to ascend...

  • Long Meg Stone Circle

    Long Meg Stone Circle Long Meg and Her Daughters Stone Circle, Penrith Long Meg and Her Daughters stone circle, which is also known as Maughanby Circle, is a Bronze Age stone circle located near to Penrith in Cumbria, North West England. Long Meg is...

  • Brougham Castle

    Brougham Castle near Penrith Brougham Castle near Penrith Brougham Castle is situated some 2 miles from the market town of Penrith and is a fascinating place to visit and explore. It is also possible to determine the outline of the Roman fort on the...

  • Brough Castle

    Brough Castle Cumbria Brough Castle Cumbria Brough Castle is a ruined castle set within the Lakeland village of Brough, Cumbria. The castle consists of a large mound, upon which there is an extensive range of buildings, with a circular corner tower...

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