Day Walks in the Lake District

£14.95
Beautifully illustrated guide with clear OS maps and well written text describing 20 circular routes between 5 and 13 miles in length in the Lake District, all of which can be walked in a day.

Stock Code: COR WL037

Approximate Packed Weight: 0.67kg

Day Walks in the Lake District

Day Walks in the Lake District
£14.95
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Beautifully illustrated guide with clear OS maps and well written text describing 20 circular routes between 5 and 13 miles in length in the Lake District, all of which can be walked in a day. Shortcuts and alternative routes extend the options available and make the most of the terrain on these circuits.

The routes are split into four geographical areas, north, east, south and west, and include walks from the main tourist bases, such as Keswick and Ambleside, as well as sought after peaks, such as Scafell Pike, Great Gable, Blencathra and Helvellyn. Also included for the adventurous are the Lake District™s best known scrambles, Striding Edge on Helvellyn and Sharp Edge on Blencathra, together with more accessible alternatives.

Routes covered are : North: Skiddaw over Ullock Pike, Carrock Fell & High Pike, Blencathra via Bannerdale Crags & Sharp Edge, Derwent Water Circuit, Dock Tarn & Watendlath, Cat Bells - High Spy - Dale Head. East: Beda Fell & Place Fell, High Street from Mardale Head, Angle Tarn & Rest Dodd, Helvellyn & Raise via Striding Edge, Dove Crag & Little Hart Crag. South: Blea Rigg & Grasmere, Loughrigg Fell, Lingmoor Fell & Side Pike, Crinkle Crags & Pike of Blisco, The Old Man of Coniston. West: Crag Hill (Eel Crag) & Causey Pike, Harter Fell & Hardknott Castle, Kirk Fell & Great Gable, Scafell Pike.

By prize winning journalist and locally based mountaineer, Steve Goodwin.

Card cover, 17.5cm x 12cm, 133 pages.

Published 2009. ISBN: 978-1-906148-12-6.

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